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Elizabeth Warren talks to supporters.
Senator Scott Brown said today that he will accept a debate at the Edward M. Kennedy Institute, but only on the condition that Vicki Kennedy stay neutral in the election and MSNBC drop out as the sponsor.
Furthermore, Brown says that he can only get asked about the Boston Red Sox and Celtics and how awesome they are.

And Elizabeth Warren has to wear an "I love Hitler" T-shirt.

Brown has agreed to two radio debates, including one being moderated by Dan Rea, a conservative-leaning talk show host, and another hosted by Margery Eagan, a Boston Herald columnist...
What, was Newsmax not available? The Herald, of course, is the city's right-wing newspaper which has relentlessly flogged the "Warren is a fake Native American" non-story. Brown is desperately trying to stay on safe territory.

But hey, can you blame him? He's woefully out-of-touch with his state's electorate, so if he can hide the "debates" on wingnut radio, that would be a plus for him.

But telling a widow to shut the fuck up? That level of crassness you couldn't make up.

3:31 PM PT:
Scott Brown will only debate if there are double stuffed oreos and whole milk available after. #scottbrowndebatedemands
@emilyslist via SMX:Thrive
3:49 PM PT:
The Warren campaign has to pay for Curt Schilling's debts. #scottbrowndebatedemands #masen
@ArjunJaikumar via web

Originally posted to kos on Mon Jun 18, 2012 at 03:24 PM PDT.

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