Oh, My: Worcester Police Reject Prosecutor Coakley; Unions Endorse Republican Brown

There was every reason in the world for the Police Union to endorse Coakley.

Despite the idea that police tend to be somewhat conservative, police unions usually endorse the Democrat.

But here?

The Worcester police unions are endorsing Brown.

Republican U.S. Senate candidate Scott Brown yesterday accepted the endorsement of the Police Departments two major unions [in Worcester].

Local 911, New England Police Benevolent Association, and Local 504, International Brotherhood of Police Officers, handed their endorsement to the state senator. The endorsement comes one day after a debate in which Mr. Brown and his main opponent, Democrat Attorney General Martha Coakley, squared off. The special election to fill the seat formerly held by Sen. Edward M. Kennedy will be held Tuesday.

Sgt. Donald E. Cummings, president of Local 504, said Mr. Browns service in the National Guard shows that he knows the threat of terrorism is real, and understands the role public safety personnel play in protecting residents.

Stephen Gunnerson, president of Local 911 patrolmens union, called Mr. Brown a tireless advocate for public safety. He cited Mr. Browns support for Jessicas Law and Haleys Bill and his support for sex offender and CORI reform.

In fairness, Brown was a JAG, too, so it's not as if there's nothing in his record police would find appealing.

Posted by: Ace at 11:19 AM



Comments

1 I'm starting to really like Brown. Really. Maybe lust. Mmmm, mmmm, mm

Posted by: dagny at January 14, 2010 11:21 AM (cpDbl)

2
Oh NOES!
Police are Palin-Teabaggers!






Posted by: pre-paid sex monster at January 14, 2010 11:24 AM (0fzsA)

3 Get the stompy boots on Coakley, stat. And the short skirt. Cops fall for sex appeal every time.

Posted by: Democrat Strategist at January 14, 2010 11:25 AM (gbCNS)

4 My money is on the deal to exempt unions form the Cadillac Tax will go inoperative after the MA Senate election is over.

Posted by: Neo at January 14, 2010 11:26 AM (tE8FB)

5 Worcester is blue collar. This is huge.

Posted by: loppyd at January 14, 2010 11:26 AM (tG+m6)

6 "...his support for sex offender and CORI reform."

Support for sex offender...reform? Not sure what that refers to, but such odd dynamics here, when you link that to her handling of the Amirault sex abuse case. The Republican for sex offender reform and the Democrat for locking up sex offenders, even if theyre innocent.

Posted by: CJ at January 14, 2010 11:27 AM (9KqcB)

7 Ouch, thats going to leave a mark.

Posted by: TC at January 14, 2010 11:28 AM (DYJjQ)

8 The earth already tried to swallow up Haiti. Things like this make me believe the Apocalypse may be upon us.

Posted by: Steve L. at January 14, 2010 11:28 AM (Gkhxf)

9 It's significant that union LEADERS are endorsing Brown.

Posted by: davidt at January 14, 2010 11:29 AM (kheDT)

10 BEJEEZERS...someone has had too much coffee this morning!

Posted by: dananjcon at January 14, 2010 11:29 AM (pr+up)

11 It is clear to me that the Massachussetes Police Union acted stupidly.

Posted by: Ben at January 14, 2010 11:30 AM (wuv1c)

12 Ace,

if Brown wins the Senate race, when are where are we morns going to have the AoS celebratory lacrosse game followed by the rapefest?1


1 - as opposed to a "rape-rapefest"

Posted by: BumperStickerist at January 14, 2010 11:31 AM (ruzrP)

13 Brown certainly seems to have the momentum factor on his side. I beginning to wonder if there aren't some Dems out there hoping (and maybe helping him, by not helping Coakley) that he pulls this out. This would serve two purposes, give them a foil for Obamacare and force a redraw (something I think a lot of them would prefer at this point) and further damage Obama's reach/influence. You can't tell me that there aren't many Dems out there that bristle at being browbeat into their own political suicide for the sake of Obama (a young upstart by any objective measure) and wouldn't mind having his reach clipped a bit.

