MA Blog Roundup
Got nothing to say, but others sure do.Bob at Blue Mass
is calling on Moran to censure McCauley about the BU Student disenfranchisement in the 18th Suffolk District Special Election:
The Ward 22 Democratic Committee, led by newly prominent member Mike Moran, should censure McCauley and remove him from the Ward Committee to demonstrate its opposition to voter intimidation. Moran has his first test of leadership.
Blue Mass has been all over this issue, start here
and then go here for more
. Fred Clarkson
also weighs in and asks where the outrage is. This is something to show your friends.
In other news, .08
has boiled down Big Dig gubernatorial politics to its essence:
Therefore, if the Big Dig is a government problem, people may be more likely to vote Republican in 2006. If, on the other hand, the Big Dig is seen as a corporate problem, the Democrats would be the ones who would traditionally have credibility in reigning in corporations.Chris at Left-Center-Left
also had a good Big Dig post this week.
It's criminal to point to just one post at Romney Is A Fraud -- but Ben has a contest
(scroll down to "Whacko Willard Mitt")
According to press reports, Willard Mitt - aka, the Most Moral Man in Massachusetts - last week "celebrated" his 58th birthday by arriving at his State House party dressed like accused child-molester (or is it alleged child-molester?) Michael "Jacko" Jackson. Romney was purportedly dressed in pajama pants, a white glove, sunglasses, and "flanked by aides holding umbrellas." (source: Boston Herald, 3/14/2005)
The problem is the story is not online and there are no pictures to be found. Be the first to send a pic to Ben and win "a meat pie, and a Rich 'Mr. Potato Head' Gedman baseball card, circa 1987".