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as you can read in Peter Gelzinis's column, Liz Warren’s jabs get under Scott Brown’s skin.

Remember, the Herald is the paper of choice for working class whites, the kind of Dems that Brown must win to hold his seat.

try just the first two paragraphs:  

When Elizabeth Warren forced Scott Brown to come out with this gem, “I want to protect the job creators who are getting up in the middle of the night and creating jobs ...” I began to think Mickey Ward’s trainer, Art Ramalho, got it right.

I mean, who’s getting up in the middle of the night and creating jobs? The guy who makes the doughnuts? Those “kings and queens” Scott’s been on the phone with? The State Department honchos who allegedly showed Scott the bin Laden death photos?

He calls Brown "Sen. Barn Jacket" and says of Warren "She knows how to punch and counter punch."

You can read the piece, which is relatively short.

He keeps it in the frame of a boxing match, even when near the end he offers some criticism of Warren, but ...   well, read this for yourself:

Personally, I think the one subject Warren left on the table unanswered was Brown’s charges about the role she played as a lawyer for Travelers Insurance.

Otherwise, I give her the decision on points.

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