Posted by: volfan at January 14, 2010 11:31 AM (Lq6p6)

14 HAA, HA!!!

Posted by: Nelson at January 14, 2010 11:31 AM (ngD76)

15 I wonder if Rahm Emmanuel thinks this type of crisis shouldn't go to waste.

Posted by: BumperStickerist at January 14, 2010 11:32 AM (ruzrP)

16 I guess the dozen donuts sent to Worcester Police HQ didn't do the trick...

Posted by: joejm65 at January 14, 2010 11:33 AM (O3dMD)

17 Please, Please, Please, Dear God, Please! (Praying that Scott Brown takes this thing!)

Posted by: runningrn at January 14, 2010 11:33 AM (CfmlF)

18 Sounds like a few more people need a little shovin'.

Posted by: M. Meehan at January 14, 2010 11:33 AM (VtC6V)

19 I don't really understand how Mass would be for this national Healthcare bill. Don't they already have a state version of it? Didn't it raise premiums, cost of service, and decrease options of what doctors you can see?

Posted by: Ben at January 14, 2010 11:34 AM (wuv1c)

20 Unprecedented

Posted by: dagny at January 14, 2010 11:34 AM (cpDbl)

21 Byron York:

But while no one was watching, Brown worked hard, made contacts, put out his own signs, even called up radio shows himself to try to draw attention to his campaign. He told his staff he was noticing something; people seemed receptive and open to the idea of a Republican senator. A good while later, when Brown visited the venerable Erie Pub in Dorchester, and the equally venerable Doyle's in Jamaica Plain, his staffers were astonished to see customers who fit the profile of lifelong Democrats tell Brown he had their vote. "The last Republican I voted for was Reagan," one man said. "I haven't voted for a Republican since Bush's dad," said another. Now, they may cross party lines one more time.

Posted by: Pike Place Pete at January 14, 2010 11:34 AM (qD3QA)

22 A Navy Officer ha. I knew I liked the guy

Posted by: nevergiveup at January 14, 2010 11:34 AM (0GFWk)

23 when is the election? Tuesday the 19th?

Posted by: Ben at January 14, 2010 11:34 AM (wuv1c)

24 Rahm will declare a state of emergency in Worcester

(love that scrappy, economically-depressed town!)

Posted by: ParisParamus at January 14, 2010 11:34 AM (bN5ZU)

25 This is clearly just an isolated endorsement.

Posted by: BHO at January 14, 2010 11:35 AM (VtC6V)

26

BOOM!

Who else wants some, eh?

Posted by: G*d's Wrath at January 14, 2010 11:35 AM (fx8sm)

27 In other New England political news:

NH's Attorney General, Republican Kelly Ayotte leads incumbent Democrat Senator Paul Hodes 49% to 40%


Posted by: loppyd at January 14, 2010 11:36 AM (tG+m6)

28 My bet is they want to keep Coakley as the AG because she is doing such a "Great Job."

Posted by: Picric at January 14, 2010 11:36 AM (+gOK7)

29 Republican party platform governance should result in solvant fiscal policy. This leads to COLA's and fully funded medical benefits for government employees. Unfortunately Republicans have been just as profligate as DemocRATS and now we have layoffs, furloughs, pay cuts, benefit cuts affecting gov employees. Unions think only Dems can fix this. They also think that only universal health care can provide for their members. They have become henchmen of the Dems.
Rep candidates have done little to nothing to sell themselves to unions. It doesn't have to be this way.

Posted by: torabora at January 14, 2010 11:36 AM (EvboQ)

30 Gonna have bus in lots of ACORNs to steal this one.

Posted by: kansas at January 14, 2010 11:36 AM (i0WE5)

31 when is the election? Tuesday the 19th?

Posted by: Ben at January 14, 2010 11:34 AM (wuv1c)
Yes indeedy.

Posted by: loppyd at January 14, 2010 11:36 AM (tG+m6)

32 There was an old Coakley of Worcester Who dreamt that a rooster seduced her. She woke with a scream, But 'twas only a dream. A cops' union had goosed her.

