Former Sen. Norm Coleman (R-MN) spoke to the Minnesota state Republican convention this past weekend — explaining that his disputed Senate race is not just about him, but the issues that matter to the country.
Norm broke the ice with a joke. “People ask, how are you doing — you know, the race, it never ends,” he said. “And I tell them I’ve been counting and recounting my blessings since November.”
He got serious, too:
“But winning isn’t about me. You know, it’s not about me or even us as Republicans. It really is about this country. And about the future of the country,” said Coleman. “The one vote in the United States Senate, the one vote is a difference between possibly people losing the right to a secret ballot in a union election, or not … One vote, one vote between the potentiality of a slippery slide into the path of government-controlled health care. If I am in the U.S. Senate, we’re not gonna have a government-controlled health care. It’s not gonna happen.”