Skip to comments.Surprise, Coleman Appeals Franken Ruling - Again Special
Posted on 04/20/2009 10:03:54 PM PDT by FreeAndEqual
After more than 5 months since a close election race in Minnesota, & a decision in favour of Franken in the lower courts, Coleman files an appeal to take the decision to the MN Supreme Court. Franken spokesperson says Coleman campaign in "death throes"
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How so? It seems like the bulk of the cost must be for legal fees for the court fight.
you are one hair width away from having a pervert who thinks its funny to wear diapers in public and is a leftist rat as your next senator.....
Mr. Coleman.....you keep fighting!
I hope that some disenfranchised voters sue for unequal treatment under the law or some such thing....
states can make all their own rules, but they must be applied equally, which Minn. did not do.....they allowed suspect votes while eliminating other votes more likely to be for Coleman....unequal protection....
Yep - the same third party voters who gave us Clinton.
The first problem is what the hell were Minnesota people thinking. Who in their right mind would seriously vote for Franken other than a mentally deranged extreme leftist freak.
If we stop electing and then reelecting RINOs, the Republican party will stop trying to force them on us.
If we stop screaming "RINO!" at anyone who isn't a 100% perfect conservative, unhinged far-left lunatics like Franken wouldn't have a chance.
Norm Coleman isn't as conservative as me, but anyone with an IQ over 3 can see he's not a "RINO" and is 10X more conservative than Franken is.
Coleman would fit in well with the Meghan McCain wing of the Republican party. If thats the direction you think the party should be moving, you’re part of the problem, not part of the solution.
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