NYT’s Bruni: MA Senate Race ‘Sadly Petty’

New York Times op-ed columnist Frank Bruni has exceedingly low expectations for the expected Elizabeth Warren-Scott Brown Senate smackdown in Massachusetts:

I have my doubts that Elizabeth Warren is elitist and I’m not convinced Scott Brown is sexist, but I’m sure of this: we just got our first glimpse of how sadly petty and predictably reductive the 2012 U.S. Senate campaign in Massachusetts is bound to be.

Bruni is referring to Warren’s “I kept my clothes on”/Brown’s “Thank God” rumpus currently occupying everyone from Michael Graham to Nancy Pelosi.

Memo to Bruni: There’s over a year to go until election day. Keep your shirt on.

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2 Responses to NYT’s Bruni: MA Senate Race ‘Sadly Petty’

  1. Dan Kennedy says:

    Frank Bruni is training me to have exceedingly low expectations for his column.

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