Scott Brown Writes Ticket for GOP Defeat


Scott Brown, Republican former senator from Massachusetts, is showing the exactly wrong/incorrect way to do it. Scott Brown is writing the ticket to guarantee Republican defeat, based on what we know. I’m not gonna repeat the whole first hour. I’m not gonna repeat any of it. (If you missed it, go to

I realize some of you low-information voters are just now getting up. (laughing) What am I talking about? They’re not even listening here! Never mind. Sorry, folks. Here’s the Scott Brown news: “Scott Brown of Massachusetts on Wednesday became the first sitting Republican senator to voice support for a federal assault weapons ban after the Newtown, Conn., shootings. Brown failed to win re-election in November, however, and won’t be in Congress to vote on gun legislation.”

He said, “As a state legislator in Massachusetts, I supported an assault weapons ban thinking other states would follow suit. But unfortunately they have not and innocent people are being killed.” He has guaranteed that, if he’s gonna stay a Republican, he’s gonna lose forever now. This is how Republicans lose. He may pick up some independents with it, but I don’t even think he’s gonna do that.

This is how Republicans lose. They move to the left. They get embarrassed of who they are. They become afraid of espousing conservative principles, and they move to the left, and they water themselves down, and they lose. Perfect example. What Scott Brown is doing here is exactly what the Republican Party has been doing. It’s what they’re doing now. By the way, they lose the election and what do they do?



Sign up for our daily email and get the stories everyone is talking about.


Previous post

Do We Want to Reach the Low-Info Crowd?

Next post

TIME: Obama Appealed to Low-Information Morons

Join the conversation!

We have no tolerance for comments containing violence, racism, vulgarity, profanity, all caps, or discourteous behavior. Thank you for partnering with us to maintain a courteous and useful public environment where we can engage in reasonable discourse.