And cast Martha Coakley and the national GOP as the Germans. Just yesterday, Brown himself tweeted national Republicans have given him everything he's asked for.
Brown just moments ago to the twitter-o-sphere: "For the record, everything that I have asked NRSC and RNC to give me, they have done."
Dan Kennedy posts a blow-by-blow.
Scott Brown says he'll debate anywhere, anytime, except as Foxed notes, most of the seven debates he named yesterday won't include Joe Kennedy, which means Martha Coakley doesn't want to go.
KennedySeat.com sums up her demand that Libertarian Joe "No Relation" Kennedy be included in any debates: Either Scott Brown agrees to let Joe Kennedy in and the anti-Washington crowd winds up split or Brown refuses and Coakley doesn't have to give either of them any air time in a debate.
KennedySeat.com reads all the papers, both local and westa Worcester.
Scott Brown and Jack E. Robinson go at it tonight at 7 p.m. on WGBH's "Greater Boston."
The primaries for both parties, by the way, is tomorrow.
Patrick at Red Mass Group points out that David and others at Blue Mass Group are grasping for straws with their argument that Scott Brown is violating elections law. He points out that Martha Coakley is doing the exact same thing, too.
David at Blue Mass. Group lays out the charges: Basically, Brown, who wants voters to show ID when they vote, is encouraging supporters to vote by absentee ballot - and to get their friends to do so - even though that would violate Massachusetts law, since in Massachusetts, absentee ballots are legally only for people who know they won't be able to get to the polls on Election Day - not for people who just feel like voting early.
The latest is from Scott Brown. Not quite up there with Jack E. Robinson's "Vote Out the Lynch-pin" or Christy Miho's walking-butts ads, but on such short notice, it'll do:
In case you missed them, here are Robinson's and Mihos's contributions to the ouevre:
The Herald reports Jack E. Robinson filed 10,900 signatures at the last minute to get onto the Republican ballot for the special Senate election. As long as 10,000 of those signatures - which the Herald says he spent $100,000 to collect - are valid, he'll face off against Swearin' Scott Brown in the primary.
Ever the optimists, Red Mass. Group explains why this will actually help Brown win the final election.
Speaking of Brown, the Herald reports the ex-Cosmo model is married to an ex-"murderous, bikini-clad vixen" from a Digney Fignus video, or, in other words, Channel 5 reporter Gail Huff.
Hub Review posts nudie pics from Brown's BC days, back when he thought nothing of posing in the buff for Cosmo.