June 5, 2012 |
We held forth today on the inevitable manifested — Elizabeth Warren is the Dem nominee to run against GOP incumbent U.S. Sen. Scott Brown. That wasn’t decided until last weekend’s party convention, but this means a main bout with no undercard, a.k.a. primary.
To win, Warren has to kick aside the yipping dogs of both her opponent and the media, who are riveted on the made up genealogy non-issue. We spoke of how she needs to bring Brown’s votes and political games to the fore. Already voters want to know what the candidates are about and what they think.
We discuss what we see as her strengths and what she has to do. Let the debates begin.