Tuesday, January 19, 2010

Why Coakley's In Trouble--(D) Version

Two of the.........ahhhh.........wackiest theories I've ever seen.

First, the little old lady in Massachusetts:

As audience members streamed out of Pres. Obama's rally on behalf of AG Martha Coakley (D) here tonight, the consensus was that the fault for Coakley's now-floundering MA SEN bid lies with one person -- George W. Bush.

"People are upset because there's so many problems," Rosemary Kverek, 70, a retired Charleston schoolteacher said as tonight's rally wrapped up. "But the problems came from the previous administration.

It's all Buuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuusssssssssssshhhhhhhhhhhhh's fault!

But that's only the 'negative driver.'

The 'positive driver' came from Sally Quinn, a Postie and perhaps THE reason that the MSM is held in lower regard than lawyers.

Quinn postulates that Brown's popularity has to do with his semi-nude pose (in 1982, for crying out loud) and that "he's a hunk."

“I think that there are a number of factors here. It’s not quite as black and white as it may seem. First of all Scott Brown is a hunk. And, I think that the fact that he posed semi-nude for a magazine gave him a huge advantage in public recognition.”

Shall we say that Ms. Quinn's estimation of Massachusetts voters is.........umnnnnhhh.......low?


Disgruntled Car Salesman said...

Yeah, it's all Bushie's fault.

The earthquake in Haiti was a direct result of the Halliburton earthquake machine and that is Bushie's fault too.

Just like Katrina and the Cowboy's loss this past weekend. Bushie's fault.

Shoebox said...

Honestly, if more than 1% of people saw Brown's photo and remembered it, I'd be shocked!