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Add a Comment12nextSee all 82 Comments by 6591Hou June 30, 2009 1:28 PM PDT Finally......Reply to this comment by rednomo June 30, 2009 3:43 PM PDT Sky Falling on Planet Wing-Nut: Mark Sanford reveals he met with his mistress 7 times and calls her his "soul mate" Franken Wins! Minnesota high court rules to end recount, Coleman concedes U.S.

Troops Finally Withdraw From Iraqi Cities, Turn Security Over to Iraqis Popcorn time: Beck calls out the dogs on GOP's "Cap and Traitors" Glenn Beck is calling out the dogs ? on Republicans Peggy Noonan: The Luckiest Thing Long Term That Could Happen to Obama is He Gets a Republican Congress (???) Rush Limbaugh Makes Psycho Talk for Suggesting Obama May Be Catalyst for Sanford's Affair (???) MSNBC Brings on Rudy Giuliani to Discuss Mark Sanford's Affair (???) Where's Newt and McCain? Fox News rewrites AP Headline, Calls New Climate Bill "Treason" so wing-nuts can understand Ah, ain't life grand? by antoniof123 June 30, 2009 1:31 PM PDT Good.....Reply to this comment by calgal4 June 30, 2009 1:33 PM PDT It's about TIME!!!!!Reply to this comment by itsjustathought June 30, 2009 1:34 PM PDT the Democrats can run rough shod over the people and have no one else to blame...IT'S ALL ON THEM AND ALL THEIR SHOW.

Couldn't be happier.

There was no way to convince people how power-hungry the Dems are with the door open just a fraction for the Republicans.


They'll over reach and over step and run like bulls through a china store...but that's what it takes for too many people to be reminded why they were on leashes for so long.Reply to this comment by slownewsday_05 June 30, 2009 1:40 PM PDT Yep - we saw how the Repubs abused and damaged the nation for the recent 6-year span they controlled the Senate, WH, and SCOTUS.

I bet the same will happen here, too.

Time for BOTH spendocratic parties to step aside.

by frankie2fing June 30, 2009 1:57 PM PDT And you base this on.....

what? GOP ran crap through the last 8 like wire tapping AMERICANS without court order, eliminating habius corpus and stealing our rights and liberties and YOU think the DEMOCRATS are the problem?!? Call Rush, you need some of his stash badly....

by slownewsday_05 June 30, 2009 2:00 PM PDT Frankie, don't go nuts.

There are plenty of people in the center such as myself who are issue-by-issue-judgers and not partisan drones.

I think both parties are problems when they aren't balanced.

You'll never hear a more-vocal critic of that idiot Bush and his administration than myself, but again, balance is necessary.

by Stop_the_crying June 30, 2009 2:11 PM PDT Yes Sir Ree, it's time to do things right!!!!!!! The party of NO is NO longer.

NA NA NA NA, NA NA NA NA, HEY HEY HEY the red states are gone!!!!!!!!!!!!! by real1413 June 30, 2009 2:16 PM PDT Too late.

Bu$h and the republithugs have already nearly bankrupted this country while trampling on the Consitution.Say, what ever became of that *363 tons* of $100 bills that Bu$h sent to Iraq anyway?........Oh.

That's right.

Nobody can account for a single penny of it........Pretty good money laundering scheme if you ask me.....Republicans (especially the RNC paid hypocrites who relentlessly post on this site)are nothing but depraved FILTH! by frankie2fing June 30, 2009 1:36 PM PDT About time you bucked toothed, beaver looking whiner...Reply to this comment by notblue June 30, 2009 2:06 PM PDT frankie, in case you didn't know the Dems have had the majority for the last two and a half years, apparently based on your post you weren't aware of that fact.

by notblue June 30, 2009 2:06 PM PDT frankie, in case you didn't know the Dems have had the majority for the last two and a half years, apparently based on your post you weren't aware of that fact.

by slownewsday_05 June 30, 2009 1:38 PM PDT I'm really surprised.

Doesn't seem the type to admit ANYthing.

