Meehan ADMITS He Shoved McCormack
Well well. After the media carrying Martha Coakley‘s water for an entire day, claiming that report John McCormack tripped instead of, as McCormack claimed, being shoved to the grown by Coakley aide Michael Meehan, Meehan has now issued an apology for shoving McCormack. Yet again we have the bulk of the mainstream media carrying a Democrat’s water and buying wholesale their spin. Will the AP | Read More »
Democrats Go Into ‘Sheer Panic’ Mode Over Massachusetts
The Democrats have gone into ‘sheer panic’ mode over Martha Coakley‘s campaign in Massachusetts. The Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee (DCCC) has purchased advertising made expenditures1 to help Martha Coakley. Read that again. NOT the Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee (DSCC), but the campaign committee for the House of Representatives. Why would House Democrats be spending their precious resources on someone running for the United States Senate? | Read More »
Coakley can’t even remember her position on *abortion* these days.
Bill Jacobson points out a minor detail with Big Pharma shill Martha Coakley trying to spin Scott Brown’s past support of permitting medical personnel to have a religious objection to the morning-after pill into being anti-rape victim: she’s on the record as supporting far more. first, Legal Insurrection: Here is the language in section 1302(a)(3) of the bill (at page 125) passed by the Senate | Read More »
I declare DOOM for Martha Coakley (D, MA-SEN).
I’ve been fighting the urge: it’s Massachusetts. But let’s review the evidence. The latest Rasmussen poll: 49/47 Coakley/Brown. That’s +2 Coakley for likely voters. Definite ones? +1 Brown. The total shift is +7 Brown in a week. Internal Democratic polling (via AoSHQ) is saying Coakley +5. Last week? Coakley +14. +9 shift to Brown, in other words. They’re not just paying union members to hold | Read More »
Scott Brown Responds to Martha Coakley’s Negative ‘Nazi’ Ad
Martha Coakley unloaded a nasty ad last night full of dark, harsh tones, lies and subliminal images, including one distorted image of Rush Limbaugh with his hand up a ‘heil’ manner. Brown fires back with a positive ad challenging Coakley’s camp. The difference between the two ads and the two candidates couldn’t be more stark. But will it work? Brown could have ignored it. Brown | Read More »
Red Tide Rising!
“Toss up in Massachusetts” ,That is the headline over at PPP. The truth is, it should read Brown LEADS!! Buoyed by a huge advantage with independents and relative disinterest from Democratic voters in the state, Republican Scott Brown leads Martha Coakley 48-47. And that’s not even the best quote. We lead enthusiasm 66% to 48%, we lead the indie vote 63%-31%* with Scott Brown claiming | Read More »
Martha Coakley’s (D Cand, SEN-MA) oddly obscure cash-on-hand numbers.
Interesting. Here’s the short version: Martha Coakley is reporting that she’s raised over 1 million dollars since November 20th, and 5.2 million overall. So, Scott Brown’s (who raised 700K in the same time period, and who has just over 1.2 million overall) in trouble, yes? No. At least, not from that. Coakley, who faced three opponents in the Democratic primary, started the special election campaign | Read More »
MA SEN: Coakley versus Brown.
The primary results are in for the Massachusetts special election primary, and it’s Massachusetts AG Martha Coakley for the Democrats; State Senator Scott Brown for the Republicans. 10% turnout; special election on January 19th . Coakley, of course, is cookie-cutter: as Jim Geraghty put it, the Democratic side was “lefty vs. lefty vs. lefty vs. lefty.” Scott Brown’s a bit more interesting, given that he’s | Read More »