Fear of Clowns

"Faith may be defined briefly as an illogical belief in the occurrence of the improbable."
- H. L. Mencken
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Tuesday, January 27, 2009

Norm can't count to two! 

The emails from the Coleman campaign have been pretty funny lately. Late last week, they sent one out featuring a newspaper editorial - from a North Dakota newspaper. But the opener to the most recent has been the funniest so far. For future reference once the Coleman lawsuit s forgotten history, Norm Coleman, former candidate for US Senate, is contesting the results of the election, claiming the State counted wrong in the recount of the close contest.

"[Franken's] attorneys have made it clear that they have one goal, and one goal only: To stop every valid vote from counting, and to prevent every valid vote from counting only once."

My emphasis for dramatically funny effect.

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Saturday, November 08, 2008

Republicans never want to count the votes 

Norm Coleman is a cad and so are his lawyers.

Coleman is a cad cad cad and deserves his own personal hell. And the prospects look good.

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Tuesday, November 04, 2008

Kentucky, South Carolina 

With only 1% of precincts reporting, CNN is currently projecting McCain to win South Carolina, even though Obama is 11 percentage points ahead, and well, just 1% of precincts are reporting. They're also projecting Lindsey Graham to keep his seat over his Democratic challenger Bob Conley is shown to be 4 percentage points in the lead. Whatever. Screenshot.

Perhaps a few clicks closer to my side of reality, with 34% of Kentucky precincts reporting, Democratic senatorial challenger Bruce Lunsford is within reaching distance of incumbent Mitch McConnell - if Lundsford catches up as larger precincts report - along with a Franken win in Minnesota (Franken was ahead by 12 in early exit-polling - a shattering lead compared to the recent neck to neck polling) it would get Dems to the magic 60 in the Senate, save the possibility of a Republican upset in another state.

Getting ready to go watch results come in via TV with friends and celebrate with coworkers later. I believe I've been reloading results long enough to be confident the only surprise left can be larger than expected Democratic gains.

Later, Normie, always despised your pathetic smarm!

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Monday, August 18, 2008

MN Senator would skip Minneapolis/St. Paul convention 

Heh, "Stay away".

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