Like the tea partiers who sprang to life under ideal growing conditions afforded by big-government overreach last year, Fenway Park's lush green turf is the real thing. In a tribute to America, head groundskeeper David Mellor — author of The Lawn Bible — mowed an American flag into centerfield a few years back. Above, Google Maps image of Fenway Park 2009. Click here to help send Mr. Brown to Washington.
“This to me feels like the clubhouse on the morning of Game Seven,” Yankee fan Red Sox ace pitcher Curt Schilling told ecstatic Scott Brown supporters at yesterday's "electric rally" overflowing Mechanics Hall in Worcester. Be sure to read the Boston Herald's full report for the sheer joy of it. With all bases loaded, Schilling hit the ball out of the park:
We know we’re going to win, but we have to play the game anyway … Rarely do we feel like we get a chance to make a difference. This is one of those times, and we cannot miss this opportunity.
How 'bout those Sox?
A taste of Brown's remarks, and then treat yourself to the whole thing:
What a privilege it is to share the stage with John Ratzenberger, Lenny Clarke, Doug Flutie, Curt Schilling, Fred Smerlas, Steve DeOssie, and many, many others - and my favorite singer, Ayla Brown.
As you know, Curt Schilling made the news just a couple of days ago when my opponent didn’t recognize his name. Of all the many false accusations she’s made in this campaign, one of the strangest was to call Curt Schilling a Yankees fan. Let me properly identify the guy she’s been smearing on the radio: His name is Curt Schilling, formerly of the World Champion Red Sox - you know, a baseball team that plays at Fenway Park …
The voters are doing their own thinking, and the machine politicians don’t quite know how to react. So they put in a distress call to Washington, and the next thing you know, Air Force One is landing at Logan.