Skip to comments.Scott Brown Accepts Senate Debate With Elizabeth Warren, As Long As MSNBC Drops Out As Sponsor
Posted on 06/19/2012 8:43:09 AM PDT by Clint N. Suhks
On Monday, Massachusetts Republican Sen. Scott Brown said he would accept a debate between himself and Democratic senate candidate Elizabeth Warren at the Edward M. Kennedy Institute so long as MSNBC drops out as the debates sponsor.
Brown was invited to the debate by Vicki Kennedy, second wife of the late Sen. Ted Kennedy. Brown also stipulated that as part of his accepting to participate in the September 27 debate that Kennedy must remain neutral and not endorse either candidate.
The third in what will be a series of senatorial debates in the Bay State, many of Browns supporters were questioning whether it would be beneficial to his campaign to accept a debate that is being hosted by a liberal Democrat and is sponsored by a left-leaning cable news network.
In a letter to the Edward M. Kennedy Institute, Browns campaign manager, Jim Barnett, sounded a note of caution in their acceptance of the terms of the final debate.
In order to proceed, we need to know that in keeping with the spirit of neutrality expressed in Vicki Kennedys letter that she will not endorse or otherwise get involved in this race, writes Barnett.
In the letter, Barnett offered muted praise for former NBC News anchor Tom Brokaw, who has been tapped to moderate the debate in a Senate contest that has widely come to be seen as an ideological proxy battle symbolic of the nations political divide:
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Now, if even a RINO (Yet the best we could get in MA.) is going to call out and bail on an MSNBC event why can’t some of the “real” conservatives call out MSNBC and the rest of the LSM.
Why debate her? Is the squaw that big of a challenge?
Uggh....msnbc speak with forked tongue.....send out many lying smoke signals.....Paleface Lizzie much needum their help......
Scott should show up for the debate wearing the biggest cowboy hat he can find.
BO is just the latest turd in the punch bowl. The LSM is the turd producing a**holes hanging over it.
Until the LSM is completely discredited, there will just be other turds dropped on us.
He was invited by a Kennedy?
Is that not like stepping in feces?
Have your adult children used the Native American designation on applications for college, grad school, scholarships, and jobs?
LOL! That’s funny!
Is that her daughter? They both have VERY similar cheekbones...
“Is that her daughter? They both have VERY similar cheekbones..”
Her daughter is a Sioux. However she don’t look Sioux-ish to me.
This is awesome and superbly timed given the Wawa story.
The only problem with this debate is that Liawatha will not be asked about any of this.
By the next day, it will all be scrubbed and the narrative will change to Scott Brown’s problems.
LOTS of great stuff about Lie-a-watha aka The Cigar Store Indian of Massachusetts politics aka Elizabeth "Cherokee Zero" Warren here:
Respectfully disagree. The Warren-Indian story has gotten so much attention, the actual issues pale in comparison. I prefer ‘R’s to win on the merit, on the issues, in the right, in support of the Constitution. BUT, when a non-issues story like this, with LONG legs, comes around, let’s run with it. Seems to me that most conservatives, indies (1/32 and greater), and ‘rats going into the voting booth will have heard of the story, and will at least picture it if not think of it when filling in the ballot. It will work to Scott’s advantage.
Paleface Lizzie....she teepee creeper at Harvard.....make heap big wampum lying.....Harvard Crimson really red-faced about Paleface Lizzie.....her think buffalo chips are from New York taters....Paleface Lizzie want Boston baseball team renamed Boston Caucasian Sox....it be many moon since Paleface Lizzie tell truth.....
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