The yellow two-story house, squeezed snugly into a blue-collar neighborhood, has been Edward Markey’s link to his congressional district since he ran for office 37 years ago, and the place that he has called home since he was a toddler. But his critics view the house as the place he has left behind when he became a figure in Washington, married a Beltway player, and purchased a grander house, triple the size, on a leafy cul de sac in Maryland.The great moments of modern day liberalism.
Thursday, February 14, 2013
The Boston Globe reports:
Posted by Steve Bartin at 4:26 AM