16 posts categorized "SCOTT BROWN"
Drudge thinks Senator Obama urging black people to better themselves is an oratorical live boy/dead girl nugget from the past.
As of now, there is a .6% chance of an electoral college tie between Obama and Romney.
President Obama hasn't been cramming too hard for tonight's debate—he visited Hoover Dam yesterday.
Biggest difference between Obama's plan and Romney's plan? Obama has one.
Sen. Scott Brown (R-Massachusetts) accidentally tells the truth—Justice Antonin Scalia is his fave Supreme Court lifer.
Mitt Romney's debate zingers revealed.
Bipartisan: Mitt Romney sucked as a governor.
Romney has spent about $50 million running for office, is still worth a quarter of a billion.
Don't scoff at his promise to lay some zingers on President Obama in Denver tonight:
Sen. (for now) Scott Brown (R-Massachusetts) has been hitting his opponent Elizabeth Warren pretty hard for allegedly fudging her ancestry, claiming she was Native American when it suited her and white when it didn't. It's hogwash, and Warren is turning his mean-spirited and petty attacks into a plus with this great ad.
But now, Brown's own staffers have resorted to doing "Indian whoops" and making tomahawk gestures, something Brown is tepidly disavowing.
Is this a "Macaca" moment, even if Brown himself didn't do it? Hopefully. Warren is an amazing candidate that Massachusetts does not deserve if it doesn't vote her in over Brown, a pretty and pretty right-wing stooge.
Video of the incident after the jump...
This is the number of people who showed up to VOLUNTEER for future Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-Massachusetts) last night! Via MoveOn.org.
From here: As these 1984 knitting-catalog photos show, Sen. Scott Brown (R-Massachusetts) was an adorable model—I think it would be great if he went back to being one.
Another after the jump...
Sen. Scott Brown (R-Massachusetts) has come out as a sexual-abuse survivor in an upcoming 60 Minutes interview. Brave of him, and always sad to hear that these things happen. So many survivors have too much shame to ever speak out.
The legislative repeal of Don't Ask, Don't Tell is apparently dead—its cloture vote failed today on party lines, with asswipe Democrat Joe Manchin of West Virginia the only Democrat voting against it and cloture-teaser Susan Collins (R-Maine) the only Republican voting for it. Collins voted for it only symbolically—she waited until the very end to switch to a yes.
President Obama's "strategy" (or lack thereof) and HRC's endorsement of it was a complete and utter failure; all he can do now is own up to that and offer something proactive—which he's been dead-set against doing so far—like an executive order or dropping the government's appeal of the Log Cabin Republican case against it.