Friday, December 19, 2008

Paper projects Franken victory over Coleman

This is only a projection, but one we like. Franken is our kind of Democrat. He says what he means, means what he says and does what he says he's going to do. Coleman, on the other hand, has been a good little cover-up guy for the Bushies. I imagine that if there ever is a war crimes tribunal. there may well be a number of Congress Critters who may be found guilty of conspiracy to cover-up war crimes, as in their complete failure to to their job of oversight for the first 6 years of the Bush administration, when most of the crimes were committed, not to mention the illegal wire-tapping and other actions by this administration designed to shred the Constitution, including the Bill of Rights.

Nevertheless, from what we understand at this time, the numbers that are important are the numbers when the Minn. Sec. of State certifies the election. Let's hope that all the absentee ballots are counted, as they should be when an election is as close as this one.

That's all we want.

Count all the votes.

12/18/2008 @ 10:39 pm

Filed by RAW STORY

As of Thursday night, GOP Senator Norm Coleman officially maintains a lead over Democratic challenger Al Franken of just five votes, with 5,861 challenged ballots remaining to be counted.

The Minneapolis Star Tribune, having just wrapped it's own count of the ballots in question, is making a projection: After lengthy deliberations and plenty of nail-biting, Al Franken will become the Democrats' 59th man in the US Senate; the new junior Senator from Minnesota.

The paper predicts a final margin of just 89 votes, in Franken's favor.


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