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COAKLEY JETS OUT OF MASSACHUSETTS TO COLLECT BIG BUCKS FROM BIG PHARM AND HMO LOBBYISTS AT 'WINE BAR' ... MILD-MANNERED REPORTER WHO ASKS HER QUESTION 'ASSAULTED'

Yep, a real representative of the "little people," huh?

A reporter who dared ask Democrat Senate candidate Martha Coakley a question about fund-raising tactics last night and another about her dumb "no terrorists in Afghanistan" comment at a recent debate, was knocked down by a Democrat political operative, Michael Meehan, sent by the DSCC to help out with the Democrat's "stumbling" campaign.

Oh, yeah. President Obama just nominated Meehan a few weeks ago to serve on the Broadcasting Board of Governors.

Watch:

Video - Weekly Standard Reporter Roughed Up by Democrat Political Operative



Or here:

Coakley Campaign Operative Roughs Up Reporter Who Asked Question

It's funny how the media handled this. First the Associated Press on Boston.com reported that a reporter had "stumbled," then when it became known that a video was going viral on YouTube the story was scrubbed from it's web site.

Martha Coakley is Attorney General of Massachusetts!

She witnessed what happened and did nothing - although she may have been looking the other way when he was actually knocked down. A picture, however, shows her looking right at him on the ground.

Picture of Martha Coakley Looking at Reporter on Ground

Nevertheless, she still ignored the incident until the facts emerged publicly and later issued a statement claiming she didn't know what happened and had been "stalked" by Republican operatives.

What? She is the chief law enforcement officer in the state and she claims she was being "stalked?" Give me a break!

I don't have to tell the people of Massachusetts what they already know about how the Democrat political machine plays in their state. They know they play rough, and they have a chance to send these people a message in a few days.

Coakley is making fewer and fewer public appearances these days, relying on special interest money to push a smear campaign against her opponent Scott Brown, and political operatives, unions, and paid-in-ful "astroturf" groups to get out the vote.

And well she should. My goodness! Is Martha Coakley the best the state of Masachusetts can do for such a high-level position as U.S. Senator?

Here's to 2010 as the year the American People wake up to who's in control and how they are subverting the U.S. Constitution to advance ther lust for power and the transformation of American into a centralized big-government socialist state.

Do the right thing, Massachusetts!

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