Posted by: andycanuck at January 14, 2010 11:36 AM (2qU2d)

33 I suspect those police officers were dark-toned negros with a heavy negro dialect. Best to ignore those people.

Posted by: Harry Reid at January 14, 2010 11:37 AM (V9SYy)

34 I don't really understand how Mass would be for this national Healthcare bill. Don't they already have a state version of it? Didn't it raise premiums, cost of service, and decrease options of what doctors you can see? Posted by: Ben at January 14, 2010 11:34 AM (wuv1c)
We're not for the nuances of various healthcare bills so much as the letter (D) and the name Kennedy.

Posted by: Massachusettes Voeter at January 14, 2010 11:37 AM (VtC6V)

35 Evidently the police don't think evil clowns and robots are valid excuses to put someone away either.

Posted by: Mortis at January 14, 2010 11:37 AM (hA5JK)

36 Boston Herald's Howie Carr:
Which is why the city was buzzing yesterday with unconfirmed reports that Barack Obama may have changed his mind about staying out of the race. The rumor was that he may fly into Boston this weekend on behalf of the flailing Coakley, whose lead in the latest poll has shrunk to two points. Coakley is still favored to win, but what Brown calls the machine is stunned. In the most recent Rasmussen poll, Brown leads Coakley among independents 71-23.
They are in an absolute panic mode, one prominent Bay State Democrat was saying yesterday. They dont care if bringing in Barack energizes the Republicans and independents - how much more energized can they get? Obamas people have to get the minority vote out, and Coakley sure cant do it herself. Its risky, but it may be the only way now to save her.

Posted by: Pike Place Pete at January 14, 2010 11:38 AM (qD3QA)

37 when is the election? Tuesday the 19th?
Posted by: Ben at January 14, 2010 11:34 AM (wuv1c)

yes and democratic court challenges to begin on the 20th

Posted by: nevergiveup at January 14, 2010 11:38 AM (0GFWk)

38 @33

Winner of thread.

Posted by: Zuggs at January 14, 2010 11:38 AM (TpXEI)

39 Wow. Well, I'm SURE this has nothing to do with it, but I remember after the Gates/Crowley incident, the MA police were not very happy with Obama and one police woman (medium brown skinned, no Negro dialect) was quoted as saying she had voted for him in 08, but would definitely NOT vote for him again. In addition to the fact that the Dem officials in that state all sided with Gates. Who knows, maybe that incident turned them off to Democrats a bit.

Posted by: sydney jane at January 14, 2010 11:38 AM (T8h7U)

40 The only thing I have against Brown is that he is from Mass.

Posted by: dagny at January 14, 2010 11:38 AM (cpDbl)

Posted by: kansas at January 14, 2010 11:39 AM (i0WE5)

42 The winner of the Special Election will be seated on January 21st.

Posted by: If It's Coakley at January 14, 2010 11:40 AM (VtC6V)

43 Well, that's good news, for sure. Sort of a counter to the rumors of quintillions of ACORNs, Panthers and SEIU thugs being mobilized and parachuted into Mass.

Posted by: Minnie Rodent at January 14, 2010 11:40 AM (PZLW0)

44 The winner of the Special Election will be seated on February 30th.

Posted by: If It's Brown at January 14, 2010 11:40 AM (VtC6V)

45 evil clowns
Redundant.

Posted by: Circa (Insert Year Here) at January 14, 2010 11:42 AM (B+qrE)

46 I'm loading up on popcorn. Going to be quite a show as the Democrats try anything they can to keep Brown from being sworn in if he's elected. Also amusing will be the reasons they give for thwarting the will of the electorate. Pretty hard to say "we support/represent the people" while trying to fuck them over at the same time.

Posted by: GarandFan at January 14, 2010 11:43 AM (ZQBnQ)

47 Despite the idea that police tend to be somewhat conservative, police unions usually endorse the Democrat.
That's for sure. Don't ever mistake the rank and file for the unions and the chiefs of police. Union members are never given a chance to vote on who they want the union to support.

Posted by: moi at January 14, 2010 11:44 AM (7FgWm)

48 I'm loading up on popcorn. Going to be quite a show as the Democrats
try anything they can to keep Brown from being sworn in if he's
elected. Also amusing will be the reasons they give for thwarting the
will of the electorate. Pretty hard to say "we support/represent the
people" while trying to fuck them over at the same time.

Actually, the Mass legislature has had a lot of practice doing exactly that.

Posted by: Farmer Joe at January 14, 2010 11:45 AM (z4es9)

49 He still may not win, given the incredibly steep odd going in, but it could set him up for a future run for governor.

A tax-cutting Republican who comes close to an upset Senate win over a heavily favored liberal Democrat and parleys that into a successful gubernatorial bid in a blue state. Im saying he could be the next Christie Whitman.

Posted by: CJ at January 14, 2010 11:45 AM (9KqcB)

50
Pretty hard to say "we support/represent the people" while trying to fuck them over at the same time.

That's just what they did with the gay marriage referendum.

Posted by: Mal at January 14, 2010 11:45 AM (Z+qzA)

51
evil clowns

Redundant.

Posted by: Circa (Insert Year Here) at January 14, 2010 11:42 AM (B+qrE)
Throw puppets in their, too. And dolls.

Posted by: loppyd at January 14, 2010 11:47 AM (tG+m6)

52 That's just what they did with the gay marriage referendum.


Posted by: Mal at January 14, 2010 11:45 AM (Z+qzA)
and income taxes....thanks to Felon Finneran.

Posted by: loppyd at January 14, 2010 11:47 AM (tG+m6)

53 Oh and I would just like to say ahead of time, I don't think Brown will win. I will put his odds at 3%. You have to understand that even if it is a tie, this state is a democratic machine and we all know what happens in close races like this.
However, I do think it will be a moral victory of sorts if he only loses by 5% of the vote. I think we will get several more democratic retirements if that happens.However, I am one of those people that would have rather had the retirees run, because it would have been easier to beat say Chris Dodd than whoever replaces him.

Posted by: Ben at January 14, 2010 11:48 AM (wuv1c)

54 BREAKING NEWS: Ted Kennedy endorses Coakley.

Posted by: ACORN at January 14, 2010 11:48 AM (gbCNS)

55 And Ted Kennedy writing election laws benefiting him, (wanting a special election held so the Repub Gov couldn't appoint someone), and then the Dem legislature and Kennedy rewriting them so they could appoint someone after he died. The MA legislature has one set of election laws, whatever benefits Democrats is the law if not they will just rewrite it. It is truly disgusting.

Posted by: Mr. Pink at January 14, 2010 11:50 AM (SqAkN)

56 Pres. Prompter has been on TV making bullshit speeches how many times so far today?

Posted by: Pocono Joe at January 14, 2010 11:51 AM (u40WU)

57 Phone bank......for Scott........fifteen people could make a difference. What pleasure to be in NY and make calls from home to enlighten Mass. to the excitement of Change.

Posted by: non_dhimmie at January 14, 2010 11:51 AM (zACGu)

58 I am willing to bet Ted Kennedy and Mary Jo Kopechne vote in this election

Posted by: Ben at January 14, 2010 11:51 AM (wuv1c)

59 Way OT, but potentially delicious:

Did anyone else see the linked story at conservative grapevine concerning cocaine in the White House?

Picture of 3 lines taken by iphone camera. Someone traced the coordinates to 1600 Pennsylvania Ave.

Is the story possibly true?

Posted by: Dave at January 14, 2010 11:53 AM (Xm1aB)

60
I am willing to bet Ted Kennedy and Mary Jo Kopechne vote in this election

Posted by: Ben at January 14, 2010 11:51 AM (wuv1c)
I know someone who wrote Mary Jo's name in the last time Kennedy ran.

Posted by: loppyd at January 14, 2010 11:56 AM (tG+m6)

61 Posted by: Dave at January 14, 2010 11:53 AM (Xm1aB)

Sounds incredibly phony.

Posted by: The Mega Independent at January 14, 2010 11:58 AM (VtC6V)

62 Despite the idea that police tend to be somewhat conservative, police unions usually endorse the Democrat.
My father retired from the Boston Police last year.You are correct that most cops are conservative. Most of them were in the military after all. Back in the 80's my dad was a big shot with the patrolman's union(BPPA) when they endorsed Bush 41 over Dukakis. It was such a big deal that my dad met the President and was invited to the inauguration. Anyway he told me yeterday that the BPPA wasn't endorsing anyone which is almost as good as endorsing Brown.

