Posted by | February 9, 2009 12:01 | Filed under: Top Stories


Minnesota’s possibly former Senator Norm Coleman’s message appears to change based on the audience in front of him.  Speaking to conservative radio talker Mike Gallagher, Coleman said he’d vote against the stimulus package and then commented on the Minnesota recount.

 

When asked about the recount and how it is affecting him personally, Coleman said he starts every day with a prayer and that he knows “God wants me to serve.”


Gallagher’s show is syndicated by Salem, a religious outfit.  But when speaking with Minnesota Public Radio, he conversation was less God-centered.


Also on Friday, Coleman talked to Tom Crann at Minnesota Public Radio, and tweaked his message for a listening audience that is decidedly more liberal than that of Gallagher’s. First, Coleman discussed his desire to serve without mention of God’s will. With more humble prose he stated, “I’ve been blessed to serve. I want to continue to serve.”

 

I wonder if God is pissed that he wasn’t mentioned in the more liberal venue.

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