Wednesday, January 13, 2010

Interesting Video From The Commonwealth Of Thugachusetts
Where's SEIU when you need them?



Here's some of the article from the Boston Herald;
Reporter roughed up outside Coakley fund-raiser
By Laura Crimaldi

A Weekly Standard reporter says he was roughed up last night outside a Washington, D.C. fund-raiser for Attorney General Martha Coakley by someone he believes is associated with her U.S. Senate campaign.

John McCormack, the magazine’s deputy online editor, writes about the incident outside the Sonoma restaurant in an online dispatch entitled: “We Report, We Get Pushed.”

According to McCormack’s account, Coakley took two questions from reporters after the event, but declined to respond to his question. McCormack wrote he asked Coakley whether she stood by statements she made during Monday’s debate about terrorists in Afghanistan.

He provided the following transcript of what happened:

“TWS: Attorney General Coakley, you said last night that there are no terrorists in Afghanistan--that they’re all in Yemen and Pakistan. Do you stand by that remark?

COAKLEY: I’m sorry, did someone else have a question?

GRIFF JENKINS, Fox News: I did. Why are you in Washington tonight?

COAKLEY: We planned an event after the primary that would be a unity event in Washington. We’re also in the middle of a very intense campaign ...”

McCormack wrote after Coakley finished her answer he followed her and asked her why health care industry lobbyists were supporting her at the fundraiser. He said she did not reply.


As he continued to walk down the street, he said a man who appeared to be associated with Coakley’s campaign pushed him into a freestanding metal rail.

“I ended up on the sidewalk. I was fine. He helped me up from the ground, but kept pushing up against me, blocking my path toward Coakley down the street,” he wrote.

McCormack said the man asked him whether he was with the media and he responded he works for the Weekly Standard.

His online entry includes a YouTube video of the incident, in which you can hear a man ask McCormack if he’s OK after he fell. The reporter then tangles with the same man, showing him a press credential as he tries to make his way around him.

McCormack wrote he eventually caught up to Coakley, who declined to answer his question.

4 Comments:

Blogger Sonja said...

He should have taken care of business with this guy. He should have gotten up and laid him out. I shouldn't be having to read anything other than "Journalist KOs Democratic Thug".

1:50 PM  
Blogger Al said...

Reports I read say the person who pushed McCormack was a former NARAL bigshot.

4:17 PM  
Blogger JLS said...

Good for the goon that it was in a faggot state and not in Texas or a few other states with Castle laws. What if the reporter was a skilled martial artist? What if he knew "myu" (mess you up) skills? Why don't we ever see reports where the goon gets taken to the cleaners, the dentists, the doctors?

But maybe we can call such politicians, loons with goons?

5:57 PM  
Blogger Bonum, Verum, Pulchrum said...

OOOOHHHH I would love to go one round with a NARAL "bigshot"!
In her commercials she looks a little dim witted, maybe thats just how all Dems look.

9:02 PM  

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