Tuesday, April 21, 2009


Norm Coleman refuses to let reality dawn in Minnesota.

Ignoring opponents’ demands that he concede, Norm Coleman told the Minnesota Supreme Court Monday that a lower court got it all wrong when it ruled that Al Franken won the 2008 U.S. Senate election.

“The Minnesota tradition in law [is] to enfranchise people, and their decision disenfranchises many Minnesotans whose votes have been wrongly rejected,” said Coleman legal spokesman Ben Ginsberg.

Let’s just hope that when it’s all over, Mr. Coleman does not decide to retire to Florida.

Meanwhile, “Senator-elect” Al Franken is hiring a staff.