Skip to comments.Martha Coakley: Curt Schilling Is A Yankees Fan
Posted on 01/15/2010 6:36:18 PM PST by WaterBoard
On the talk radio show, "Nightside With Dan Rea," Coakley labels Rudy Giuliani as a Yankee fan, then goes on to bizarrely describe Brown supporter Curt Schilling, the great former Red Sox pitcher, as a Yankee fan as well.
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For those who don't know who Curt Schilling is, he is a famous Red Sox pitcher.
This woman seem intent on insulting Mass citizens.
She’s toast. tee hee
If she insults my Lakers I will fly to Boston just to kick her ass
Please, someone, ask her “Who was the better linebacker, John Havlicek or Bobby Orr”?
Se did insult bruin fans refused to shake hands. Bill Clinton Yankee Fan.
She could use this to her advantage claim to be mentally retarded; the sympathy vote would go her way.
I think she is that stupid to insult following Fans
Red Sox fan
Bruin Hockey team fan
Boston College fan
This needs to go viral, and for Schilling to respond. She is a lunatic.
Martha Coakley is making Edmund Muskie and Gary Hart look like brilliant campaigners.
Of bloody sock fame...against the Yankees! Coakley is a fool!
I am generally opposed to ridiculing politicians as stupid on the basis of a verbal slip-up. Coakley began to admit she was wrong, but then “He’s not there anymore.”
Bad, bad save. She should have just owned up.
Kiss of death. Ping.
I swear I had already realized this woman was an idiot...now she confirms that she’s a stupid idiot!!!! I AM a Yankee fan and even I know who Curt Schilling is, he of the bloody sock! This woman is a buffoon....though that really sorta puts down buffoons.....
She’s folding up mentally under the stress.
Keep talking Martha!
She reminds me of the drunk in the Playboy cartoon who tells his wife, “I can explain the lipstick on my collar, dear ... I wiped my pecker with my shirt.”
Forget sending BO to Massachusetts, the ‘RATS need to send a large roll of industrial strength duct tape to shut this ditzy broad up. She’s a complete moron.
In fairness, he played most of his career on other teams, but I guess he is associated with the Red Sox, but he won the World Series MVP with the Diamondbacks.
I know. The “He’s not there anymore” was the stupidest part.
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