Via Mother Jones:
A little more than two years ago to the day, while locked in a tight race with Republican Scott Brown for the vacant Massachusetts Senate seat, Martha Coakley, the state attorney general, offered up the quote that no number of foreclosure fraud lawsuits will be able to wipe from her obituary. Asked about her hands-off campaign style, she pushed back: "As opposed to standing outside Fenway Park? In the cold? Shaking hands?"
On Saturday, Elizabeth Warren, the Democrat who's challenging Brown in November, tweeted this photo:
A lot of progressives were upset that Obama did not appoint Warren to the Consumer Protection agency. With the strong likelihood that it would have to be a recess appointment, running against Scott Brown looks like a much better option for Warren.