The Minnesota Supreme Court has ordered that Democrat Al Franken be certified as the winner of the state’s long-running Senate race.
The state’s top court rejected a legal challenge from Republican Norm Coleman, whose options for regaining the Senate seat are dwindling.
Norm Coleman, be a man and drop your ridiculous suit.
Governor Pawlenty, the ball is in your court — sign the election certificate. Your state is depending on you.
UPDATE: ThinkProgress has more on the court decision.
UPDATE: Norm Coleman is holding a news conference at 1:00 pm (PT), 4:00 pm ET). Al Franken will hold a news conference an hour later.
UPDATE: Coleman has surrendered.
CNN is reporting, in Breaking News:
Minnesota’s Supreme Court has declared Democrat Al Franken the winner of the state’s disputed U.S. Senate race.
Now it’s up to Pawlenty to certify the results.
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This is the same woman who made this statement about homosexuality in 2008: “I honestly think it’s the biggest threat our nation has, even more so than terrorism or Islam.“
Sally Kern’s, a self appointed moral guardian, drafted the “Oklahoma Citizens Morality Proclamation” in which she blames sinners – people with bad moral behavior – for the recession. Here is a sample:
“We the People of Oklahoma, Invoking the guidance of Almighty God, in order to secure and perpetuate the blessing of Liberty…
WHEREAS, we believe our economic woes are consequences of our greater national moral crisis; and
WHEREAS, this nation has become a world leader in promoting abortion, pornography, same sex marriage, sex trafficking, divorce, illegitimate births, child abuse, and many other forms of debauchery; and
WHEREAS, alarmed that the Government of the United States of America is forsaking the rich Christian heritage upon which this nation was built; and
WHEREAS, grieved that the Office of the president of these United States has refused to uphold the long held tradition of past presidents in giving recognition to our National Day of Prayer; and