From Sam Stein:
The drumbeat is growing louder for former Minnesota Sen. Norm Coleman to drop his long-shot appeal of the state's prolonged recount.
In the wake of a three-judge panel declaring that Al Franken was the leading vote-getter of the U.S. Senate election, MSNBC's Joe Scarborough offered a preemptive and withering criticism of Coleman's likely appeal of that decision to the state Supreme Court.
"Seriously. Norm, I like you. You lost. Okay," he said. "Can we seat a senator so Amy [Klobuchar] doesn't have to do the job of two Senators? It is seriously not fair to constituents in Minnesota to drag this out any longer. It is over Norm, okay. It is over."
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How long before Joe reverses course? He won't apologize after he's ripped by Rush for speaking out (before checking with him) of course, but he will, like he did with Sarah Palin (shocked & dismayed as it was announced and by the next morning he'd falling in love with her), suddenly reverse course and call for Coleman to "stand firm" or some other such nonsense. You'll see.