It was a genuine touching moment, but I wonder if this will be seen as a form of weakness in a leader. Even your Mountain of a Man has shed a tear from time to time, and I am cognizant of the fact that there is no way to control this emotional reaction, but I fear that the political spin will be vicious with this one.
Generally, I felt that Baker looked tired and stressed during this debate, and he never regained a sense of composure after his weeping. He still has the Nanepashemet Nod.... although I can't say the same for Seth Moulton, who is hosting Joe Biden in Lynn tomorrow and has emerged as a totally partisan Democrat.
I was looking for Seth to be a leader, but it seems that he is a follower of Liberal demagoguery. Takes broad swipes at his opponent solely because his opponent is a Republican.... not because of a disagreement on the issues. Stands next to phonies like Liz Warren, the despicable liar who claims to be a minority as an American Indian. Sorry Seth.... I am so disappointed that you have become a Partisan Politician. I had hoped that you would stand on your own two feet instead of filing in lockstep with the Herd.
Enjoy your time with Nancy Pelosi. Nanepashemet Nod is Now Negated.