Skip to comments.Scott Brown rents Fred Thompson's condo
Posted on 02/16/2010 10:29:48 AM PST by iowamark
FOX25, myfoxboston - Senator Scott Brown has found a Washington, D.C. garage for his old pickup truck.
The Boston Herald reports Brown will rent actor and former Tennessee Senator Fred Thompson's Washington condo as he looks for a more permanent home.
The six-room condo is on Pennsylvania Avenue and has reportedly been assessed at more than $700,000.
The building, which is called the Residences at Market Square, has an underground garage. Its unclear if Brown will park his truck there.
I guarantee that this rental agreement will receive more coverage, and more IRS scrutiny, than Obama/Rezko.
Scott Brown is the one guy who’s standing between liberty and Barack Obama’s ideal socialist utopia. I’m not sure I’m entirely comfortable with the whole world knowing where he lives - and by “the whole world”, I mean the rabid far left-wing freaks who aren’t very happy with Brown, or what he represents.
Market Square is a nice property - Navy Memorial is located there.
Convenient to the Capitol and a lot of good restaurants. Many of them live in Georgetown and McLean, and have horrible commutes. His commute will be a breeze.
He should park his pickup trick on Gaffemaster B’s front lawn!
Yes, the Navy Memorial is beautiful and subtle.
How fitting. Both went to Washington in a pick up truck. I hope Scott Brown will follow Fred’s example and stay only as long as he can be effective for the people. Fred Thompson knew when it was time to do bigger things. Best of luck to both.
Looks like the truck has found a home in DC.
Where’s the pictures?
Maybe Fred’s left some reading material around for Mr. Brown. Scott has got the youth, the looks, the vitality and the love of a good fight. If the Warrior-Poet Fred Thompson, can erase some of that NE Republican out of Brown, he could have some extraordinary potential.
Residences at Market Square
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