Saturday, February 03, 2007
I predicted a year ago this would happen.
Al Frankenstein is going to run for Senate. That's very good news for Republicans if he can win the primary, which is unlikely.
Franken faces major challenges, said Larry Jacobs, a political science professor at the University of Minnesota. Besides needing to establish himself as a serious candidate, Franken has staked out left-wing policies that make it questionable whether he can win independent voters, Jacobs said.Of course, I made the prediction last January. It was too easy. Hitlery moves to New York to run for Senate, the whole while saying she's not moving there for that reason. Oh, and if she does run for Senate, it's not so that she can get some experience for a later run for president ... yeah, sure.
Next thing you know here's Frankenstein moving to Minnesota and saying it's not so that he can run for Senate there ... uh huh, riiiight.
I have called yet another one. Only a few hundred to go before I catch up with Nostradamus ... or is it a few thousand? Whatever.