Lessons Learned

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The Wall Street Journal seems to have gone quite apey over Al Franken’s long-delayed victory in the Minnesota senate race:

“Mr. Franken now goes to the Senate having effectively stolen an election,” theJournal concludes. “If the GOP hopes to avoid repeats, it should learn from Minnesota that modern elections don’t end when voters cast their ballots. They only end after the lawyers count them.”

I would’ve thought they learned that in 2000.

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One Response to “Lessons Learned”

  1. jazzbumpa Says:

    I don’t spend a lot of time wallowing in schaenfreude.

    But, on certain rare occasions, I will allow myself that luxury.

    Now, frex.

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