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Wednesday, April 18, 2007

Al Franken Explains Hockey
And The Minnesota Wild

As Al Franken continues his run for U.S. Senate, he never fails to pander explain how familiar he is with All Things Minnesota in wherever geographic area in the state he appears and to whom - the type of crowd - he is speaking.

In the past Al has used his superior intellect and knowledge on native Minnesota topics as explaining taconite when campaigning in Northern Minnesota.

Then he impressed us while campaigning in Southern Minnesota where he explained the intricacies of alfalfa to farmers and the agriculture crowd.

Today, Al tells us all we need to know about hockey, especially the National Hockey League's Minnesota Wild team.

Click on the
button on the below audio bar:

Voice is impersonated. Or...is...it?

Co-Written By T. James Edwards


The above is a parody of a political advertisement. It is not an actual political advertisement or an endorsement for any candidate, particularly and especially that of Al Franken.


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