(Via the Drudge Report)
The Wall Street Journal has some thought on the current Minnesota Senate election:
For those who watched the Washington State governor’s race recounts in 2004, the ongoing recount drama in Minnesota is just another rehash of the same script — albeit for a U.S. Senate seat that might put Democrats one vote away from a filibuster-proof majority.
The article goes on to draw a number of parallels between the 2004 Washington gubernatorial election and this year’s Minnesota Senate race, some of which have to make you wonder if someone is following a script too well–after all, what’s the likelihood of the magic number of 133 votes recurring in two races, four years and half a country apart?
I’m still surprised that the people of Minnesota aren’t raising hell about this. Maybe it’s too cold to go outside?