Al Franken is giving GOP senators fits because he's making it look as though they don't care about victims of rape.
Democrats are using a new scare tactic to try and get Norm Coleman to drop out of the race before he has a chance to win: threatening to make his life miserable.
Those silly Republicans are finally admitting what we knew all along: They don't mind having Minnesota's Senate seat empty for now.
The senate race between the Republican incumbent and the former SNL comedian is the most expensive in the country
Sen. Norm Coleman placed a full page ad in today's Star Tribune taking a potshot at challenger Al Franken for calling the senate resolution chastising Moveon.org "ridiculous." Over a washed out photo of Franken, the ad attacks the comedian for helping to raise money for the liberal advocacy group.
Exactly how much political influence can $5 or $6 million buy, anyhow?
Sent: Fri 6/24/2005 9:51 AM To: Phil Singer Subject: KENNEDY CAN'T HIDE HIS RECORD OF JEOPARDIZING SOCIAL SECURITY KENNEDY CAN?T HIDE HIS RECORD OF JEOPARDIZING SOCIAL SECURITY What a difference a day makes! Yesterday, Mark Kennedy had the audacity to speak of the importance of protecting Social S ... More >>
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