He couldn've saved a lot of time earlier - he knew he lost long ago.Reply to this comment by Questionews June 30, 2009 1:42 PM PDT Having the Republican's running the House, Senate & Congress a few years ago was a total disaster.

No checks & balance at all.

Having Dems in control of all three will be just as big of a disaster.Reply to this comment by slownewsday_05 June 30, 2009 1:44 PM PDT Agreed.

Wish there were something more humorous to say about it, but you hit the nail on the head.

by culturechang June 30, 2009 1:43 PM PDT Bush hurt the GOP so badly.

The Democratic landslide would never have happened if it weren't for Bush.Reply to this comment by dennisall77 June 30, 2009 1:46 PM PDT YES! YES! YES! YES! YES! Now we can finally get some bills passed that will kick the economy into high gear and start saving the planet.

Healthcare for EVERYONE!! Goodbye, GOP (Gross Old [email protected])Reply to this comment by parrots7 June 30, 2009 1:54 PM PDT State_Repug, it's no longer Dumbya at the helm and Thanks for pointing out where all that Iraq money was borrowed from by the previous Repug Administration.

Dumb Repugs ! by bobbyduck1 June 30, 2009 1:46 PM PDT YES WE CAN! Great day for America!Reply to this comment by 4merGOPr June 30, 2009 1:52 PM PDT Coleman is politically dead.

If there is any doubt that America has decided to go a different direction then the GOP/Communist party agenda, this is it.

GOBAMA in 2012.Reply to this comment by notblue June 30, 2009 1:53 PM PDT Congress has not seen this type of filibuster proof majority in many decades, in fact only a couple of votes seperated the two houses with only simple majorities enjoyed by both sides until NOW.

What will be interesting is to see how much longer the hateful lib trolls will continue to blame just the republicans despite the FACT it has taken both sides of the isle to make policy right up until now that is.Reply to this comment by slownewsday_05 June 30, 2009 2:28 PM PDT Oh, pshaw.

What the Senate Repub didn't plow under, Bush vetoed.

Don't try to get that past anyone.

by notblue June 30, 2009 2:37 PM PDT slownewsday, why is ti you libs ignore truth and fact? Is it necessary to make sense of your imaginary world of hate and blame? Guess so! by slownewsday_05 June 30, 2009 3:22 PM PDT DemsCry/DJ - I've told you before that unless you want to prove yourself an idiot, you shouldn't address me.

Take my advice.

by slownewsday_05 June 30, 2009 3:27 PM PDT notblue - Unlike yourself, I am not a partisan hack wearing party blinders.

I am conservative on some issues, especially fiscal, and liberal on others, such as gay rights.

Why is it that everyone who disagrees with you is a "Lib"?? Just shows a low level of intellect that you must group everyone who disagrees with any point you make into one label.

Grow up.

See the wizard about a brain.


by tmittelstaed June 30, 2009 1:53 PM PDT Fine.

Once the Dems have finished creating "just as big of a disaster" then both parties will be even-steven, and we can go back to this system of checks and balances.But from this Democrats POV, the US Supreme Court is still stacked with Republicans and the federal bureaucracy is shot through and though with Republican appointees, and there are still hundreds of lower court appointments who are Republicans.By the time Obama's second term has ended, we MIGHT have parity between Republicans and Democrats in the federal bureaucracy appointments.

THEN you can start in with this checks-and-balances nonsense.Reply to this comment by ronaldr5-2009 June 30, 2009 1:54 PM PDT He will fit right in.Reply to this comment by mensarino June 30, 2009 1:55 PM PDT EXCELLENT!!!!!!Reply to this comment by mrzerato June 30, 2009 1:56 PM PDT FinallyCornyn and McConnell are going to very upset with norm for not stalling for them for another year.Reply to this comment by lovegetpeace June 30, 2009 2:02 PM PDT Now we got a Filibuster and Veto Proofed Democratic Congress.

Thank you Republican Ex-President Bush.

Bush did for the Democratic Party more than what any Democratic or groups of Democratics could have done.

