Skip to comments.Scott Brown Doesn’t Rule Out 2012 Presidential Bid (WTH??)
Posted on 01/31/2010 11:39:15 AM PST by pissant
Scott Brown Doesnt Rule Out 2012 Presidential Bid
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WTF? Is this guy a white version of Obama?
It is a big no from me.
Let him stay a Senator from the People’s Republic of MassaTaxes
Would you still say no to a Brown / Hayworth ticket?
Who do you favor?
I’ve lost a lot of respect for him with this media blitz. Maybe Obi was right about his truck.
Is anybody really surprised by this? Couldn’t you tell from the way he made that address election night? Of course, if Obama can do it, he can do it, too.
BTW, did anybody see the Scott Brown skit on SNL last night?
Based on what I have heard from Scott BRown - he sounds a h*ll of a lot better on protecting our borders, amnesty and illegal immigration than a lot of the “conservative” darlings mentioned here or loads of RINOs.
Yes, I would say no to any ticket with Brown on it. God bless his opposition to health care, but he needs to stay in Mass.
No Brown. I want a seasoned leader.
Somebody like Petrayus
Sarah Palin also has about as much experience, albeit as a governor--which, admittedly, counts for a bit more.
I'll support whomever gets the nomination--although I'm going to have to stifle my gag and vomit reflex if it's Huckabee.
uh Scott... no.
Your job is to vote “NO” on unconstitutional bills in support of statism.
Us Freepers will pick the GOP presidential candidate.
sometimes politicos get a little full of themselves.
I don’t think the nation is quite ready for a Kennedy Republican hauling the party ensign.
It wouldn’t hurt to get sworn in first and see how much you stay on the right side of the aisle.
Ahh..maybe some of the people here are not paying attention but Scott Brown, volunteers in MA and people who came into the state to help, contributors from around the country including myself helped kill ObamaCare.
It wasn’t Sarah or her running mate McCain or Bobby Jindal or Newt. Marco Rubio’s campaign supposedly kicked in some money to help Scott which is good. Marco’s connection with the amnesty-Bushes concerns me that he may be another Mel Martinez. Marco is light years better than that POS Crist.
People need to cut Scott Brown some slack. The Dems are already demonizing him.
My advice to Scott Brown is to stop talking to the State Run Media. They are only going to keep trying to get him to destroy himself with his own words. They want revenge.
Did I miss something?
It just appears to be another media hit piece in the making is all to me.
It sounds like he has “Giuliani disease” - thinking a pro-abortion, pro-gay Northeasterner can win the party’s nomination.
He’s riding the wave of sentiment that got him in office. Unfortunately he thinks that wave is bigger than it is.
Brown is a wonderful breath of fresh air for the GOP. The days of the cranky old dudes is so over.
Paul Ryan is a good guy. What state is he in? Midwest soemwhere? Ohio?
He is from Wisconsin. He is my congressman. I think he’s great.
"Show me just what Mohammed brought that was new, and there you will find only things evil and inhuman, such as his command to spread by the sword the faith he preached." - Manuel II Palelogus
He’s the antichrist.
I believe Brown is more conservative than the last republican to run for president.
This guy is getting too big for his britches.
The JACKASS party and their media lackeys once again proving to be true to their nature...seek anything to drive a wedge within the Republican party since they cannot win on their own merit.
What grumpy old dudes? Do you measure grumpy as being pro life?
MortMan rules out supporting ANY candidate as moderate-to-liberal as Scott Brown for President.
He’ll make a fine Massachusetts Senator, but the White House can only be his when he visits, IMO.
Great now every obscure state Senator believes he can be president 5 minutes after making the national stage.
He wants to cash in on his pop star status in this pop culture. His fifteen minutes will be up fast.
It is a big no from me.
Ok how about the noble peace prize then??
Senators do not make good Presidential material.......no more, please!
What’s the matter with you guys?
Did anyone even think to look at the video? Although, I must admit, Barbara Walters was at her snarkiest best, and the GMA chick was horrid, Scott Brown handled this perfectly.
There is no way he is setting himself up as a Pres contender, and in fact stated, “I don’t even have a business card”.
Any one who thinks he is putting himself into Presidential contention has the IQ of a ... turnip?
Now go back to draw and quartering yourselves.
Brown’s a nice guy, and I hope he develops into a true national leader.
But, PLEASE!!!! Stop this nonsense.
Haven’t we learned anything from the current calamity in the White House? Let Brown prove himself capable before even considering higher office.
Only if I can have half with of Nancy’s booze from her plane.
I think every Senator thinks that one day they will be President.After hearing him say he has an odd sense of humor more than likely this is an off the cuff remark he didn’t think anyone would take seriously.
No thank you.
A moderate from Mass. is one thing, president is a whole different ball game.
He has used up his 15 minutes of fame.
Yes I did and it was hilarious but at the same time kind of creepy.
Scott is okay with stopping the healthcare takeover. He is not a very good orator and he made several gaffs in his victory speech. Scott has a lot to learn.
Heaven forbid the Republicans should nominate someone who can actually beat Obama. Much better to nominate a fine pure solid conservative with no chance of appealing to independents and end up with another 4 years of Obama. Yes, definitely, that is the conservative thing to do.
4 more years of Obama! (sarc)
Here is an article in the Christian Post about him:
“I am a fiscal conservative. And when it comes to issues affecting people’s pockets, and pocketbooks, and wallets, I’ll be with the Republicans if they are in fact pushing those initiatives,” Brown said in an interview set to air Sunday on ABC’s “This Week.”
But Brown isn’t your typical pro-choice politician either.
“Roe v. Wade is the law of the land, but I think we need to do more to reduce the amount of abortions,” he stated. “And the difference between me and maybe others is that I’m very - I’m against partial-birth abortions. I’m against federal funding of abortions. And I believe in a strong parental consent notification law.”
Definitely, 8 years of Obama is so much better, than Scott Brown as president. (more sarc)
He probably has a better chance at the White House than re-election in Massachusetts.