Wednesday, May 11, 2005
Norm has an extra two years, and probably the promise of boatloads more money, to turn this around. But as the conservative tide in Minnesota is receding (not only did the Democrats nearly take back the Minnesota House last November, they've cut deals with some House Republicans to -- gasp! -- undo at least some of Tim "David Strom's cabana boy" Pawlenty's tax cuts for the rich), Coleman's asininity isn't helping him any.
(Oh, and did I mention that according to a neighbor of his who I ran into at a Mondale rally in 2002, he has a steady stream of cute blonde visitors at his Twin Cities domicile while his wife-of-record is off in Hollywood?)
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