Mass. Democratic Chair Apologizes For Calling Scott Brown ‘Honorary Girl’

September 3, 2012 12:00 AM
Mass. Democratic Chair Apologizes For Calling Scott Brown ‘Honorary Girl’

" BOSTON (CBS) – Massachusetts Democratic Party Chairman John Walsh set off a controversy Monday by referring to Senator Scott Brown as “an honorary girl.”

" “We’ve got to say a few good things about him: He handsome, right? He’s still got the coat. He’s still got the truck. He’s a regular guy,” Walsh was quoted as saying.

“I mean, he spent a couple million dollars folding towels on TV to prove he’s an honorary girl. We appreciate that.”

Walsh made the comment during a breakfast for Massachusetts delegation members attending the Democratic National Convention in Charlotte.

He was referring to a campaign ad where Brown is pictured folding laundry.

WBZ NewsRadio 1030′s Lana Jones reports

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Brown, who spoke after marching in Marlboro’s Labor Day parade Monday, took offense to the comment "

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