My NARNII colleague Ed noted something that I’d noticed and started writing about myself; the local leftymedia’s caviling and cavorting over the death of Norm Coleman Sr.:
the Minnesota open-borders contingent turned themselves into the equivalent of Fred Phelps when they decided to picket the home of Senator Norm Coleman — as he and his family prepared to bury his father, Norm Coleman, Sr. Coleman’s presumed opponent for the 2008 Senate Race, Al Franken, couldn’t breathe a word of sympathy for Coleman, and some — not all — of the liberal bloggers here in the state followed his lead.
He went on to quote a pretty ghastly, self-indulgent bit of rationalization on the part of the
ghouls “protesters” who tried to disrupt the Coleman family’s mourning.
And I join Ed in noting…:
we should acknowledge those who did show class. Liberal bloggers and Coleman opponents MNPublius and Centrisity had the class to acknowledge the personal loss of our state’s Senator. This shouldn’t surprise anyone who follows these two blogs. Others … didn’t, and that shouldn’t surprise anyone, either.
In no case would anyone who watches some of those hamsters be surprised.