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Scott Brown is a hypocrite (It's Not About The Victim)
a liar  (Scott Brown Lies)
and a tool who voted with GOP 96% of the time.

And now he's advertising on Craigslist personals

Only, so far, on the cell phone app Craigsphone, but it makes me wonder where else Brown is using teabagger $ to advertise to constituencies that he seems to despise.

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I said they were NSFW.

Scott Brown is courting the people who hate LGBT folks

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yet running ads in the personals section of CL, appealing to the "perverts" that he and his party find abhorrent.
(it gets even less SFW from here on in)

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I wonder how Brown's "values voters" would like his say-anything-to-anyone-just-to-get-elected-style if they could see just where their ad dollars are being spent.
(this guy looks like he could be the candidate's twin)

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(Except Scott here is shaved smooth)

I love that Scott posed nude.  I think it's sad that his party is most often the party that campaigns against nudity and adult entertainment.
(yet that's where the diaper-loving, page-seducing, airport bathroom tapping, park-cruising, closeted, sneaky lying hypocrites seem to be hanging out these days)

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I'd like to see Scott Brown explain why he is running his ads on ads like this

<img="<a href="http://www.flickr.com/photos/46570662@N03/4276078525/" title="brown 6 wet and kinky by ScottBrownHypocrite, on Flickr">brown 6 wet and kinky

I think there is nothing wrong with these ads.
I also think the kind of win-at-any-costs politician who would run his ads on the Craigslist personals (or be clueless enough to let his staff do it for him "without his knowledge") while his party works to undermine everything CL stands for, should be forced to explain why.

Originally posted to Commoditize This on Fri Jan 15, 2010 at 08:22 AM PST.

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