Now, I don’t mind that the Frank campaign is sending out people to heckle Bielat. Part of the game. I also don’t give a tinker’s dam that Barney Frank’s SO is a guy, either. But what I do find funny is that if you were to take out the names and redo this story in terms of Candidate A has to send Significant Other out to heckle Candidate B because there’s nobody else to do it and asked a bystander which candidate was the challenger, he or she would probably say Candidate A.
This is how long-term incumbents lose, you know: they assume that they’re never going to need to keep a proper campaign staff, so when they turn out to need one they have to hastily improvise, often to unintentionally hilarious results.
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