Norm Coleman-Leaving no voter behindJune 20th, 2009 - 4:03 pm ICT by GD
Coleman’s words in a letter to the City Convention Delegates were “I have never sought any other political office. I have no other ambition other than to be mayor.” But why do you think that Norm Coleman, a former Minnesota senator, has accumulated a huge lot of legal bills since Election Day? Its because of his 2 lawsuits and an FBI investigation.
Well, nothing to worry about, if the Minnesota race is still not ended as Norm Coleman has to pay Al Franken $94,783 to cover court costs. Do you think the liberals are taking a big swing at the senator or is Coleman proving himself a loser once again? Let the answers be guessed by your mind.
The US government is well aware of his contributions like introduction of the bill to forbid foreign companies from using ports of US and Canada. You would be surprised to know that being a marijuana smoker himself, when he was an undergraduate student, he prohibited the legalization of marijuana saying “I oppose the legalization of marijuana because, as noted by the Office of National Drug Control Policy, marijuana can have serious adverse health affects on individuals.”
Norm Coleman does not seem to be tech savvy. Its a question because in a speech he said “In the end, we need to compete, as I’ve said before, we need to compete in each and every kind of forum, and whether it’s on the ground traditionally, or today it’s in — it’s in the Ethernet. Ethernet is what he is talking about, well, in that case, he needs to be aware that he is referring to Internet. As he further added “It’s in the — you know, it’s online. It’s in the blogs, it’s Twitter, it’s Facebook”.
Lets wish him luck for his ventures.
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