Monday, January 18, 2010

Scott Brown's final ad

Wow... hard-hitting? Yes, but it's mostly his opponent's own words.

And why would Coakley spend two of the final seven days in Washington? Then run against Washington? Huh? It certainly appears as though Coakley is trying to lose this election.

Tim White


Anonymous said...

This was the only negative ad put out by Scott Brown, but the ad's TRUTH speaks for itself, in Coakley's own actions.

Anonymous said...

Marcia Coakley will win tomorrow, Just like Curt Schilling is a Yankees fan!


Brown by 6

Breachway said...

I luv it

Anonymous said...

In the first hours of voting, turnout is heaviest in the GOP-leaning suburbs (Needham, Acton, Andover, etc) and in the blue collar wards of Boston (South Boston, West Roxbury). Turnout is lighter in the liberal cities and black wards. (Same with absentee ballot returns). All this is good for Brown.

When Independents began going 2-1 for Brown, Coakley ignored them, and focused on getting out the Dem vote. Hence all her negative ads (Brown = Bush, "Brown wants to deny treatment to rape victims ... wants to throw Grandma out on the street"). However, this strategy backfired, and cost her more Dem votes.

Martha Coakley and Barrack Obama are going down to an inglorious defeat in "Kennedy country" today. The causie Democrats (feminists, ACLU, racial activists, etc) will still vote for her, but the blue collar Dems, including many union members, are joining with the taxed-to-death suburbanites to sweep Brown into the Senate.

Brown takes it by at least 6 points, but don't be surprised by 10 points, and if many usually Democratic cities go Republican.

MS, Boston

Anonymous said...


The results are in, and Martha Coakley (D-Emilys List) felt like she'd been splashed by holy water.

"You cursed brat!," she shrieked, "Look what you've done! I'm melting! melting! ... Who would have thought a good little boy like you could destroy my beautiful wickedness!"

Democrats in Washington also reacted to the "tidal wave" sent by Massachusetts voters: