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  • Scott Brown ‘Yea’ on New START

    12/20/2010 2:53:39 PM PST · by Fury · 209 replies · 13+ views
    National Review Online - The Corner ^ | 12/19/2010 | Andrew Stiles
    After basically evading reporters all day, the Massachusetts Republican recently announced that he will support the arms reduction treaty. Brown told reporters following a closed-session intelligence briefing that he had given the issue “due diligence” and hoped see the treaty ratified. “I believe it’s something that’s important for our country, and I believe it’s a good move forward to deal with our national security issues,” he said. A cloture vote is expected on Tuesday.
  • Oh my: Scott Brown and Susan Collins to vote yes on repealing DADT (With this, we have 60)

    12/03/2010 5:27:47 PM PST · by SeekAndFind · 58 replies · 1+ views
    Hotair ^ | 12/03/2010 | Allahpundit
    That makes 60 votes for cloture, assuming Reid can keep the entire Democratic caucus in line. I’m not aware of any defectors yet but Tester, McCaskill, Ben Nelson and a few other red-state Dems who are up in 2012 will be thinking awfully hard about this vote, needless to say.Two big qualifiers, though. Collins, at least, is sticking by the GOP’s plan to vote no on everything until a deal is reached on the Bush tax cuts. Brown’s statement doesn’t address the subject, but since he also signed the Republican pledge to make the tax cuts top priority, presumably he’s...