When you’re a desperate Lizzie Warren, you might just do about anything to resurrect your flailing campaign. But bringing your Harvard hubby out of mothballs might not do the trick.
Starting off with an obvious fabrication isn’t helping.
Bruce Mann, the husband of Democratic candidate for U.S. Senate Elizabeth Warren, took to the campaign trail yesterday, telling the Herald his wife of 32 years is an authentic champion of the middle class who never dreamed of entering politics — until now.
Really, she never dreamed of it? Um, OK.
“The Elizabeth Warren they see in public … is the same Elizabeth Warren that I see in private,” said Mann, a fellow Harvard Law professor. “She’s not one person for one audience and another person for another. She can’t be anyone other than who she is.”
Yikes, she’s like this in private?
Some think it isn’t the best idea to drag out one elitist to help another.
One pundit said the campaigns shouldn’t expect Mann or Huff to make much of a difference — though Warren may want to avoid giving Mann too prominent a campaign role.
“It seems to me her husband’s a Harvard law professor, I’m not sure that’s good news,” said Marc Landy of Boston College. “It might be better if her husband grew up in Southie and his parents were cops and he worked his way up at Star Market or something.”
The guy doesn’t even realize if you’re posing with a beer trying to look like an average Joe that it might be a good idea to open it.
Yeah, he looks authentic. Speaking of authentic, yet more questions arise about Loony Lizzie’s academic qualifications. Stunner.