Coakley Turns MLK Breakfast Into Campaign Event

With Scott Brown sitting in the audience, no less

“I certainly didn’t realize that this was a rally for Martha,” said Brown. “I think it’s inappropriate to ask for people’s votes when they’re trying to remember Martin Luther King Jr.”

Coakley was invited by event organizers to speak at the Hynes Convention Center breakfast. Brown sat in the crowd with supporters. He said he was not invited to speak.

“We are in the middle of a very close election. I know that people are frustrated. They’re angry. They may be focusing that in many different ways,” Coakley said during her remarks.

“Do not forget they were problems that were not created by, but inherited by our president Barack Obama,” Coakley said.

Coakley has hit bottom and continues to dig.

Brown: Not Everyone Can Buy A Truck In This Economy, Barry.

In response to Obama’s snide statement yesterday that “anybody can own a truck,” Scott Brown points out the obvious to Captain Clueless.

GWP Via Weasel Zippers

Brown took that opportunity to slam the president on government spending..

Mr. President, unfortunately in this economy, not everybody can buy a truck,” Brown said in a statement. “My goal is to change that by cutting spending, lowering taxes and letting people keep more of their own money.”

Speaking of trucks – we are in the midst of a nasty snowstorm here in Massachusetts.  The truck driving Brown supporters will be able to get out and campaign for theircandidate while Coakley’s clown car driving supporters will be stuck in snowbanks.  Assuming they even leave the house in this weather.