Tuesday, April 07, 2009

Puttin' on the Spread

The more ballots they count, the wider the winner's lead gets:
Democrat Al Franken today extended his lead over Republican Norm Coleman in Minnesota's U.S. Senate election, after the counting of about 350 formerly rejected absentee ballots this morning.

Franken captured 198 of the ballots, while Coleman took 111. The ballots added 87 votes to Franken’s recount lead, enlarging his margin over Coleman to 312.
Seems like Former Senator Coleman needs to up his dosage of DRAGRA. Or, since that isn't quite working, he may need to switch the DELAYUS, an every day supplement that is always ready when you are:
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FIGHT, FIGHT on NORM, complete and total political impotence is a Supreme Court appeal away!!


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