February 10, 2009

It doesn't get any nuttier than this:

On Friday, Coleman made the media rounds with radio interviews that included conservative nationally syndicated radio talk show host Mike Gallagher. Gallagher, an unyielding fiscal and religious conservative, who hosts one of the Top 10 rated talk shows in the country, has been an outspoken critic of the Congressional stimulus legislation...

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When asked about the recount and how it is affecting him personally, Coleman said he starts every day with a prayer and that he knows “God wants me to serve.” Coleman did later temper those rather immodest remarks by adding that he “is not indispensable” and that others can serve as well. Coleman closed the interview with an appeal to Gallagher’s listeners for contributions to his campaign website.

Norm Coleman plays the "God card." How surprising. These right wing talk shows should fear not that the fairness doctrine will be reinstituted. They are such a source of amusement that they will still hang on. All the comedians looking for good material only need to tune into right wing talk radio.

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