By Wyatt Earp | January 16, 2010
So, let’s see. Martha Coakley ripped Boston Red Sox fans, misspelled Massachusetts in a campaign ad, used the image of the World Trade Center in another ad to attack Brown’s “greed,” suggested Catholics should not work in emergency rooms, blocked the donation of a brain dead man’s heart to ensure a successful case as a DA, and released a man with no bail for raping his 23-month old niece with a curling iron, stood idly by while one of her hired goons assaulted a reporter.
Can it get much worse? Sure it can! This week, Martha Coakley called former Red Sox and Phillies great Curt Schilling a Yankees fan! Seriously.
In attacking New Yorker Rudy Giuliani’s campaigning for GOP challenger Scott Brown, Coakley tries to lump Boston Red Sox great Curt Schilling (who blogged about Coakley’s loser campaign the other day) as a Yankees fan, too.
You’ll get a chuckle out of the — and Coakley’s lame attempt to take back the clueless insult.
It gets better. Check it out below the fold.
Today, that rabid Yankee fan Curt Schilling responded to Coakley’s latest bout with foot-in-mouth disease:
I’ve been called a LOT of things…
But never, and I mean never, could anyone ever make the mistake of calling me a Yankee fan. Well, check that, if you didn’t know what the hell is going on in your own state maybe you could….
Ouch. Is these any way this broad could win this election, even in Tax-achusetts?