November 7th, 2008

Fredcritter gets political

237! . . . no . . . wait . . . 221! . . . 206!!

Norm Coleman  1,211,542   1,211,556   1,211,565
Al Frankin   1,211,305   1,211,335   1,211,359

I can’t even begin to tell you how very, very much I hope that when the smoke clears, the final, certified, pre-recount totals are a couple of hundred votes in Mr. Frankin’s favor. ’Cause I really want to watch Slimy Norman bouncing and flopping and spinning and foaming at the mouth and proclaiming that no, he was misquoted … he didn’t really say that. Besides, even if he really did say that he didn’t actually mean it the way it sounded. Ad nausium.

Coleman Declares Victory In MN; Recount Likely:

"Yesterday the voters spoke. We prevailed," Coleman said Wednesday at a news conference. He noted Franken could opt to waive the recount.

"It's up to him whether such a step is worth the tax dollars it will take to conduct," Coleman said, telling reporters he would "step back" if he were in Franken's position.

Updated 11/10/2008 4:24:45 PM CST