Friday, January 15, 2010

Now We See Martha Coakley's True Colors

Has Martha had her "Dukakis in the tank" moment? Every day this race gets more interesting. Thanks @Raging_Red for the great Martha Coakley photoshop work.

While we're enjoying our moment of MAsen levity, here's an anti-Brown attack ad that I think you might enjoy:


Coakley: Curt Schilling is a Yankees fan.

Poll shocker: Scott Brown surges ahead in Senate race

Scott Brown has raised at least $1 million every day this week.

Obama's strange video endorsement of Coakley

Talk Left: Martha Coakley is Too Big a Risk for Senator

Tragic story…Gerald Amirault spoke on Thursday about how Martha Coakley ruined his life.

Boston Globe misrepresents Brown statement on Tea Parties.

Brown Up 15% in Pajamas Media/CrossTarget Poll

UPDATE: 'Bottom has fallen out' of Coakley's polls; Dems prepare to explain defeat, protect Obama


Proof said...

Could you clarify just one point in that anti-Brown ad? Were they intimating that Brown is a ...Republican?

Opus #6 said...

I must say that that is the best ad I have seen yet! Thanks for the morning chuckle.

I will post this to my site this afternoon. FUN! (linkage to you, of course).

RightKlik said...

Proof: No, I think they're trying to create a subtle link between Brown and the GOP.

O6: Thanks for the link. Things are starting to look very good, aren't they?

I love being Right said...

All I can say is YEA!!!!!!!!

Anonymous said...

I'm with Proof. Is this guy a member of some political party?

DaBlade said...

Sure, he's ahead in the polls right now... but if this "R" word gets out...

Fredd said...

About that UPDATE at the bottom of this post: let's not count our chickens before they hatch. Remember, if it's close they can 'Franken' the results easily, what with ACORN standing at the ready with suitcases full of 'uncounted ballots' ready to insert into car trunks at a moments notice.

I'll breathe a bit easier once I see that (R) behind Brown's name.

The Old Geezer said...

I enjoyed looking over your blog
God bless you

ImAlwaysRight said...

The Republican party needs more Scott Browns.
What this shows is that there is no such thing as a "safe seat". The People are outraged and aren't looking to party leadership to fix the situation. The RNC needs to make sure they encourage Constitutional Conservatives to run in every race. 2010 is about doing the will of the People. If the RNC is smart, they'll make sure their candidates meet and understand this, then stand back and not screw it up.

Obama's numbers would be a lot worse with an objective media and without his person likability.It's probably what people sense about Obama that's killing him. He always seems to press the wrong button.The slide really started over beer-gate.This was a huge unforced error that defined Obama as a person for a lot of people.The over protection of anything Muslim,isn't doing him any favors. People want a staunch American president,not a world president. He has sold us down the road all around the world. In fact there's so many problems with Obama it's almost impossible to focus on one before another one pops up. If it weren't for his ( predigest) high numbers in the African-American Community who overwhelmingly approve of the job he is doing, he'd be holding a 20 percent approval rating right now. But, if the truth be known, less than 10% of those African Americans could identify Harry Reid, Barbara Boxer, Arlen Specter or Newt Gingrich, and most believe that *hope and change* means more money or new cars and lottery tickets for welfare recipients.
The worst part of the legacy of possibly the worst president in history is that, though Americans proved we are overwhelmingly capable of electing an African American president, he's made voters so leery that it's going to be a long time before another black president is elected again.

Janie Lynn said...

He's a Republican?

Z said...

I wish I thought the REPUBLICAN ad was funny.
you do all see that's exactly what the lefties have done to American minds. You say REPUBLICAN, they think like this ad. Nothing okay is REPUBLICAN, you all know that.
And so the country's doomed to one party, basically. And you can all see how THAT's working for us.

They got most of our kids through school indoctrination, they have Americans through TV shows (throw-away lines that were funny then now resonate ANTI REPUBLICAN...see an old ALL IN THE FAMILY some time..then see ROSEANNE or any NUMBER of TV shows that "aren't political")

Ah, I'm ranting here and I'm sorry I let my mood overtake my usual sense of humor. I just do NOT see that as's too close to the truth.
Monday, I have a piece about a Dem senator who shot an intruder at his home; this Dem Sen is an avid anti-gun nut... If he was Republican, it would have been "REPUBLICAN SENATOR SHOOTS INTRUDER"....but for this Dem? They barely mention his affiliation.
Wake up, folks...we need to get an honest media or this country's KAPUT.

SCOTT BROWN probably won't win; rasmussen says Coakley's way ahead today; and then add in ACORN ballot stuffing and what've you got? AL FRANKEN GATE

WomanHonorThyself said...


The Conservative Lady said...

Great ad. I'll link to you over at my Facebook page. Just think...Scott Brown is actually a REPUBLICAN!

RightKlik said...

ILBR: It's looking better every day

NG: If you connect the dots...

DaBlade: World's best kept secret.

Fredd: We will soon know!

OG: Thanks

IAR: Hopefully Obama will teach us that novelty is not a good criterion for choosing a presidential candidate.

JL: That's what they tell me!

Z: I think you might be pleasantly surprised by the result of Tuesday's election.

WHT: !!

TCL: Thank you!