Please enjoy your retirement in Texas and watch how our Nation's Interest becomes more important than our Pockets.

'Us' is more important and 'me'.

Our nation needs Sacrifice and not Selfishness from WE THE PEOPLE just like our grandparent did for us.Reply to this comment by notblue June 30, 2009 2:04 PM PDT The Dems have had the minor majority for the last two and one half years, how would you grade their performance to date? What is the approval rating of congress now? LOL! by lovegetpeace June 30, 2009 2:12 PM PDT Hey Amigo NotBlue,Thank you for admitting 'The Minor Majority'.

As you said, nothing congress could have done with that Filibuster intimidation and fear from the Purist Republicans.I want Universal Health Care to significantly bring down healthcare costs and save the solvency of Medicare and Social Security.

1 bullet will kill 3 evil monsters to our nation.How about the Nuclear option by the Majority Democrats? by notblue June 30, 2009 2:23 PM PDT lovegetpeace, love how you are always able to twist reality, but then again that is the leftwing way.

Now why not answer the question to the Democratic congress approval rating? They have been in charge two and a half years, and prior to that the repubs never had the super majority the dems now enjoy.

In fact I could make the same allegation you did and blame everything on those Dems.

But I am more acustomed to reality than the likes of you.

by lovegetpeace June 30, 2009 2:28 PM PDT Hey Amigo notblue,I have learned that by not responding to your non-sense, non-rational, non-reasoning and non-realistic comment gets me much better results in Congress and the White House.So, I will not respond Mr.

or Mrs.

Here is just my index finger oo1oo to you.

by notblue June 30, 2009 2:35 PM PDT lovegetpeace, your own words stated that the dems were at the mercy of filibuster, now that is over, you proved by your own words the repubs could not have done it alone as they were not filibuster proof either.

Why is it troll like you resort to fingers and insults when no logical rebuttle can be made? I guess that's just the leftwing way.

by lovegetpeace June 30, 2009 2:43 PM PDT Hey notblue,I will ignore you completely.

Is that better than my index finger?Funny how you Conservative folks stick to a non-sense such as my index finger and never provide any facts why I should switch to the Republican party.

by lovegetpeace June 30, 2009 2:06 PM PDT Ok, this tip is for my Social Liberal Democrat friends to use against those Purist Republicans:According to the Non-Partisan Congressional Budget Office website, the Effective Federal Income Tax Rate for the last tabulated period 2006 was 9.1%.The Effective Federal Income Tax Rate is what the Average American pays After all Deductions and Credits.If you include Social Security, Medicare, Gasoline and many other Federal Taxes, the Effective Combine Federal Tax Rate is 20.7%.

This is the lowest of all the Industrial and Developed Nations.In fact, according to the former House Majority leader Dick Anmey, R-Texas, whose conservative group FreedomWorks setup Tea Parties around the country this past April 15, 2009, said to the Washington Post that "...the tax rate right now is at a good level."We can pay down our $13 Trillions Federal Debt by just raising our Effective Tax Rate to the world's Average Tax Rate.SO, Americans are the most Lazy, Selfish and Irresponsible Taxpayers of the World.Reply to this comment by slownewsday_05 June 30, 2009 2:39 PM PDT Personally, I am all for scrapping the unfair income taxes with its thousands of loopholes in favor of a national sales tax.

No one could dodge taxes, such as the ultra-rich, the drug dealers, and the tax cheats.

AND, if people didn't want to pay ANY federal taxes, they could just avoid buying anything and live off of their land.

by lovegetpeace June 30, 2009 2:48 PM PDT Hey slownewsday_05,I do not care how our Federal Taxes is structured.

As long as WE THE PEOPLE are paying within our means.

If a Sales Tax in the end means a balance budget, then I am all for it.Right now, WE THE PEOPLE are not paying within our means and this is destroying our nation-risking the security of our nation.

