Snide Of Frankenstein

If liberals have taught us anything, it’s the rules only apply to their opponents, not themselves.

Sen. Al Franken is embarrassed, ashamed … and ready to get back to work.

“I’ve let a lot of people down and I’m hoping I can make it up to them and gradually regain their trust,” said Franken, who broke an eight-day silence Sunday to talk by phone about what he’s done and what he’ll be doing next. For starters, he said, “I’m looking forward to getting back to work tomorrow.”

But while the Senate debates tax cuts and vets the Trump administration’s pick for Minnesota’s 8th Circuit Court of Appeals, Franken will face lingering questions about whether he can still do his job when many people now associate him with a grinning face in an 11-year-old photo, hands hovering suggestively over a sleeping woman’s chest.

This despicable piece of detritus will immediately revert to his usual, arrogant self, and begin attacking and demeaning Republicans from his high horse – or in this case, his high horseplay.