Keller @ Large: Brown, Warren Race Becoming Alarmingly Redundant

October 11, 2012 7:00 AM
Keller @ Large: Brown, Warren Race Becoming Alarmingly Redundant
" BOSTON (CBS) –  Senator Scott Brown and his challenger, Elizabeth Warren, debated again last night in Springfield, and both proved once again that they are formidable candidates, bright, articulate, and committed to public service.

Listen to Jon’s commentary:

Download: kelleratlargeoct112012.mp3

We’re lucky to have good quality people like this competing to represent us.

And by the way, the Western Mass. media consortium did a fine job handling this debate, especially moderator Jim Madigan of the local public TV outlet.

OK, enough Mr. Nice Guy.

What was galling about last night’s debate was the numbing regularity with which both Warren and Brown repeat tired nostrums that they must know are nonsense.

Perhaps to the very casual political observer, these are fresh epiphanies, but even for someone who is used to hearing well-disciplined pols repeat the same lines over and over and over again, the Senate race is becoming alarmingly redundant "

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