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Scott Brown: Arrogant And Selfish Jerk

24 May 2011 @ 07:46

William Jacobson, who was one of the people who worked his butt-off to get Scott Brown elected [especially, by alerting The Blogosphere about his candidacy], has had enough with the Junior Senator’s ‘independence’. A highlight:

I don’t blame you for voting against the Ryan bill; I don’t have litmus tests, and while I think the overall framework is the right direction, I can’t argue with the fact that people may have specific alternatives or amendments.

But you don’t have alternatives. In your op-ed you simply repeat the hackneyed and failed notions of waste, fraud and abuse, with tort reform thrown in. That will not cut it. That is a dodge.

You apparently have no solutions to what you admit to be an unsustainable course, but you took the opportunity to imply that Republicans will abandon seniors. You don’t come right out and say it, but you came pretty close.

A "no" vote wasn’t good enough, you had to do it in a way so as to damage fellow Republicans by playing into the false Democratic narrative. You are a hero for your op-ed, but not to the people who supported you.

What Brown portrayed as independence has turned out to be nothing but narcissism. He’s out for himself and screw anyone else. As the Professor relates, in addition to undermining good people like Paul Ryan, Brown’s staff do not return phone calls and they especially ignore the very people who helped get him elected.

Mr. Jacobson cut him a lot of slack and now he’s done. The Prof. writes that he will not work against Brown, but he will not work for him. I, on the other hand, would be willing to donate to any conservative candidate who would be willing to oppose him.

Take that smirk of yours Scott Brown and put it where the sun don’t shine [live and learn, eh?].

What a Douche Nozzle.

3 Comments
  1. tony_k permalink
    24 May 2011 @ 11:33 11:33

    The practicality is that unfortunately a conservative can not win the general election in MA. Admire him or not, Brown is better than some Kennedy disciple.

  2. 25 May 2011 @ 10:33 10:33

    Scott Brown should remember that he didn’t win by promising to be a RINO; he won by promising to filibuster ObamaCare. That is why we came out to vote for him.

    Now, I’m thrilled that he voted against cloture for Goodwin Liu – pretty huge, IMHO, that Brown comes out against these radicals who would re-shape our courts. So in many ways, I support him – but crikey, it would be nice if he didn’t buy into the liberal propaganda machine.

  3. bobbelvedere permalink*
    25 May 2011 @ 19:15 19:15

    Tony: Is he really? I used to think that, but when he provides aid and comfort to the enemy then I wash my hands of him. Like Prof. Jacobson, I will not defend him anymore, nor provide any kind of support.

    Roxe: The thing is he’s not simply buying into it, he’s now a vendor.

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