Let's just keep this simple. Apparently having more votes than people is not a problem for Iran and neither is it a problem for the courts in the state of Minnesota. Ahhh, corruption makes for such strange bedfellows. It seems we will be welcoming a new Senator to the US Congress and under a cloud of doubt for those who wonder if thier votes did not count while fake ones did.
I could go into the distinguished history of the United States Senate but these days, who really cares. I'm serious. Does it even matter anymore? The Constitution and it's boundries for our government doesn't. Judicial restraint doesn't, at least most of the time. And I could go on and on.
So I ask, as a resident of Minnesota, "did my vote count?" Regardless of who I voted for I'm not sure it would have mattered with this level of corruption.
As a Franken supporter or a Coleman supporter I should be demanding for a complete and fair count. Remember, that phrase "every vote counts?" I should be appalled when there are more votes than people. This is far bigger than any political ideology. This is about free and fair elections.
Whether or not you support comedian, the way he will have won this election means only one thing to the residents of this state.
The joke is on us.