Why, if he really believed that Norm Coleman should have fought against no-bid contracts, isn’t Al Franken willing to do the same now that he’s in the Senate?
It was supposed to be that nobody in the Senate could stop the Democrats, but that perspective presumed that the Democrats would be a cohesive, meaningful voting bloc ready to follow through on the Democrat Party’s promises of reform. As the problems with Carl Levin’s F-22 amendment show, that voting bloc has yet to materialize.
Al Franken screwed up the easy Senate seat in Minnesota. He wasn’t even this bad at radio.