"Gail and I were laying in bed last night and talking a little bit, as we do every night," he said, "and I said: 'Honey, can you imagine? Here I am, Scott Brown from Wrentham, and I've got a truck that's got 238,000 miles on it and, you know, something like this comes up and I'm the first guy in the country to even bring it up and tell the guy to step down,'" Mr. Brown said.
He said his denunciation of Mr. Akin’s comments was "really kind of amazing, kind of eye-opening" and "led to other senators and other people and other groups to say, you know what, that conversation has no place in the public discourse."
Scott Brown and his truck, singlehandedly changing the course of world events, meeting with kings and queens, acting as the conscience of America's political class. Well, except for the part where Todd Akin didn't step down.
And the part where he asked the GOP platform committee to soften its abortion stance and "[t]he party ignored him and adopted a hard line against abortion."
And the part where his PAC has given all that money to the guys he wants in the Senate who want to redefine rape and don't believe in any exceptions at all for abortions. And that bit where he tried to get a lady reporter drunk and dancing in the bed of his pickup.
Scott Brown, just a guy with a truck, making the world safe for the ladies.