we both agree it's the only smart thing elizabeth's done her entire campaign so far.
(don't buy the reporters and their garbage. trina and i will vote in this race. so far, it's scott brown. the polls are not wrong.)
if she gets a bump off this, i'm hopeful that she'll realize that our state is not barack's state. in 2008, our state did not for barack in the primary - we went for hillary. she beat him by over 15%.
and when martha coakley was huge popular, she was at odds with barack. then she won the dem primary and all the losers showed up to take over her campaign and she lost the race to scott brown.
scott didn't win by republicans alone. there aren't enough republicans in our state for that. people crossed over.
and they did so to show their objection to barack. that's not a surprise. we're a liberal state. you really think wishy-washy, right-leaning barack is going to please us?
if elizabeth warren wants to win, she's going to have to put serious distance between herself and barack.
let's close with c.i.'s 'Iraq snapshot:'