Ah, Scottie. Why do you actually want to be senator? Asked a very good question about what he would do as senator to bring good, long-term jobs to the state of New Hampshire, Scott Brown punted, saying literally that that's not his job.
"Here’s the thing. People say, 'What are you going to do to create jobs?' I am not going to create one job, it is not my job to create jobs. It's yours. My job is to make sure that government stays out of your way so that you can actually grow and expand. Obamacare’s a great example. The number one job inhibitor right now is Obamacare…. We have to repeal it."Setting aside the whole absurd assertion that Obamacare has anything to do with harming job creation—and there's absolutely no indication that it has—here's another indication from Brown that what was good for Massachusetts isn't good for New Hampshire. Take a look at what he was running on in 2012:
So how does New Hampshire rate? Not so good, apparently. Now they'll really feel like Brown is just Massachusetts' sloppy seconds.