Bad Craziness in the Special Election

According to The Boston Herald, “Massachusettes” Attorney General Martha Coakley (running for “Kennedy’s seat“) blamed GOP “stalkers” today for triggering tensions outside a Washington, D.C., fund-raiser last night where a Weekly Standard reporter said he was roughed up by a Coakley campaign worker.

Really? REALLY? Coakley refuses to answer questions, the reporter is attacked and blocked by her aide (an Obama-appointed thug), and it’s all the fault of right-wing “stalkers”?

The AP is more than happy to tell us that the reporter “stumbled” and that Coakley’s aide “helped him up”, having never met a fact incriminating to Democrats which was fit to print. They also lie about the photos and video supporting this version of unreality when they do just the opposite. Don’t count on the MSM giving anything remotely close to balanced or accurate coverage in this race, given how much is at stake here (the Democrats’ filibuster-proof sixty-vote majority in the Senate, momentum for the GOP leading up to this November, a Democratic loss in true-blue Massachusetts putting the fear of God into other Democrats who want to keep their jobs, etc.)

Addendum: Seating Mass. Senate Winner could be Delayed. Old news, but worth mentioning in the list of ways the Dems are trying to stack the deck against Brown. “Massachusetts’s top election official says it could take weeks to certify the results of the upcoming U.S. Senate special election. … Secretary of State William F. Galvin, citing state law, says city and town clerks must wait at least 10 days for absentee ballots to arrive before they certify the results of the Jan. 19 election. They then have five more days to file the returns with his office.” I think we can all assume that how long those delays last depends heavily upon who wins the election.

Addendum II: Rep. Frank Lashes Out Over Accusations that Mass. Dems Would Stall a Brown Certification. Well, if Barney Frank is denying it, then you know it’s true!


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