Keith Olbermann, quickly becoming one of my personal heroes (isn't it nice to finally have a real journalist on TV?), has this feature he calls "the worst person ever." Basically, he takes talking points from the likes of Bill O'Reilly, Rush Limbaugh, Ann Coulter, and so on and quotes them on TV. As he quotes them, he ranks them in order of their pure evil-ness.
Now, Bluemassgroup posted on how Kerry Healey's campaign is the "worst Massachusetts has ever seen." Not only am I inclined to agree, but I think it's official: we can call Kerry Healey the worst person ever. She refused to condemn Mitt Romney's National Tour of Dissing Masachusetts, therefore condoning it. She not only refused to apologize for her most recent LaGuer attack ad, she's running it twice as often. She's rufused to condemn the group "Inmates for Deval," who have stalked 12 year old children until cops came.
The Washington Post has called Kerry Healey's campaign "as vicious as we've seen this cycle," all the while it's been ineffective and most of it is either patently false or distorted beyond all recognition. If my name were Keith Olbermann and I was the host of "Countdown," Kerry Healey would be my "Worst Person Ever." Why? Because she quite possibly could be.