#rsrh Elizabeth Warren guessed wrong on outside ads?

It’s starting to look that way.

Short version: back in January Elizabeth Warren and Scott Brown agreed to keep negative third-party advertising out of the MA-SEN race, and ever since then Elizabeth Warren keeps getting hurt more and more in the polls. Which is to be completely expected, of course: such an agreement helps Senator Brown, who defaults to being a very personable and engaging politician… and hurts Ms. Warren, who defaults to being a somewhat querulous and definitely lecturing liberal academic. This is in fact so obvious that one might almost wonder why Warren fell into this trap – until you remember that she’s had no relevant electoral experience, and has been told that she’s the brightest person in the room one too many times.

Such a tragedy, in that special not-really-at-all sort of way.

Moe Lane

PS: The primary’s not until September, by the way. There’s no real reason to keep her on as the assumed candidate, frankly.  I mention this mostly because as a matter of policy the Left tries not to take the advice of the VRWC seriously, which means that you can have all sorts of fun with that.


  • coondawg68 says:

    Elizabeth Warren, like so very many on the left suffers from a staggering case of Dunning–Kruger effect. Debilitating really.

  • qixlqatl says:

    A room full of people telling Elizabeth Warren she is the brightest person in the room are not paying her the compliment it would seem……..

  • civil truth says:

    But will she keep this agreement if things continue to poll south for her, or wills he find some excuse (with MSM backup) to break the agreement and blame it on Brown? Do I really need to ask this as a question when I know the answer?

  • lourae says:

    Can’t find the original comment, repeated in a thread at Hot Air:
    Obama and MSM–“We’re gonna need a bigger slut.”

    • Moe_Lane says:

      Just a reminder, folks: I have pretty much no tolerance for people who don’t read the articles that I link to before they try to comment here. Note emphasis on the word ‘try.’

      • Moe_Lane says:

        Although I appreciate the never-made-it-to-the-screen commenter for her tacit admission that the Online Left is starting to worry about Elizabeth Warren’s inability to move the needle.

  • lourae says:

    The War on Women/class warfare meme biting them on the posterior? Wish I could feel sorry for them. Ehh, no I don’t, actually.

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