"InternetS." "The Google." "A Series of Tubes." And now, the "Ethernet." Oh, my.

First, The Idiot in Chief Bush had his InternetS to use the Google. Then, Rethug Sen. Ted Stevens got to his internet through a series of tubes. And now, Rethug former Sen. Norm Coleman has his Ethernet.

From Raw Story's John Byrne:

Remember former Alaska Sen. Ted Stevens (R-AK), who famously declared that the Internet was a series of tubes?

Meet all-but-former Sen. Norm Coleman (R-MN). Speaking to a conservative video-blogger crowd Thursday at the Conservative Heartland Leadership Conference in St. Louis, the politico who's now battling with Al Franken for a Minnesota Senate seat said conservatives need to compete on the "Ethernet."

"In the end, we need to compete, as I've said before, we need to compete in each and every kind of forum," said Coleman. "And whether it's on the ground traditionally, or today it's in -- it's in the ethernet. It's in the -- you know, it's online. It's in the blogs, it's Twitter, it's Facebook, and the next iteration."


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