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  Can Al Franken rebound after supporting PIPA?
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Last EditedPicimpalious  Jan 24, 2012 11:50am
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AuthorMitchell Dahlhoff
News DateTuesday, January 24, 2012 05:00:00 PM UTC0:0
DescriptionWhat does Al Franken’s support of PIPA mean for those of us who thought he was not evil?

Minnesota’s political image has been a bit tarnished as of late, what with Michele “Crazy Eyes” Bachmann and Tim “Hockey Fight Blood Lust” Pawlenty crashing and burning spectacularly in the County Fair Demo Derby that is the current Republican primary races. So maybe it’s a bit unfair that two bad apples misrepresented Minnesota to the rest of the country, but hey, at least we still got Al Franken and Amy Klobuchar, two of the better Democrat senators around, still out there fighting the good fight, right? (Or being tax-happy socialistic job-destroying America-haters—we don’t have any bias.)

Except they went and done ****ed up, too, considering both Franken and Klobuchar have been co-sponsors and influential supporters of PIPA, the Senate half of the controversial SOPA/PIPA bills.

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