Earlier in the week, I noted that the Democratic strategy with respect to the Minnesota Senate recount between Norm Coleman and Al Franken is to demand that Franken be seated if the state courts rule in his favor. Chuck Schumer was saying it, while the academics on the left were laying out the argument that the federal courts wouldn't take it.
But there is a fly in the ointment. The Chairman of the Minnesota Democratic-Farmer-Labor Party (that's what they call Democrats up there) seems to think that Republican Governor Tim Pawlenty is right on this and Chuck Schumer is wrong. Here he is on video saying that if the federal courts intervene, Governor Pawlenty can't issue a certificate of election, which Harry Reid demands for seating. Or at least did when the duly appointed Roland Burris was up.
Chucky and Harry foiled again.
H/T The Hill.