Tuesday, January 12, 2010

Paid Union Picketer for Coakley Admits He's Voting for Brown

It really doesn't get any richer (or more pathetic) than this.

In Massachusetts' Special Senate Election, where Republican Scott Brown has mounted a serious (as in Democrats-running-scared serious) challenge to the assumed shoe-in Democrat Martha Coakley, these union members admit they were paid $50 to hold placards for Coakley before one admits he is voting for Brown.

Priceless!  [Well, actually the price tag is $50 per union picketer.]

h/t: Moe Lane & Hot-Air

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