There are many valid reasons Scott Brown won that election. One not so valid reason is that MA was turning red. When it came for him to face a democratic challenger in the general election, he lost and we got the awesome Elizabeth Warren.
Spurned, dejected and rejected, Scotty took his ball, sold his house and moved to his summer house in New Hampshire (like regular truck drivin folks do). When he established full time residency
carpet bagger, and with time on his hands the carpet bagger, he "decided" he'd like to do a MacArthur impression and return to the Senate the carpet bagger. He's running against New Hampshire Democratic Senator Jeanne Shaheen hoping she's a softer target than (Look at her! She doesn't look Native American) Elizabeth Warren.
But one of the tricks to being a successful
carpet bagger candidate is not to remind the people you hope will be your constituents that you are a carpet bagger have only recently joined them full time. And that you aren't a carpet bagger still running your last race from another place.
But today while discussing the plight of immigrant children 3,000 miles away and not coming in the "right" way,
the carpet bagger Scott Brown seems to forget that he doesn't live in Massachusetts any more.
The New Hampshire Democratic Party was quick to seize on the remark, posting the interview on YouTube with the caption "Brown Forgets Where He's Running." The Washington Post also picked up on Brown's comment, writing a blog post entitled "Brown, repeat to yourself three times 'New Hampshire, New Hampshire, New Hampshire.'"Now Brown's camp and the radio host say he meant to refer to the "Massachusetts delegation." because the radio show and host are both in Massachusetts BUT he was clearly talking about New Hampshire and Jeanne Shaheen just nano seconds before.
I listened and to me
the carpet bagger Scott Brown doesn't seem to remember he acted like a snotty brat (not that that was unusual given the highly unprofessional and embarrassing tirade he lit into at kids at King Philips High during an all school assembly created for him) and left us (which is really no big deal).
But here, listen for yourselves. It starts around 1:30. The video itself is "unlisted."
Poor Scottie, he doesn't have the Boston Herald to prop him up anymoreThat's Boston Herald Radio . . . he just might have them still
- Joan McCarter
Scott Brown really doesn't want to talk Hobby Lobby