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Old 10-21-2007, 10:55 PM
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Check out this clip...

YouTube - Ann Coulter and Al Franken at The Connecticut Forum

See how he seamlessly

Makes his opponent look like a fool
Demonstrate his quick wit and ability to improvise
Show a full command of the issue

and finally

End the thing with a well placed joke so that he doesn't come across as looking "mean spirited".

I think that Norm Coleman is soiling his fruit-of-the -ooms with the prospect of having to go toe-to-toe in a debate with someone who can use his wit like a surgeon uses a scalpel! Furthermore, Al went to Harvard and is probably 5 times smarter than him and much more versed on the issues.

I'm sure others will disagree, but hey, that's what C-D is all about
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