Poll: Should Scott Brown Take Money From Yankees President?

After running pro-Red Sox ads, a donation to Scott Brown's senate campaign surfaces from New York Yankee's president.


Politics is a rough game that is not for the weak of heart. As it turns out, it's probably not a great game for sports fans either.

This morning the Boston Herald reported that U.S. Senator and incumbent Scott Brown took a campaign donation from Randy Levine, the president of the evil empire.

"It’s one thing to be bipartisan, Senator, but this is taking it a little too far. There’s no compromising in baseball," the article said.

If you've been listening to the radio lately you may have heard Brown's latest spot that not only praises Fenway Park, but also ends with the phrase "Go Red Sox."

Do you think it's okay for Brown to be supporting the Sox and taking money from the president of the Yankees. Does the biggest rivalry in sports roll over in to politics as well? Take our poll and share your feelings in the comments.

Jim Rizoli April 22, 2012 at 03:47 PM
If that was going to be the case then no one would get money. What will you ask next their religious status? Jim@ccfiile.com
lisamoo April 22, 2012 at 06:12 PM
Yes! That way he can get the heck out of MA!


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