Would Norm Coleman Turn Down Money from a "Bad American"

In Broadcasting, Chattering classes/punditry, economics/money, politics, stupidity, television on January 28, 2009 by Editor Z

Talking Points Memo reports that the still embattled Minnesota Senate Candidate Sen. Norm Coleman (R-MN) who is still ensnared in a legal battle with Democratic opponent Al Franken, appeared on Sean Hannity’s Fox News Show may have been channeling fellow Minnesota lawmaker Congresswoman Michelle Bachmann (R-MN), claiming he needs money from “Good Americans” to win his legal battle for the Senate seat from Minnesota.

I would love to know what his definition of a “good American is”.

“Sean, this recount is an expensive proposition. Al Franken’s got George Soros, he’s got I need just good Americans to contribute,” said Coleman (emphasis his own). “, It’s an expensive proposition. Don’t let George Soros, or the far left buy this race.”

So “bad Americans” need not apply.



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