Skip to comments.Scott Brown on Cochran's Mississippi tactics: "I don't care."
Posted on 06/28/2014 6:02:09 PM PDT by ObamahatesPACoal
Caller: "Mr Brown, I'm very interested to get your thoughts on Eric Cantor's defeat. Your reply to Howie Carr's question on what happened in Mississippi. Here is my translation of what you just said: "I am very happy that the corrupt Republican leadership defeated the person who was voted in; who won the Republican votes."
Scott Brown blames Cantor's loss on running for Speaker. Then he talks Cochran.
Brown:"And we need to unify regardless of who's in charge right now, who's been elected and who's nominated. It's down south. It's a different state. I don't care. I'm focusing on right now in New Hampshire meeting everybody I can."
Dirtbag. He’s going to lose
Somebody tell me again why they think that the Republicans having a majority in the US Senate would be a good idea. They scare me.
These are not the kind of people we should be sending to DC
He said it. He also needs a lot of money from the RNC. That’s why he said it. He’s 10 points behind in NH right now.
No, you don’t , do you, Scott?
At this point it’s not going to matter as I suspect he is going to lose.
These are not the kind of people we should be sending to DCIMO, the kind of people we should be sending to DC are no longer willing to immerse themselves in the slime of politics.
Brown ran on The Tea Party momentum and won and voted for Dem policies and lost. Now, he still has one foot in both camps and is losing again.
Exactly. He can tread the murky waters he put himself in, FAIC.
Well you and your bosses can
KISS MY Azz!
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