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  1. #1 So is it time to jump on the Scott Brown Bandwagon? 
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    Wow! What a night. I was thinking that there was just prehype - I thought MA could never pull it off! MA has been a lost cause for a Century! (It goes without saying that all of the civilized and good god fearing world despises the Patriots and Red Sox.. let alone your politics and socialist state).

    I listened to his speech and he sounded good!

    A little bit of hope in a sea of vipers attempting to destroy America, but even worse than that, they are on the verge of succeeding.

    Standing O for Scott Brown. Well done! You won for a lot of us today.

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    Whadaya think?

    I admit I dont know a lot about him at this point; what I've seen is good so far.

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    I don't know enough about him, but if pulls out a second miracle and stops this awful healthcare bill then it was a good win indeed.
     

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    I hear he's pro-choice and voted for RomneyCare, but I'm just glad we have a bigger chance at stopping ObamaCare.
     

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    It IS Massachusetts. THIS is where I can accept a RHINO - (though I am not convinced that he really is one).
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by Casey View Post
    I hear he's pro-choice and voted for RomneyCare, but I'm just glad we have a bigger chance at stopping ObamaCare.
    I don't have a problem with RomneyCare. Things like this are best left to the states anyway. It works for them, cool. Doesn't work for North Dakota or New Mexico then they shouldn't have to participate. And where is it written that every conservative must be pro-life? I must have missed that memo.
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    Each state can do whatever the hell they want. That is how our system is SUPPOSED to work. Romney care is fine by me also - as long as they keep it in Massachusetts. It serves as a lesson for the rest of us on what NOT to do. Premiums have risen 30% since it went into effect.
     

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    I give it 5 months--a year, tops--before conservatives start calling Scott Brown a "RINO" and want him kicked out of the party, just like they say about Olympia Snowe and Collins, especially once they realize that Scott Brown has an invested interest in voting liberal in order to keep his job as Senator of the Great state of Massachusetts.

    As a Bay State native, I congratulate Scott Brown on his victory. Hell, if I still lived there I probably would have voted for him.
     

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    http://www.ontheissues.org/senate/Scott_Brown.htm

    hes not bad. hell, theyre 99% rhinos anyway and ive had it with the lot of them....

    But the democrats are threatening a real US complete unabashed socialist take over.

    Once the government controls your health, they own you. Period.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NJCardFan View Post
    I don't have a problem with RomneyCare. Things like this are best left to the states anyway. It works for them, cool. Doesn't work for North Dakota or New Mexico then they shouldn't have to participate. And where is it written that every conservative must be pro-life? I must have missed that memo.
    From a states' perspective, it's okay. But RomneyCare has completely destroyed Mass' health care system.

    I didn't say anything about conservatism. I simply gave you information about Scott Brown.
     

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    No. He is a New England GOP'er. . . usually more liberal than his brethren, and we need to know in what ways and how we can work with that. If he's someone we can work with ... then orgasm away with Palin/Brown '16. If not, keep him where he is.

    I will say he's hot as f*ck though.

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