Posts Tagged ‘coakley’



Scott Brown showed some amazing class and dignity today in his first press conference as senator-elect. Check out his answer to the question about the possibility of his running for president. He may be more experienced than Barack Obama was when he started pursuing the presidency, but it’s still a stupid question. Advertisements

Frayed Nerves


You can’t blame folks at Coakley headquarters for being a bit nervous when they encounter reporters. Things are also tense at the Boston Globe, which declared Martha Coakley a winner today in an online election map – based on the returns they had in so far! There’s only one problem, guys – the polls are […]

With Us


The nation is with us in rooting for a Scott Brown victory and an end to the deliberate slide into socialism. Like fans cheering for their favorite football teams, voters nationwide are paying attention to the special U.S. Senate race in Massachusetts. Almost half of them are rooting for Republican candidate Scott Brown over his […]

Setting Up


The Obama visit Sunday appears to have marked an end to the Senate campaign, with polls indicating the race continuing, or resuming, its swing in the direction of the GOP. A new poll from Politico, taken last night, shows a 9 point lead for Scott Brown. This confirms the signals from Washington, which seem to […]

Brown Can Do


There’s lots of good news for Scott Brown today. Perhaps the best is from Dave Paleologos, the pollster from Suffolk University, who has bell weather towns he uses to judge which way an election is heading. This morning on MSNBC’s  Morning Joe show, as Chris Matthews reported his conversation with Suffolk University pollster David Paleologos that […]

Martha Coakley at her best!

Smart & Lucky


It sure is fun watching the Coakley campaign make one major error after another. One that’s really hard to believe is that six days ago, after having gotten the wake-up call that they were in danger of losing,  Martha took the day off and went down to Washington the day after the debate. While there, […]