January 17, 2010, - 12:34 am
. . . Lt. Col. Scott Brown. Read it and weep, Coakley fools. Pigs are flyin’. While most of the endorsement is terrific, there are a few troubling parts, most notably this:
In an editorial board meeting with the Cape Cod Times earlier this week, Brown was critical of President Bush and defended President Obama regarding the current financial crisis.
Ted Kennedy’s Paper Endorses Lt. Col. Scott Brown
Still, I’d vote for Scott Brown in a heartbeat. Hopefully that’s the only downside. But, hey, it’s the People’s Republic of Dukakis Happens. So he’s waaaaay better than what usually emanates from the state that houses Harvard Hates America University. And head and shoulders about Martha Coakley. It’s not that the endorsement will sway votes (few endorsements do these days, especially from newspapers), or that the paper has a significant audience–it’s readership is small. It’s the significance that Teddy Kennedy’s paper is now endorsing what is, relatively speaking, essentially a conservative Republican candidate.
Barack Obama coming to Taxachusetts to campaign for Coakley is a dumb move on the libs’ part and the best move we can hope for. With people seething at Obama, it can only help push Brown over the top. The only thing better would be if Roman Polanski flew in to campaign for her. Or Charles Manson.
Plus, when she loses–after B. Hussein O. trekked down there with his posse–it’ll be a giant embarrassment for him, showing he has no juice. If she wins, it won’t be a victory, as they’ve already lost with a relative conservative slaying her in the polls right now a couple of days before the polls open. It’s a lose-lose for him, and if he were smart, he’d stay at 1600 Pennsylvania Ave. Yet more evidence that he’s not as smart as the mainstream media keeps lecturing us that he is.
I really think that–absent too much voter fraud and union shenanigans (which we can assume there will be at least a bit of both–hey, it’s the People’s Republic of Club Ted)–that Brown will pull this thing out.
He has the Big Mo’. While she is the Big Schmo.
A few other things that Ted Kennedy’s hometown newspaper forgot to mention about Lt. Col. Scott Brown:
* He knows how to drive and won’t likely submerge any cars or women under water and forget to call the police and let them know about it until many hours later.
* He won’t wake up his nephew in the middle of the night to go to Au Bar to pick up chicks and rape ‘em.
* We won’t likely be reading about his liquid lunches at La Brasserie, where the main course is en flagrante delicto with some unselect, willing bim.
* He doesn’t own a yacht, so we won’t be seeing naked photos of him knockin’ boots with another unselect, willing bim off the French Riviera, in the first and only case in which a Kennedy supported offshore drilling.
Not that we would be seeing any of these things with Martha Coakley because she’s, well–look at her–she’s Martha Coakley. But since she’s running as the reincarnation of Club Ted, she must stand on his entire record of public–and notorious–life (much of which really didn’t involve standing).
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