Why would Sarah Palin be in Massachusetts at all?

That’s the question posed by the Founding Bloggers:

Dems Are Panicking In Massachusetts
January 12, 2010

[via Reaganite Republican]

Frantic over the possibility that a Democrat might lose the race to replace Sen. Ted Kennedy in Massachusetts, the Democratic National Committee has sent its top spinner, Hari Sevugan, to the aid of Democratic candidate Martha Coakley, who appears to be rapidly losing ground to Republican Scott Brown. But what can Sevugan do to shore up Coakley’s struggling campaign? Well, he spent his first day on the job trying to tie Brown to Sarah Palin.

Smells like someone is crapping their pants. The panic continues:

Early Monday afternoon, Sevugan sent out an email to reporters featuring a link to a story on the lefty website TPM. The headline: “Is Sarah Palin Avoiding Mass Senate Race?” The story quoted a Democratic strategist saying that “it’s interesting” that Palin is “nowhere to be found in this race.”

Actually, it’s interesting that a year into his presidency, Obama would be considered toxic to the chances of the Progressive-Democrat attempting to replace Ted Kennedy. He’s the ghost in this race.

Sarah Palin on the other hand is not an elected official, or head of either party in this contest. Why would she be there at all?

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