Kerry Healey, You don't love MA
This question was about how Mitt Romney has been going around bad mouthing the state of Massachusetts while abroad, and whether or not Kerry Healey would stand up to him, and ask him to stop. Twice asked, she would not answer. The crowd turned on her like any other loyal citizens would when faced with the sudden realization that someone who wants to lead them won't stand up for them. Christy Mihos says it all when responding to her evasions, "Then you don't love Massachusetts!"
Healey has not campaigned on her merits achieved, or told us how she will keep all the promises she's making. She dragged our state into one of the most vicious smear campaigns ever seen in the entire union. Bringing insult to injury, she would rather keep in good favor with Mitt Romney than stand up for her constituents. Kerry Healey does not deserve to lead us, and her actions are not honorable. Even when faced with a mountain of evidence that Ben LaGuer may be innocent, she STILL used this man as a weapon against Deval Patrick in the last debate. For shame Kerry, in the words of Deval Patrick, "You're better than this." Just for the record, the next time you want to pack the audience with rehearsed supporters, like it seems you did in the last debate, try not to let them sound so contrived. Everybody suddenly just starts chanting "Kerry" all at the same time? They all act as one each and every time there is an opportunity to be disruptive? How dumb do you have to be not to see right through this misrepresentation? What a sad and telling act of desperation.
My hope is that after this race she will drop out of existence as a politician, and the only times I will see her from then on is in places she can do no more harm. Kerry Healey is the poster girl for a culture of corruption, spinning her own version of the truth, then accusing Mr. Patrick of misleading people about being in the courtroom. She knows quite well that Deval Patrick job was not in the courtroom, but at a level much higher, where important decisions about how to prosecute tough crimes are made. She is counting her lies not catching up to her until after the election, and on you, the people of Massachusetts, to decide things from your emotions rather than with truth and logic. My one fear is that if other states are any indication of how easily people allow themselves to be fooled, she may be right. What's it going to be people? Are you going to let Kerry Healey, lie cheat, and bully her way into our corner office?