Tuesday, June 30, 2009

Al Franken is Finally a US Senator

Norm Coleman (R-MN)has finally conceded the Senate race in Minnesota because the Minnesota Supreme Court ruled in favor of Franken. It only took eight months to determine who won the seat, the third longest vacancy for a senate seat ever. This is good news for health care and energy in the USA.

The Senate isn't in session this week so it looks like Al Franken will have to wait to be seated. Democrats own the Senate now, let's see what they do with the advantage.


Reaganite Republican said...

Are they really going to make this guy a senator?

Franken's radio show was a flop because few wanted to hear his boring anti-American drivel, but that didn't stop the DNC from putting this bozo on the ballot. And they were going to do the same for Chris Tingle Matthews until polls revealed widespread revulsion at the thought.

Then Team Obama and their MSM allies mocked mere "entertainer" Rush Limbaugh for having significant influence in the GOP. The DNC even ran TV ads to trash him... when he's never even thought about running for office, to the best of my knowledge.

So a failed entertainer's OK for Democratic Senator... but a successful conservative one isn't even allowed to have influence? -please


PCS said...

What a laughable comment coming from a obvious fan of the failed Republican party. Maybe if you folks had done a better job during the Bush years, Al Franken wouldn't have been elected Senator. You have only yourselves to blame. Besides, Al was right, Rush Limbaugh is a big fat idiot. And Reagan? Please.