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Michelann Michelann 6 years
I didn't think Borat was funny, and I doubt I'll be seeing Cohen's next film either.
beavis667 beavis667 6 years
I voted for the independent. Now, as much as I dislike him, I am mildly pulling for Coleman because of all the obvious, but still unproven, election fraud. If Coleman wins, we have another fiscal liberal Republican destroying the party brand. If Franken wins, we have a no style, no substance really bad comedian who has a seat because Minnesota Democrats cheated. I really don't know what is worse. No matter who wins, we lose.
Grandpa Grandpa 6 years
OMG, I just can't believe it, I am shocked Democrats AND Republicans playing politics in Minnesota, who would of ever figured that.
janneth janneth 6 years
Yikes, Ron Paul.
janneth janneth 6 years
Yikes, Ron Paul.
janneth janneth 6 years
My corned beef is cooking right now. Come on over, Claire.
beavis667 beavis667 6 years
And now that is what Franken is saying. They've flipflopped positions based on who is in the lead. I really wish we could disqualify them both and vote on someone else.
stephley stephley 6 years
Remember when Coleman worried about what it would cost taxpayers to drag out the fight? "Nov. 5 | With fewer than 475 votes separating him and Franken, Coleman declares victory. The Associated Press called the race for Coleman, but retracted the call later in the day. Nov. 6 | Coleman urges Franken to waive his right to a mandatory recount, saying it could cost taxpayers about $86,000. Franken refuses."
stephley stephley 6 years
Remember when Coleman worried about what it would cost taxpayers to drag out the fight?"Nov. 5 | With fewer than 475 votes separating him and Franken, Coleman declares victory. The Associated Press called the race for Coleman, but retracted the call later in the day.Nov. 6 | Coleman urges Franken to waive his right to a mandatory recount, saying it could cost taxpayers about $86,000. Franken refuses."
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