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Scott Brown continues his political death spiral today.

First, his campaign continued to push a bogus Native American attack long after most Massachusetts voters got tired of the B.S.

Then, after losing the election he pissed of the Mass GOP, with an extended fence sitting exercise, before deciding not to run in a special election to replace John Kerry.

He dug his political grave a little deeper with the announcement Brown was joining Faux News!

Then we learned he had more of his soul availabale for sale, when he became a Lobbyist.

Oh, and let's not forget his epic twitter fail!

But, Former Senator Scott "41st No Vote" Brown is not done killing his political future.  Follow me over the Great Orange Curlie-Cue for the latest Brown self destruction....

Today, speaking in Nashua, New Hampshire, Scott Brown hinted his political future might include a run for a Senate seat in New Hampshire. According to a post on

Declaring that he’s likely not done with politics, former U.S. Sen. Scott Brown from Massachusetts refused Thursday to rule out a run for office in New Hampshire, while describing the Granite State as ‘‘almost a second home.’’
Go for it Scott, New Hampshire just loves it when Massachusetts residents move a few hundred yards north of the state line, and declare themselves a "Live Free, Or Die" native!
‘‘New Hampshire’s like a second home,’’ Brown said. ‘‘I was born at the Portsmouth Naval Shipyard. My mom and sister and family live here. Spent summers here growing up. Have a house here. Been a taxpayer for 20 years.’’
Yes, nothing qualifies you more for elected office in the Granite State, then being a long time owner of a vacation home in the state!

Well done Scott, in addition to being a former Senator, bully, Faux News commentator, and a lobbyist; you can add "carpetbagger" to your impressive, post-Senate resume!

Scott Brown's counter-clockwise drain spiral continues!

Fri Apr 05, 2013 at 3:59 AM PT: An amusing side note, pointed out in the comments, here is that the Portsmouth Naval Shipyard is actually in Kittery, Maine!

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