Anyway, I chose this Hatch comment for the award:
"There are very important issues involved - constitutional issues - and I have no qualms about saying that if he can, he ought to push it all the way. We're so sick and tired of having one set of rules for the Democrats they don't abide by, and then another set of rules for Republicans. The Democrats didn't count the ballots the way they should and they didn't put the protections in that they should. It was the Republicans who were better at counting ballots and doing what was right and following the law. They don't do it on the other side as much."(P.S.: I don't deny that Hatch and his Republican colleagues are "sick and tired" about a lot of things, mostly because they are instinctively in denial about how the ballots were counted in Bush vs. Gore.)UPDATE: The Minneapolis Tribune just reported that a tally of the uncounted ballots that had been rejected has now upped Franken's tiny lead over Coleman to more than 300. Coleman had hoped to gain some traction with the new tally. As Don Meredith used to sing on Monday Night Football after the game appeared to be decided, Turn out the lights. The party's over. Want to bet that won't happen soon?