The top Senate Republican said his caucus would block any attempt to seat Democrat Al Franken until an anticipated court case over Minnesota's close election is finished and an official election certificate is conferred.Cornyn also said it's "unprecedented" to seat someone in this situation. Of course, he's a lying asshole.
Texas Sen. John Cornyn said Friday that Republicans would object to seating the race leader Franken sooner.
As recently as 2007, Rep. Vern Buchanan (R-FL) was seated without prejudice by the majority-Democratic House while his election was being contested, and in 1997 the majority-Republican Senate provisionally seated Sen. Mary Landrieu (D-LA) after her GOP opponent alleged irregularities in her very narrow win.I just want Franken to get in there so we can watch some of his speeches. Oh, and because Bill O'Reilly said he would move to Ireland if Franken wins.