Norm Coleman denies wanting higher office. Isn't that like the snake saying he won't tempt Eve?
All this says is that Norm wants us to keep thinking about him for that role and view him as a humble servant (cough..glllkkk.. I can't even type that without gagging). He can flip (or flop) at any minute, and may be given the opportunity to "serve the people of MN" in a broader fashion once "asked" to be on someone's ticket. Come on, why should we believe him? He has just been a sham lock-step voter for BushCo from the day he was picked to run for the Senate by Dick Cheney. He has no integrity and will do whatever is best for him - forget MN, its just that simple. By him denying his "higher ambitions" now, we should assume he actually means to pursue it.
Double-speak at its worse.