Surrender Norm Coleman

It’s nearly March and the trial into the challenge over last year’s US Senate seat from Minnesota is a month old; legal experts give former Senator (he’s finished his term) Norm Coleman little to slim to no chance of retaining his seat, yet Coleman continues to grasp at straws.  When Franken was down by less than 200 in the recount, Coleman said if the situation were reversed, he would have conceded.  Yet, being a bald-faced liar, Coleman continues to hang in there.

From the Minneapolis Star Tribune today:

“It’s very hard, the way it’s set up right now, for him to be able to win,” said David Schultz, a Hamline University law professor specializing in elections.

“Very slim,” was how Duke University law Prof. Guy-Uriel Charles characterized Coleman’s current chances.

“Coleman is in a bubble running out of oxygen,” said Lawrence Jacobs, a University of Minnesota political science professor.

Give it up Norm.  You lost.  Time to put Senator Al Franken to work for the people of Minnesota and America.

  1 comment for “Surrender Norm Coleman

  1. RHackett
    February 23, 2009 at 9:15 am

    Funny how there are no cries of being a sore loser from conservatives like there were in 2000.

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