Norm Coleman doesn't have a whole lot to do these days as he waits for the Minnesota Supreme Court's ruling on his appeal for the U.S. Senate seat he so desperately wants.
So now he's taking a speaking gig in St. Louis to entertain the conservatives. Coleman will be the keynote speaker at the two-day Conservative Heartland Leadership Conference, a gathering a Midwestern conservatives. The conference also features Grover Norquist, Phyllis Schlafly, former U.S. Sen. Jim Talent, and former Missouri Gov. Matt Blunt, according to the Star Tribune.
And who will introduce Coleman? Perhaps someone from our favorite family on earth... David Limbaugh, brother of talk radio's Rush Limbaugh.