The Republican's ideology of a smaller government means destroying our nation ability to govern itself - survive.

by slownewsday_05 June 30, 2009 3:21 PM PDT Most definitely, lovegetpeace - I meant to say that the Fed would have to work off of those proceeds exclusively.

Borrow and spend is much worse than tax and spend.

So, we just tax in a way which people cannot avoid, but in a way that lets them save as much as they want.

That, and it is a tax they would pay day to day, rather than having to come up with tens of thousands later if they made a past mistake.

by lovegetpeace June 30, 2009 2:16 PM PDT For those complaining about a Federal Tax to pay for Universal Health Care.

Why do you not count the trillions as Taxes already paid by a deduction in your paycheck and your employer for your Private Health Insurance if you are damn lucky to have one?Reply to this comment by South-of-Heaven June 30, 2009 2:19 PM PDT What a wonderful Story.

Every once in a while im reminded of just how great it is to be a Democratic Liberal alive today....Reply to this comment by lovegetpeace June 30, 2009 2:19 PM PDT Next Mission of the Democrats:Appoint at least 5 Liberal Judges to the U.S.

Supreme Court before the end of Democratic President Obama's 2nd Term in office - by Jan 20, 2017.Reply to this comment by hungry1968-15 June 30, 2009 2:19 PM PDT "How Not to Step Down Gracefully" by Norm Coleman.Buy it in paperback at the Fox News website.Reply to this comment by cattiej June 30, 2009 2:19 PM PDT About darn time.

You go Al! We here in Illinois have had to put up with Roland Burris appointment, when if our state had the guts to place someone else in the Senate if wouldn't have been Burris.

Burris played the race card and that is the ONLY reason that he is in the Senate.

The majority of people from Illinois want Burris out but then Obama hasn't helped Illinois with this Burris mess either.

I don't care what party is in the majority, all the politicans are suppose to be for the PEOPLE..I am sick and tired of red and blue..We are all Americans..

If you can't vote for a bill because your political party says not too.

we American's are going to ask for your resignation.

Thank you Al Franken for staying in the race and not giving up.

Now don't give up of the American commen folks who only want to see some HONEST politicans for a change...You Go AL!!Reply to this comment by Questionews June 30, 2009 2:20 PM PDT 'Us' is more important and 'me'.

Our nation needs Sacrifice and not Selfishness from WE THE PEOPLE just like our grandparent did for us.

by lovegetpeace June 30, 2009 2:02 PM PDT Careful there!! You are very close to the Websters definition of Facisim.

Folks like to throw that word around as some kind of insult, but if you look up the condensed definition it boils down to "The interest & welfare of the State above the interest & welfare of the individual." (Or you could just look up Paxton's definition if you like your definitions wordier.) I know if feels great to crow when the party that you're a member of makes gains in the political arena, but with that kind of power, corruption is not far behind.

Just ask the Republicans.

They had nobody to challenge their authority & we ended up in a real mess.

If you don't think this could happen to Dems you are lying to yourself.Reply to this comment by formrusmcsgt June 30, 2009 2:32 PM PDT You're right.

It most ceetainly COULD happen.

But the Dems obviously went to school on the Repub fiasco and it shows.

You see Dems attempting to get bi-partisan bills done.

During the Repub reign, they could have cared less about Dem participation.

It MIGHT happen, but it looks to me that the Dems are doing much better managing their success than the Repubs least to date.

by lovegetpeace June 30, 2009 2:33 PM PDT Yes, corruption comes with Power but at least our nation will be in the right direction with regard to Education, Energy, Global Warming, Wall Street Greed, Healthcare and budget deficits, etc.

Right now, we are in the wrong direction with all of the above.If we do this right, we can avoid the 4th Great Depression around the year 2018.

During a depression, all of these matters will be fixed by force.

by ustaxpayer June 30, 2009 2:20 PM PDT WOW!! Boy, will I sleep better knowing that knuckle head is in Washington voting for America's future.

What a total goof ball.Reply to this comment by cs4466 June 30, 2009 2:28 PM PDT I don't understand...

