When I read Scott Brown had once posed nude for some women’s magazine, and heard him making cheap jokes at his daughter’s expense during his election speech, I had a pretty good idea he would turn out no good. Presented as a Tea Party victory, I never really agreed. He made a big deal about driving a pick up truck and wearing western shirts, but I never bought it. To me, he just had that liberal look to him. Mind you, Massachusetts sent the womanising old fool Teddy Kennedy back to the Senate year after year, so getting them to elect a creep like Brown was probably as much as could ever be expected.
Brown is still pretty popular of course in liberal Massachusetts but the Conservatives who chipped in with funds to help Brown win the election want their money back.
The trust’s executive director, Scott Wheeler, said supporters knew Mr. Brown wasn’t going to be a die-hard conservative when they supported him early and often in his run against Martha Coakley, the Democratic state attorney general and once heavy favorite to succeed Mr. Kennedy. But Mr. Wheeler said he and his group’s conservative backers are now disillusioned, citing Mr. Brown’s vote to ratify the New Strategic Arms Reduction Treaty (New START) with Russia, which the group sharply opposed. “New START is something he should have been able to vote against,” Mr. Wheeler said.
The group wants Scott Brown to return the $100,000 they gave to his campaign or at the very least donate it to charity.
He’s for Obamacare, homosexual marriage and pro abortion. He voted for the jobs bill, and voted for Barney Frank’s Financial Stability Act. He should never have run as a Republican. If he’d been honest he would have run as an Independent or perhaps even a Democrat. I reckon he should give the money back. There far too much of this treacherous stuff going on in politics and it will only stop when we the voters stop supporting such charlatans.