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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 MoveOn.org. I need just good Americans to contribute,” said Coleman (emphasis his own). “ColemanForSenate.com, http://www.ColemanForSenate.com. It’s an expensive proposition. Don’t let George Soros, MoveOn.com or the far left buy this race.”

So “bad Americans” need not apply.

Digg!

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