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    Brown: Elizabeth Warren “a self-proclaimed rock thrower who wants to leave blood and teeth on the floor”

    Brown: Elizabeth Warren “a self-proclaimed rock thrower who wants to leave blood and teeth on the floor”

    I think this is a winning theme, that Warren will be the Dennis Kucinich / Maurice Hinchey of the Senate, someone who can spout far-left rhetoric and play the anti-factory owner card, but will be marginalized as a Senator.

    If the people of Massachusetts want someone who will accomplish nothing but headlines, Warren is their person.

    Via Mediaite:

    Co-host Brian Kilmeade asked Brown why he decided to use video of President Barack Obama’s highly-publicized “you didn’t build that” remark in an ad targeting his senate opponent, Elizabeth Warren. Brown replied that he felt the President was echoing Warren when he made those controversial comments.

    “People should know that Professor Warren made her statements over a year ago – they’re almost verbatim,” said Brown. “The President got bad advice from Professor Warren, certainly.”

    “He says he has been taken out of context and Mitt Romney hasn’t been candid with him, and basically you’re doing the same thing with Elizabeth Warren,” Kilmeade asked.

    “She has actually doubled down and believes that we should have more government interference and more government regulation and more taxes,” said Brown. He said that his ad shows “what America was and what it can be.”

    Klimeade asked Brown about his tight race for a full term in the Senate from Massachusetts, which has fast become the top Congressional race in the nation for dollars raised and spent. “How are you dealing with all of this attention,” asked Kilmeade.

    “I’m going to be the same person I’ve always been,” said Brown. “I’m an independent voter and thinker. I vote 54 percent with my party – I’m the second most bipartisan senator in the United States Senate.”

    “Can you imagine 100 Professor Warren’s down there; a self-proclaimed rock thrower who wants to leave blood and teeth on the floor,” Brown asked.


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    PhillyGuy | July 26, 2012 at 6:47 pm

    He’s determined to lose this race. This is the wrong tack.

    foolishcop | July 26, 2012 at 6:47 pm

    I definitely don’t think a Senator should vote lockstep with his party, but I’m not keen on Brown’s 54% record he’s touting. Let’s see, he voted with Susan Collins of Maine against extending the Bush-era tax cuts to everyone. He voted against ending sugar subsidies, against allowing FDA approved drugs to be imported from Canada, in favor of reauthorizing the Ex-Im Bank, and more.

    It’s not that he’s voting against the Republican party line, he’s just not voting for conservative/libertarian principles.

    I understand the alternative is Elizabeth Warren, but it’s horrible that we get stuck with these weak candidates all the time.

    Henry Hawkins | July 26, 2012 at 7:23 pm

    Brown seems like a moderate Dem who went GOP as his perceived only vector to high office.

    Scott Brown won his 2010 race with the votes of Democrats, independents and Repuublicans. He must rally the same broad support to win again. Masssachusetts is not South Carolina. Jim DeMint could not win here. Warren is an ideologue like Obama spewing hatred of the sucessful and promoting class warfare. She is a dangerous opponent because she appeals so effectively to the worst in human nature — envy and resentment. She got where she is by cheating on affirmative action requirements she knew she didn’t qualify for. She lies with more sincerity and passion than Obama and Clinton put together. That’s why the far left money is pouring in. Scott Brown can and will win because he works with all sides and demonizes no one.

    CalMark | July 27, 2012 at 11:58 pm

    If Brown loses, it’s because he’s an arrogant ingrate.

    Conservatives lined up for him as the “lesser of two evils” in 2010.

    He made lots of promises about “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell,” bailouts, etc. He went back on those promises while releasing statements bragging about about his political courage and independence.

    I’d rather Brown won. But here’s the quandary for moral, thinking people: it is virtually impossible to support enthusiastically someone who has repeatedly betrayed you after you enthusiastically supported him before.

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