Monday, February 9, 2009

Pander Alert

Norm Coleman and Al Franken are still locked in a court battle to determine who won the election and will serve as a senator for Minnesota. Coleman is taking advantage of opportunities to broadcast his message to the public.

When asked about the recount and how it is affecting him personally, Coleman said he starts every day with a prayer and that he knows “God wants me to serve.”

Hmm, if so one has to wonder why God didn't make the outcome of the election just a little easier to decide.

1 comment:

johnnyb said...

When I hear politicians cue "divine intervention" as a reason for public service, I recall the sharp ideological divide created over the past eight years by an administration that purported to be the "savior" of family values. My only religious response to Norm Coleman is a bedtime prayer: "now I lay me down to sleep, I wish to hell Norm loses his Senate seat".