New York Times curMidgeon Gail Collins did a Saturday drive-by of U.S. Senate races, and here’s what she said about our Bay State bakeoff:
Nobody in Massachusetts could have missed the fact that there’s a Senate race going on. In their last debate, Scott Brown and Elizabeth Warren sounded like two angry squirrels trapped in a small closet. A high point came when the candidates were asked to name their ideal Supreme Court justice. “That’s a great question!” said Brown brightly, in what appeared to be a stall for time. He came up with Antonin Scalia. Then, after boos from the audience, Brown added more names, until he had picked about half the current court, from John Roberts to Sonia Sotomayor.
That’s Scott Brown (R-All of the Above) all over.
But this Senate race is not over by a long shot.