Saturday, January 16, 2010

The Coakley Meltdown Continues

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Martha Coakley is way out of her league. She acted as if she just had to say yes to running and the Senate seat that opened when Ted Kennedy passed would automatically be hers. Now one can understand how Coakley could feel this way as Massachusetts has been safely Democratic for decades...hell, they even elected John Kerry and keep sending him back. Plus Coakley has been living in a liberal bubble and had no idea what was happening outside Boston.

Now it turns out she had no idea what was happening inside the limits of Bean Town either. Check this radio interview in which she dismisses Rudy Giuliani as "a Yankees fan" and then inexplicably dismisses Curt Schilling as the same:

Schilling is legendary in Boston for bringing them their first World Series in nearly 9-decades. He was the one Boston player who came up big against the hated Yankees and Sox fans will love him forever.

Schilling responds of course and just makes Coakley's rhetoric sound more embarrassing and amateurish:

But never, and I mean never, could anyone ever make the mistake of calling me a Yankee fan. Well, check that, if you didn’t know what the hell is going on in your own state maybe you could….

Add to that Coakley's friends are getting her in more hot water and Barack Obama is slated to visit the state on her behalf and he's not the big draw he once was.

BTW, the polls are breaking in Scott Brown's favor.


Update: Stunned would be the response from most liberals with regard to recent events.

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