Republican Leaders Speak Out In Support Of Senator Norm Coleman


6 Responses to “Republican Leaders Speak Out In Support Of Senator Norm Coleman”

  1. February 20, 2009 at 1:45 pm

    I didn’t catch God in the video? Hmm, I thought he was Norm’s biggest supporter. You fail to mention that whether or not Norm survives this, he is likely to be back in court compliments of the FBI investigation. Norm Coleman has spent all this time and money against Al Franken and lost after a recount. At what point does he live up to his word and allow the people of Minnesota to have their second voice on the floor. Coleman’s demise reminds me of two quotes, this one from Rush ” Shut Up! Just Shut up! Until you win something, shut up!” and this one from Office Space “We’re going to have to move you down to storage room B”

  2. 2 JP
    February 20, 2009 at 7:18 pm

    “We’re going to have to move you down to storage room B…”

    Isn’t that what your previous employer just did to you?


  3. February 21, 2009 at 7:05 pm

    Ahh, yes Jp, you’re a funny guy. The joke about those of us who have been laid off in a dying capitalist environment. As I suggested before, maybe you should take this sensitivity on the road, that way of thinking might help recruit citizens to give money to Norm Coleman. We all know that 59th seat scares the hell out of Republicans, well maybe not Arlen Spector, Susan Collins, or Olympia Snowe. Wither my friend…

  4. 4 JP
    February 21, 2009 at 10:19 pm

    Deep down inside I just knew you appreciated my humor.

    A dying capitalist environment…? You are a full blown pinko, commie bastard aren’t you? 50 years ago you would have been blacklisted or even tried for treason. I guess what they say is true; good things never last. Besides you losing your job doesn’t indicate that there is any problem with capitalism; it just indicates that you personally are worthless.

    How does that feel? To have chosen something to devote your life to and to be informed by your employer that you aren’t worth having on the payroll? How does it feel to know that your family is ashamed of you? That your wife, if you have one, no longer considers you a man? That your children, if you have any, wonder why you stay home all day? That they’ll learn someday, if they haven’t already, that you are a disgrace? How does it feel to crawl on your knees to the unemployment office and beg for my scraps? You are a disgrace and it is just that you feel shame. And don’t you dare insult the citizenry of this great nation by implying that my insult is to them. It is to you, and those like you.

    Wither…? I have no intention of going anywhere.

  5. 5 Mavs
    February 22, 2009 at 3:43 pm

    Wow. Real sensitive of you, JP. You DO realize that unemployment doesn’t care whether you’re Republican, Democrat, Independent, Green, or any other party, don’t you? When we see you in the breadlines, or having to use your food stamps, or cashing your unemployment check, we’ll try REAL HARD not to point and laugh our asses off at you.

  6. 6 JP
    February 23, 2009 at 11:40 pm

    You will never see me in a breadline, or receiving food stamps, or cashing an unemployment check, or otherwise extending my hand to take something that I haven’t earned. I wouldn’t and I’ll never have the “need” to.

    “You DO realize that unemployment doesn’t care whether you’re Republican, Democrat, Independent, Green, or any other party, don’t you?”

    Wrong. Some of you slapped us in the face last November before demanding that we support your existence. Some of you use your voice to further damage this nation’s economy, this nation in general, and ultimately yourselves while still expecting others to produce for you. There is a very real difference.

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