Pretzel Logic

January 21, 2010

According to Ron Regan's blog, a poll of Massachusetts Democrats who voted for Scott Brown found that 37 percent believed Democrats were not doing enough to challenge Republican policies. Interesting. But how exactly does voting for Brown accomplish the goal of challenging Republican policies?

I think more telling is the low voter turnout in areas where Martha Coakley won compared to much higher turnout in areas where Brown won. Seems the biggest issue is Martha either inspired apathy or anger in voters -- neither being a recipe for electoral success.

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