Coleman lost didn't he? by nordeck52 June 30, 2009 2:22 PM PDT Its about time! You'd think he'd stop challenging the results after every recount, but instead he wasted all this money the last eight months.

He's like a Republican version of Al Gore! The difference being Al Gore wasn't anywhere near this ornery.Reply to this comment by Questionews June 30, 2009 2:25 PM PDT It was kinda like watching a guy that didn't win the Lottery asking the state to "Please double check those numbers again, I just know I won" by formrusmcsgt June 30, 2009 2:28 PM PDT Coleman will not be remembered as a graceful loser, by any stretch of the imagination.

No class.Reply to this comment by shazmispanks2 June 30, 2009 2:33 PM PDT Its astonishing and unbelievable that the most important news for the america people and the world is missing from CBS headlines ...Three hours ago Ron paul won support in the congress to audit the federal reserve, most of you yankee doodles do not understand the significance of this victory for Ron paul and the american people and also the world at large this criminal entity of federal reserve which is unconstitutional must be abolished to save the american people and the humanity around the world ...The financial crisis,the housing crisis,the massive job loses and companies folding every day is all because of this criminal entity of federal reserve and its evil extentions of the Goldman sachs,morgan stanley,and Jp morgan....We need an honorable man like Ron paul leading this country and all you stupid republicans and neocon thugs must get behind Ron paul for the sake of america and its peoples and the constitution that was originally founded on......Reply to this comment by cs4466 June 30, 2009 2:34 PM PDT Ron who? by Questionews June 30, 2009 2:42 PM PDT Ron PaulHe sells the handy veggie slicers & rotisserie oven on those infomercials.

I got me a Ronco sinkerator.

It's really cool! I don't know what it does, but it matches my refrigerator.

by slownewsday_05 June 30, 2009 2:46 PM PDT Hey, Shazz! It's been a while! I hope you are well today...

That's great news about auditing the Fed Reserve, if they actually provide him unaltered books.

I really think the Repubs have damaged the party name so badly that something will have to replace it.

Maybe he could head up the Libertarian party...

It's amazing that a privately-owned corporation such as the Federal Reserve is given such a misleading name and such overwhelming power over the system.

by mjlewis6 June 30, 2009 2:35 PM PDT Gee, no test of the 2000 Supreme Courts' Bush v Gore decision that had the argument of pressure of time to insure an orderly transition of power and no need to recourt the Florida votes as ordered by the Florida Supreme Court despite the popular vote nationwide showing Gore actually won and the Florida Courts needed validation for electoral votes? Gee! I hope the transition of power doesn't take a nasty turn like 8 months of NO SENATORIAL REPRESENTATION like it has.....Where are those Republican principles when it comes to representing the people?Reply to this comment by hclinton2012 June 30, 2009 2:36 PM PDT Now the Democrats can "bankrupt" America all by themselves!Reply to this comment by cs4466 June 30, 2009 2:37 PM PDT Too late.

Bush and the neocons have already finished that job! by lovegetpeace June 30, 2009 2:40 PM PDT America is already bankrupted.

Please clarify? by lovegetpeace June 30, 2009 2:37 PM PDT Us' is more important than 'me'.

Our nation needs Sacrifice and not more Selfishness from WE THE PEOPLE just like our grandparent sacrificed for us.Reply to this comment by jsilver2th June 30, 2009 2:37 PM PDT Finally someone who will REALLY DO SOMETHING about outrageous ATM Rates! FRANKEN FOR PRESIDENT!Reply to this comment by taebok June 30, 2009 2:42 PM PDT Just in time for the next election too!Reply to this comment by brncoman1 June 30, 2009 2:54 PM PDT What an embarrassing disgrace.

What about the people of Minnesota? They should have given the people a chance to vote again to get it right.

Not have some court decide what they think is right.

In the 7 months since the election was held the people of Minnesota have not had proper representation in the senate.

That senate seat has been open since January.

One of these guys should have conceded a long time ago out of decency.Reply to this comment by lovegetpeace June 30, 2009 2:55 PM PDT Thank you Republican Coleman.

