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Mike Capuano

By adamg - 11/24/09 - 8:05 am

The Globe provides the fight coverage.

Jay Fitzgerald thinks Coakley and Capuano delivered solid upper cuts with their references to the pedophilia scandals:

... [T]hey were extremely effective, well-chosen punches that make it hard for the church to respond. …

By Anonymous - 11/17/09 - 12:07 pm

This video follows US Senate candidate Mike Capuano one recent Saturday, October 24 from his home in Somerville to campaign events in West Roxbury and Milford.

By adamg - 11/11/09 - 9:04 am

It's not so much that Mike Capuano changed his mind on health care and that abortion ban as that he was blasting Coakley for taking the same position he adopted that has some riled and puzzled.

By adamg - 11/9/09 - 8:14 pm

Because of the amendment barring the use of federal funds for most abortions - Pagliuca and Khazei say they would have voted for it despite that - Blue Mass. Group reports.

By adamg - 11/6/09 - 6:50 pm

KennedySeat.com reports US Rep. (and Senate hopeful) Mike Capuano voted yes on a measure to congratulate the Yankees on their World Series win.

In fact, so did Reps. Frank, Lynch, Tierney, Markey, and Neal. Olver and Tsongas voted "present," McGovern didn't record a vote. Only Delahunt had the courage to vote "nay."

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By adamg - 10/3/09 - 7:29 pm

The Outraged Liberal is outraged at a Globe interview with Mike Capuano, in which he charges, without any challenges from the Globies, that he is more liberal than Martha Coakley.

... My issue is with Andrea Estes and the editors who allegedly exercise tight rein over their reporter charges. Where is the effort to challenge him on his assertions that "she's not a liberal."

Personally, I'd love to know where Capuano differs with Coakley -- and when I persisted in reading to the almost bitter end I found the public option and Afghanistan are areas I should explore.

On my own without help from the newspaper supposedly devoted to helping its diminishing stable of readers understand the personalities and issues of an historic election.

Reporters, particularly those who cover politics, love to declare they are equipped with BS detectors and that they hold politicians accountable. You sure couldn't prove it with this notebook dump. ...

By adamg - 9/27/09 - 9:41 am

Interesting experiment: Post a Facebook status update complaining that Mike Capuano seems to have reached out to everybody buy you and see how long it takes the Senate hopeful to call you on the phone. If you're Josh Dawson (member of the Democratic State Committee and the Boston Ward 5 Democratic Committee, vice chair of the Greater Boston Young Democrats, and he's legislative director for a state senator), the answer is: A few minutes.

By adamg - 5/9/09 - 10:26 am

Outrage, dispair, Facebook grumbling, that the Somerville congressman is their commencement speaker.

Be sure to read the quotes from the journalism and poli-sci major who is particularly incensed because Capuano got BU some money to fix up part of Comm. Ave.

The Outraged Liberal tells them to grow up and suggests the particular student outraged over sidewalks consider a profession where she doesn't have to do critical thinking.

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