Democrats Get what They Deserve

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  1. OldRegular

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    Gutter Mouth and Gutter Mind Al Franken.:thumbsup:
     
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    From Here

    Minnesota High Court Rules for Franken in Senate Battle

    The high court rejected a legal challenge from Republican Norm Coleman, whose options for regaining the Senate seat are dwindling.

    Tuesday, June 30, 2009

    The Minnesota Supreme Court has ordered that Democrat Al Franken be certified as the winner of the state's long-running Senate race.

    The high court rejected a legal challenge from Republican Norm Coleman, whose options for regaining the Senate seat are dwindling.

    Justices said Franken is entitled to the election certificate he needs to assume office. When Franken is sworn in, he'll give Democrats a big enough majority to overcome Republican filibusters.

    Coleman hasn't ruled out seeking federal court intervention.
     
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    "Democrats Get what They Deserve"...they got a filibuster proof majority. Is that what they deserve?
     
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    No! The democrat Senators deserve to have that Gutter mouth around every day. Hopefully the American people will learn from Franken the truth about the democrat party!

    Of course they can reject him?
     
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    Shore ain't what we deserve.

    It's sickening to know that we have a state in our nation that would knowingly, willfully elect a blasphemous pervert to a seat in our Senate.
     
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    Coleman is the poster boy for a sore loser!
     
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    I thought that was Al Gore!
     
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    What did he do differently than Gore?

    Do you oppose an accurate count of every vote?
     
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    It is not certain they elected him. Some votes were never counted.
     
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    I know we disagree sharply on the state of the Republican Party, but I have to agree with you on this one. I really wish Mr. Coleman had pulled it out, for no other reason than to stop the 60 vote majority. What a joke senator. It is similar to the idea of Jerry Springer running.
     
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    This election speaks volumes for the collective intelligence of the Minnesota electorate.
     
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    Regardless of the outcome, it is about time the people of Minnesota got their full representation in the United States Senate.
     
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    Well, there is no doubt, that if you are a Minnesotan that is a blasphemous pervert, then you are WELL-represented.
     
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    That's how it goes. Sometimes your guy wins...sometimes not. I have had senators that I felt don't represent me well, but I don't try to use the courts to overturn the election. The only constant in the world is change.
     
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    Dad-gum it...I'd like to disagree...but if Stuart Smalley was fairly elected by the...er..."intelligent" Minnesota voters, then it must stand.

    I just think it's sad to know that a guy who is blasphemous, perverted, and thinks so very little of morality can be considered a leader in our country. God help us all.
     
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    Yeah.. thank God I have Senator Byrd and Rockefellar representing me....

    Cough.. choke.. .blah!!!!
     
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    I would put Springer and Franken in the same class of people. Then throw in a few like Leahy, Schumer, and Reed and you have a mess.
     
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    Stand up and cheer!.
     
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    Or a convention?? :D :D
     
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    The collective intelligence of the Minnesota electorate was determined when they elected Jesse Ventura governor. This vote only reaffirms what we already knew.
     

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