I will make a poster of you and put it in my living room right next to my poster of Republican Ex-President Bush.

You and Bush have done miracles to the Democratic Party.Reply to this comment by randomlybanned June 30, 2009 2:56 PM PDT Minnesota you get the dubious title of "laughing stock of the nation."Reply to this comment by ghwab1949 June 30, 2009 2:59 PM PDT Serves the people of Minnesota well, a bunch of flakes represented by a flake -- in the tradition of Jesse Ventura, Paul Wellstone and Eugene McCarthy.

America once again gets just what it deserves.

God help us all.Reply to this comment by taxchurches June 30, 2009 3:02 PM PDT Wow, you guys are extremely sore losers, aren't you?Incidentally, the re-count was automatic by state constitution, due to the result spread; it had nothing to do with Franken.Who knows, Franken might actually do well.

Neophytes often bring a keen sense of duty with them.

Franken has NO political track record at all upon which to judge him, so those who are having a hissy here are merely partisan babies.Reply to this comment by randomlybanned June 30, 2009 3:07 PM PDT And you who wish to tax churches are not partisan whatsoever.

by stn_sage June 30, 2009 3:07 PM PDT After eight MONTHS and it's finally over? It's about time!Coleman has to be the biggest SORE LOSER in modern political history!What a jerk! He denies the citizens of Minnesota representation for eightmonths! But, that's OK because...HE'S satisfied.

HE ran the campaign HEwanted...HE had the challenge HE wanted, etc.etc...It's too bad HE never 'gave a tinker's d*a*m*n' about the citizens of Minnesota! HE's so selfish and self-centered he never had time!I hope Minnesotans learned Coleman's "true colors", and never vote forthat louse again! He's part of the National Socialist group that havetaken over the Republican party and pretty much destroyed it!Reply to this comment by jakedog030 June 30, 2009 3:23 PM PDT How low can politics in this country go? Our newest Congressmen is a drug addled comedian who has failed at just about everything he has done in life.

Now he can add the title "Senator" to his long list of failed endeavors.Reply to this comment by Questionews June 30, 2009 3:43 PM PDT Considering the approval rating (or lake of one)of congress & the senate I think he'll feel very comfortable in an environment where 75% of the people disapprove of him.

How can any of those guys fail in that job.

They're already viewed as failures.

by Questionews June 30, 2009 3:46 PM PDT "lake of approval" ????????? I picked a bad day to stop doing heroin.

(Airplane movie reference.) by jakedog030 June 30, 2009 3:25 PM PDT One other thing...

how do you wind up winning a recount when you lost on election night? Answer: ACORN.Reply to this comment by prohb June 30, 2009 3:40 PM PDT Hmmmm.....Mr.

Steele, Repub chairman said this....

"At the core of our democracy lies two concrete principles: No valid vote should go uncounted and all votes should be treated equally," he said in a statement.

"Sadly, those principles were not adhered to during this election." I agree, too bad we got stuck with a terrible so-called president from 2001- 2009 because this was not the case in the 2000 election.Reply to this comment by noloyalisti June 30, 2009 4:01 PM PDT Yeah, where was that clueless bozo Con Man when Bushoccio and his Crime Family stole two elections? by whosaid1 June 30, 2009 3:42 PM PDT Well now !!! I will be interesting to see where the Democrats TAKE's all on them excuses....the party of NO as the Republicans are referred to, doesn't matter anymore.....Reply to this comment by noloyalisti June 30, 2009 4:00 PM PDT I really am surprised there are ANY republicons left in office.

They have failed at everything and just represent the greedy and rich (just like them).

Hopefully that will change at the next election.

That party is obsolete and is simply bad for America.

by playhockey June 30, 2009 3:58 PM PDT He's good enough, he's smart enough, and doggone it...

people like him! Congratulations Senator!Reply to this comment by RCC_Soldaten June 30, 2009 4:02 PM PDT Great.

Another Socialist in the Congress.

Must be why we're backing the ousted communist president of Honduras.

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