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Wednesday, January 31, 2007

Fare Thee Well, O'FrankenFailure!

Gone! Gone from the airwaves As of February 14th:

    Comedian and potential Minnesota Senate candidate Al Franken will leave liberal talk radio station Air America in two weeks, he announced [Monday] on his show.

    The announcement paves the way for Franken to explore a possible Democratic challenge to freshman Sen. Norm Coleman (R-Minn.) in 2008.

    Air America also announced yesterday that the station is on the block. Franken said he wanted to stick around through the transition and his last show will be Feb. 14. He said if he makes his decision by then, he will announce his intentions on his show.

What does Al have to say about it?

Click on the on the below audio bar and give a listen:

The All-Time King of Liars!

Voice is impersonated. Or...


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