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"Suppressing" The Vote

Another disappointment from the Boston Globe:

Brown supporters trying to suppress vote by bullying

Scott Brown is running for U.S. Senate as a pleasant guy in a pickup truck. But a mean spirit drives some of his campaign.

At a West Springfield rally on Sunday, a Brown supporter yelled out "Shove a curling iron up her butt". The remark was a crude reference to Brown’s opponent, Attorney General Martha Coakley, who was criticized in a recent Boston Globe story for failing to aggressively prosecute a sexual abuse case involving a curling iron.

After that charming rallying cry, a video clip shows Brown grinning and saying, "We can do this."


Does the Black Panthers ring a bell?

Bad jokes about Sarah Palin's daughter?

Vile comments by nationally recognized news journalist Keith Olbermann?

Apparently none of that disturbed Joan Vennochi like a curling iron remark. But then again, the curling iron remark was directed at a democrat, while the things I listed were commited by democrats.

Nothing like a good double standard to bring out the worst in people.

UPDATE: For more about the disturbing sexual abuse curling iron case and Martha Coakley's handling of the case, click HERE and HERE.

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