"Nobody in California that is running for office would take off for a weeklong vacation before the general election after a tough primary, and they probably would be standing out in front of Dodger Stadium or Candlestick Park shaking hands," he said, alluding to one of Coakley's widely cited gaffes involving the Boston Red Sox baseball team.
Candlestick Park? I hope no one is standing in front of Candlestick Park, b/c there wouldn't be any hands to shake. There hasn't been since 2000 when the Giants moved to PacBell Park, which is now called AT&T Park. And, funnier is that he said this "alluding to one of Coakley's widely cited gaffes involving the Boston Red Sox baseball team."
Yes, out of touch. And, that's just a campaign gaffe. The discontent with the ruling party and its agenda doesn't enter his mind as a problem that California might have. Again, out of touch.