We have been jabbing at Brad Blog for its wrong headed position on the Franken / Coleman election in Minnesota.
It was clearly wrong for Brad Blog, an "EI blogging center", to advocate that all states should use the Minnesota model for elections.
That would be a catastrophe like getting AIDS to wipe out AIDS.
We have been jabbing at Attorney General Holder for making a judicial decision he should have left to the courts.
Holder effectively pardoned Ted Stevens after that senator had been convicted by a jury for 7 felonies associated with political corruption. After all, Eric was once a judge you know.
Now the state of Alaska, where Stevens can see the Senate from his house, is all a twitter and is freaking out for a general election.
Stevens lost by less than 4,000 votes under the felony cloud, so it is more than likely he would win re-election.
That means if Senator Cornyn has his way, Alaska has its way, and Eric Holder has his way, the convicted Ted Stevens will be a senator before Al Franken is a senator.
Things are getting curiouser and curiouser over here in the empire Barak, so "get back Jo Jo, get back Loretta".