Sunday, January 17, 2010

Scott Brown draws bigger crowd that Obama and Coakley

I know relying on evidence like this to determine how a campaign will do is risky, but come on. If the President of the United States cannot fill a 3,000 capacity hall in downtown Boston on a Sunday well then ….

From Glenn Reynolds at Instapundit:

A REPORT FROM THE SCOTT BROWN RALLY AT WORCESTER: “It’s an absolute mob scene. The police have closed off the streets. It’s mind blowing. The hall is already full, and it holds 3,000 people. There may be another 1,000 people outside.”

Meanwhile, reader Sean Fitzpatrick writes: “Pictures don’t do justice. Nothing like this in Mass since JFK. Worcester rally starts in thirty minutes and the streets are already packed.” Here’s a pic.
ANOTHER UPDATE: Meanwhile, reportedly, Coakley can’t fill a hall. “Martha Coakley and Barack Obama held a rally today in Boston. They couldn’t fill the hall. . . . It holds 3,000 and frankly only 2,000 to 2,500 showed up.”

Come on Massachusetts, save us from ObamaCare!


Just a conservative girl said...

Oh my. I wonder what dead fish Rahm is thinking right now?

Hack said...

This stuff is just great! Did you see the video of Obama getting blasted by two hecklers at Coakley's "rally"? Head on over to my blog and check it out! Conservatism is rolling!

Tulsatime said...

According to th DC, the heckler said "Abortion sheds innocent blood"

Fuzzy Slippers said...

Honestly, I'm not surprised at all. I know the country is, but living in Mass and feeling the energy for Brown, I'd be surprised if BO could draw a crowd equal to Brown's. What a difference a mishandled year makes.

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