Posted by: Mal at January 14, 2010 12:03 PM (Z+qzA)

63 A comment from our man on the ground in Worcester (born and raised there, ex-Marine, current Army Guard):
"(redacted)found a flyer in her break room comparing and contrasting Brown and Coakley and brought it home to me. I have made copies and I'm leaving them everywhere I can think of. Coakley is your typical government leach, who wants healthcare for the world, terrorists to have rights under our Constitution, doesn't want Americans to have the right to bear arms, and wants illegal immigrants to have education benefits and more. Brown is the complete opposite, I don't disagree with much that he stands for. He has been upfront with his stance againist universal healthcare, big spending and big government. He destroyed her in a debate on Monday, she seriously said that there aren't terroists in Afghanistan and that we should be making a plan for withdrawing troops. Brown clowned on her. He has good buzz going on around here, and if he is unable to pull this off, I don't think anyone ever will. I will be extremely disappointed. People are already talking about abesentee ballots that will be falsified and used by the democrats on election day if Coakley is behind. This state is very corrupt, and I wouldn't put that past them."

Posted by: Mark in Portland at January 14, 2010 12:04 PM (+45yf)

64 26 BOOM! Who else wants some, eh?
Posted by: G*d's Wrath at January 14, 2010 11:35 AM (fx8sm)
Perhaps you could tap Pat Robertson on the shoulder?

Posted by: the Butcher at January 14, 2010 12:04 PM (8g9qq)

65 I don't really understand how Mass would be for
this national Healthcare bill. Don't they already have a state version
of it? Didn't it raise premiums, cost of service, and decrease options
of what doctors you can see?


Posted by: Ben at January 14, 2010 11:34 AM (wuv1c)

A Solid B+

Posted by: BHO at January 14, 2010 12:10 PM (7BU4a)

66 Union leaders always endorse a donk. Their rank and file make a decent living and pay taxes. they usually ignore the union recommendations at the state and nat'l levels. locally, they will get out and push hard for whoever promises to keep the money tap open, regardless of party, race or patois.

Posted by: mark c at January 14, 2010 12:11 PM (SBIko)

67 I don't really understand how Mass would be for
this national Healthcare bill. Don't they already have a state version
of it? Didn't it raise premiums, cost of service, and decrease options
of what doctors you can see?
Misery likes company.

Posted by: MikeO at January 14, 2010 12:16 PM (Ce+tv)

68 I'm thrilled to see this story from Worcester. First, because it's good news for Brown, second because the guy quoted in the article, Donnie Cummings, is a friend of mine. Haven't seen him in a while, but I've been texting him and some of his cop buddies since I heard about the endorsement.
Great job, WPD!

Posted by: Lincolntf at January 14, 2010 12:18 PM (rwlcW)

69 Brown would have this thing locked up but for the vote mining that will occur post election, in heavily democrat areas that need to be counted and recounted until they even have more votes than residents (see Washington state) or the MN Senate recount.
Anybody else notice that the recounts only stop after enough votes are 'found'?
How are we ever going to put a stop to this chicanery?

Posted by: Carmelita at January 14, 2010 12:19 PM (gq1Fx)

70 The rumor was that he may fly into Boston this weekend on behalf of the flailing Coakley,

I wonder if His Holiness showing would help or hinder Coakley.

Posted by: Beppo at January 14, 2010 12:20 PM (4u82p)

71 The police acted stupidly.

Posted by: Barry O at January 14, 2010 12:21 PM (pUO5u)

72 I don't know if this is good or bad.

Posted by: Vic at January 14, 2010 12:21 PM (QrA9E)

73 Rush yesterday:
I tell you what we actually need, folks, what we actually need is Obama going up there and as many Democrats as possible going up there to endorse and campaign for this woman because that would kill it. There's so much anti-incumbent, anti-Democrat, anti-political establishment, anti-machine sentiment up there that it would be great
This incident, by the way, with this Meehan clown pushing the reporter to the sidewalk and into that metal gate This is symbolic of the way the people are being pushed around by Democrats all over this country. The people of this country are being pushed around. They don't want health care. They don't want cap and trade. They don't want global warming. They don't want any of it and yet the Democrats are doing it anyway. We're all just being pushed around, and here it happened for one and all to see in Massachusetts.

