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Who knew? Even in Massachusetts the voters don’t like pampered, spoiled, obnoxious hardline Socialists who feel entitled to a Senate seat. Maybe they ought to start vetting their candidates before the coronation.
The White House loves her. Cher loves her. But a lot of Democrats aren’t so wild about Elizabeth Warren’s Senate campaign these days.
The high-powered, fast-running Warren campaign is starting to show some cracks and dings — fueling fresh scuttlebutt of internal dissent in the party.
Sources say some national Democratic officials and unions are unhappy with Warren agreeing to a pact with Republican Scott Brown that could severely limit super PACs and third-party groups from running attack ads.
Brown’s shrewd move to push the pledge comes as a number of polls show his popularity back on the rise in Massachusetts after it had slipped following a series of special-interest-group attack ads.
Outwitted by that doltish, pickup-driving bumpkin? Somehow they haven’t tied Brown to the War on Women yet, so they still have that in their vast arsenal.