Scott Brown the Betrayer?

WASHINGTON, Feb 22 (Reuters) - A modest job-creation bill advanced in the U.S. Senate on Monday as the chamber's newest Republican bucked his party and sided with Democrats on a $15 billion package of tax cuts and highway spending.

Republican Scott Brown joined four other Republicans, 55 Democrats and two independents to overcome a procedural hurdle that sets up a final vote later this week.

4 comments:

Patrick Sperry said...

As I wrote about at the time of the election ; a "conservative" from Massachusetts is almost as "conservative" as any of the left wing RINOS that pose as conservatives.

He also appears to be a bigger attention whore than Pelosi is...

Better then the criminal mysandrist that he ran against? That is only a matter of degrees.

Anonymous said...

He just wants to establish himself as not towing the party line. His vote is for $ale and the GOP had better pay up...

Notorious Nick said...

Politics as usual I suppose, and better than the alternative, but certainly not what conservatives are looking for. I hope that myth has been dispelled.

Anonymous said...

Not surprising. Once I heard he described himself as a "Moderate Republican", I knew health care reform would probably be the only thing he sided with us on.

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