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Thanks, but I think you meant the Star Tribune. For a Republican paper, the Chicago Tribune has actually been pretty decent these last few years.

Now that the vote finalization process has reduced Norm's lead to 206, it is possible Franken will win. Mostly though I think most Minnesotans hate BOTH guys for having run such hideously negative campaigns. If you watched the Olympic Games in Minnesota, nearly every single ad was a negative one from Al or Norm. It was disgusting.

You're right. I did mean the Star Tribune, altho the ChiTrib, it seems to me (I read it a couple of times a week which is probably why I wrote the wrong name), has been a pretty reliable right-wing supporter of Pawlenty and Coleman for a long time. If they're actually covering the story without alibiing Normie or at least giving him every possible break, I'd be surprised.

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