Brown To Obama: Stay Away

It looks like the Coakley camp has sent an SOS to President Obama, making Coakley appear desperate and unable to close the deal on her own.

Surging GOP Senate candidate Scott Brown yesterday warned President Obama to “stay away” from the Bay State during his roiling race against Democratic rival Martha Coakley and not to interfere with their intensifying battle in the campaign’s final days.

“He should stay away and let Martha and I discuss the issues one on one,” Brown said. “The machine is coming out of the woodwork to get her elected. They’re bringing in outsiders, and we don’t need them.”

Coakley’s campaign showed signs of panic as they scrambled to get a last-minute appearance by Obama to bolster their effort before Tuesday’s election.

Obama coming to town would be a gamble – even in Massachusetts. 

But Republican consultant Charlie Manning said a visit from a president with tanking ratings would make Coakley look desperate as upstart Brown enjoys a last-minute boost from climbing poll numbers and media momentum.

“It’s sort of like trying to bail out a boat that’s already sinking. I don’t think they can fool the voters of Massachusetts this time,” Manning said.

We all kn0w how helpful Obama was in theVirginia and New Jersey governor races.  I don’t think he wants to be associated with another loss – especially with the ramifications to his health care bill.


One thought on “Brown To Obama: Stay Away

  1. lol, actually this may be a bit of the old reverse psychology. Hussein being told by an R upstart to stay away? Let him show up, for all the good it did NJ and VA Ds.otoh, keep mentioning it and if Hussein doesn’t appear with Martha it looks like hes avoiding a sinking ship. Kind of Alinsky-like. Love it.

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