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Martha Antoinette Coakley blunders again: Calls Red Sox great Curt Schilling “Yankees fan”

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By Michelle Malkin  •  January 15, 2010 09:43 PM


Martha Antoinette (Photoshop credit: Ruby Slippers)

Lots of readers e-mailing tonight about Martha Antoinette Coakley’s latest gaffetastically gaffetastic blunder. In attacking New Yorker Rudy Giuliani’s campaigning for GOP challenger Scott Brown, Coakley tries to lump Boston Red Sox great Curt Schilling (who blogged about Coakley’s loser campaign the other day) as a Yankees fan, too.

You’ll get a chuckle out of the interviewer WBZ host/veteran Boston journalist Dan Rea’s disbelief — and Coakley’s lame attempt to take back the clueless insult. Crikey, can you imagine if Sarah Palin had said this?!:

I said tonight on the Glenn Beck Show that out-of-touch careerist Martha’s tongue will be her ultimate undoing. She keeps proving it…every hour! After dissing Catholic medical professionals, Fenway Park sports fans, and baseball legends, there’s not much lower you can go.

Well, actually, just wait another hour. She’ll find a way…

Attention, Saturday Night Live: Martha Antoinette Coakley is comedy gold. Who will you get to play her?

One more thing, SNL: Let Curt Schilling do a cameo!

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Psst, Martha: Just in case you didn’t know, Boston’s Paul Revere was on America’s side, not Britain’s.

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