Tuesday, June 30, 2009

Franken Wins

Note to Wendy Long: This is what a unanimous decision looks like.

I also want to express my near-total agreement with James Joyner:
I’ve maintained from the beginning of this fiasco that 1) the election was for all intents and purposes a tie and 2) Coleman, who was ahead when the initial counting stopped — and after the initial recount! — and saw some really weird things go against him, had every right to fight this in court but that 3) it has long been apparent that Franken was going to win and all Coleman’s tactics were achieving was denying Minnesotans their just representation in the Senate and therefore 4) he should have quit this farce some time back. It’s time to accept the inevitable and move on.

This was roughly my position too, and with Coleman agreeing to concede it seems as good a time as any to reiterate it.

Congratulations, Senator-elect Franken!


Joe said...

As far as recounts for close elections go, I almost think there's got to be a better way.

Anonymous said...

Wendy Long is nothing but a jealous cow, Supreme Court wanabe and losser with a capital L.