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Senator Scott Brown (above) and Governor Deval Patrick warmed up for tomorrow’s St. Patrick’s Day breakfast in South Boston by attending a roast at the American Legion Hall in Dedham yesterday. Brown shook hands but, unlike Patrick, fired no barbs. Senator Scott Brown (above) and Governor Deval Patrick warmed up for tomorrow’s St. Patrick’s Day breakfast in South Boston by attending a roast at the American Legion Hall in Dedham yesterday. Brown shook hands but, unlike Patrick, fired no barbs. (Jonathan Wiggs/ Globe Staff)
By Michael Levenson
Globe Staff / March 13, 2010

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Scott Brown, Martha Coakley, Menino over Floon, six candidates for governor — it should not be too hard to find material for the annual St. Patrick’s Day breakfast in South Boston tomorrow morning. Massachusetts politics this year provides a target-rich environment for comedians and politicians trying to be comedians. (Full article: 881 words)

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