Herald Reporter: "It Becomes Increasingly Clear Brown is Winning With Voters Who Work For a Living"

Boston Herald opinion writer Howie Carr believes he’s seeing a trend already in the absentee voting. Carr says, “It becomes increasingly clear, Scott Brown is winning among the people who work for a living, as opposed to Democrats, who are Martha’s voters.
Ouch.

The Massachusetts Police Association endorsed Scott Brown earlier this week:

Carr wrote today:

Oh yes, the “stalkers” are out there. Just ask Martha Coakley, the wrinkly attorney general who is not “privy” to the facts of the assault on the reporter on Capitol Hill, or so she says.

Yes, the stalkers are out there, and what they are stalking is the state’s city and town halls, taking absentee ballots. Let’s go straight to the numbers, as of closing time Wednesday afternoon.

We can begin with my own hometown, Wellesley. In one business day, Wednesday, the number of absentee ballots cast went from 741 to 869. Next door, in Weston, the number went from 341 to 437.

Are these Scott Brown voters, or are these moonbats who are voting for Martha Coakley because they’re wondering where the heck did she get that accent, coming from “struggling” North Adams and all?

I’m not saying Scott Brown is going to win Tuesday. All I want to do here is pass on some of the numbers of absentee ballots in various towns over the past 48 hours:

Newton, 1158 as of 5 p.m. Tuesday, to 1490 Wednesday

Plymouth, 787 to 921

Scituate, 407 to 509

Weston, 341 to 437

Weymouth, 537 to 661

It becomes increasingly clear, Scott Brown is winning among the people who work for a living, as opposed to Democrats, who are Martha’s voters.

…Let’s be clear here, Brown-Coakley is a fight between the working classes and the nonworking classes. If you have a job, if you pay your own way, then you’re for Scott Brown.

If you’re a moonbat, or a hack, or an illegal alien, or if you have a trust fund or are from New York (or most likely both) then you’re for Martha.

Are the nonparasites of Massachusetts still the majority? We’ll know soon enough.

Related… SISU reports: “I know more Democrats who are voting for this guy than Republicans”

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