God forbid he should hear a dissenting point of view...
It's a case of mistaken identity -- the kitchen table was not his, but belonged to his inlaws and was in their apartment, which is in his home, Jim Regan, a member of the Braintree Demcratic town committee, said Saturday.
Facing heat for allowing Republican Senate candidate Gabriel Gomez to come to his house May 13 and explain his political views and policy positions, Regan said the invitation came from his inlaws, David and Pat Lear, ages 84 and 76, who live in an apartment in Regan's house on Hobart Road.
The meeting took place in their apartment. Gomez is opposing Democratic U.S. Rep. Edward Markey in the contest for the special Senate seat next month.
"I did absolutely nothing wrong," Regan said Saturday afternoon, as his other phone lept ringing with incoming calls.
"I have been getting calls all day, because the story just grew and this has gotten blown out of proportion," he said. "All put together, it makes me into a bad Democrat and I know I am a good Democrat."
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