Posted by: Pike Place Pete at January 14, 2010 12:23 PM (qD3QA)

74 Via Hot Air, Curt Schilling blogs:
Want ANOTHER reason to NOT vote for Martha Coakley???
Finally, has she forgotten who shes talking to? What state shes wanting to represent in the Senate? Its Massachusetts. You do not make sneering insults about Fenway Park. Whats she going to do next, insult the Red Sox? Thatd really just be the cherry on top of a delightful campaign. Fenway Park and the Red Sox are damned near sacred to Massachusetts residents, Bostonians in particular. Really, Im starting to think that she just doesnt want to get elected or something. Because anyone with half a modicum of sense knows that you do not go into Boston and mess with Fenway Park.

Posted by: Pike Place Pete at January 14, 2010 12:28 PM (qD3QA)

75 Not surprising. The western part of the state has felt disenfranchised for decades.

The Dems recently voted for an increase in sales tax to pay for the big-dig and for infrastructure and highway maintenance, while refusing to take down tolls for the Mass Pike which was paid for in full twenty five years ago, again by citizens living west of Route 128 (the inner beltway of Boston).





Posted by: Mr. Peabody at January 14, 2010 12:30 PM (4RsUF)

76 I live in Worcester. The police all over this state are mad at the democrats for cutting state aid to the cities and towns for The Quinn Bill. The Quinn Bill is legislation from about 30 years ago which stipulates that if an officer gets a college degree, he gets about 15 to 20 thousand dollars a year more than their base salary. Governor Patrick and his fellow democrats eliminated that legislation from the budget, leaving the cities and towns to deal with the cop's angry backlash. The police used to pretty much always endorse a democrat candidate. Now they are another alienated, pissed off at the democrats bunch. Welcome to the club, officers!

Posted by: bowel movement at January 14, 2010 12:32 PM (Fd5yK)

77 Oh yeah Bubba Clinton will be in Worcester tomorrow, stumping for Coakley.

Posted by: bowel movement at January 14, 2010 12:34 PM (Fd5yK)

78 77bowel movement

stumping for or stumping her?

Posted by: phoenixgirl at January 14, 2010 12:36 PM (ucxC/)

79 The cops really want to stick a shiv into gov Devil Patrick's nuts. So sticking it to his employee-- and their boss-- is pretty good.
that being said, the cops never cared for her. She's a politician who runs her office politically.

Posted by: Truman North at January 14, 2010 12:43 PM (FjC5u)

80 Phoenixgirl- I don't think even Bubba would stump, I mean stoop that low.

Posted by: bowel movement at January 14, 2010 12:44 PM (Fd5yK)

81 Did the Straight Talk Express take a detour?
I DIDNT grow up with all the advantages in life. My mom was on welfare for a time, but I had the support of a loving family I dont have all the advantages in this race either, and thats fine by me. Being the underdog has taught me to work harder, and to appreciate the opportunities of our state and our country...
Failure should be admitted in Washington, and not repeated...
Our nation is still at war with radical Islamic terrorists determined to destroy our way of life... My opponent would accord such terrorists all the rights our Constitution grants to citizens. I will treat them as enemy combatants who should face military justice.
They call me a long shot. But Im betting that a new day is coming...
http://tinyurl.com/yg3otlo

Posted by: Pike Place Pete at January 14, 2010 12:51 PM (qD3QA)

82 There's been buzz about Kelly Ayotte for a while. Some even say she could be a superstar.

Posted by: ACORN at January 14, 2010 01:02 PM (Lhn7j)

83 Damn sock.

Posted by: Tattoo De Plane at January 14, 2010 01:02 PM (Lhn7j)

84 Devil Patrick? Isn't he the [former?] president of Haiti?

Posted by: andycanuck at January 14, 2010 06:59 PM (2qU2d)

85 test

Posted by: andycanuck at January 17, 2010 11:24 AM (2qU2d)

86 chat
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