Norm Coleman’s parents have lived

Norm Coleman’s parents have lived to see their son elected United States Senator, and were along for the ride as Norm canvassed the state in the hectic final hours before the election. After President and Mrs. Bush (41), they must be the proudest parents in the country. Hey guys, in Yiddish it’s what we call “Naches” (pride/pleasure). Thanks to the Star Tribune for this nice portrait of Norm’s day after, “Coleman’s day of victory starts and ends early.”

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