pretty much handed a Senate seat to open borders candidate Martha Coakley
during the final debate
last night, even though there`s a week to go before the election [Borwn, Coakley Play on Voters Fears in Final US Senate Debate
, by Matt Viser, Boston Globe, January 12, 2010].
There`s nothing worse than a Republican who desperately tries to come across as a nice guy. The first rule of public speaking is `never apologize`
, but Brown spent much of the evening apologizing for being a conservative, trying to convince voters that he`s not heartless.
At one point, each candidate had the opportunity to ask the other a question.Â Brown asked Coakley why she supports giving Khalid Sheik Mohammed a civil trial, a topic that had already been discussed during the debate. BOR-ING.
Scott Brown had the chance to ask Coakly why she supports an illegal immigrant amnesty
.Â I suspect he didn`t do so because he didn`t want to come across as mean-spirited.Â Instead, he just came across as weak.