Monday, October 10, 2011

Senator Scott Brown has the support of Massachusetts Voters - Elizabeth Warren (and her pal Nancy Pelosi), not so much...

Massachusetts Senator Scott brown has been taking heat from the DEMS due to something that started on the Democratic Primary Debate. I don't feel it is worth rehashing here as it amounted to two off hand remarks, one made by Warren, and a response Brown made to a radio station DJ's inquiry. The media blew it up and if you weighed the importance of this pair of remarks to the real issues ( jobs, economy, etc.), this issue is laughable.

Well Rep. Nancy Pelosi decided to weigh in.

As a Massachusetts voter, I can say without a doubt that Nancy Pelosi can stick to her own business before she tries to say anything about anyone else. Her credibility is a shallow as water on a flat rock. Americans gave her a clear message on what they thought about her "whacky" ideas of what is needed in America.

Senator Scott Brown was elected because even the citizen of Massachusetts are sick of the LIBS version of America and all it represents. While Elizabeth Warren has supporters, she'll find that Senator Brown has more here because he represents the real needs of the citizens of Massachusetts. Elizabeth Warren is a Harvard elitist and has no idea what the average family in Massachusetts is facing these days.

Senator Brown is a decorated Veteran and has served his nation. That alone makes him highly suited for the position of US Senator as we need more Veterans in Congress.

Senator Scott Brown, you have our support & votes. Elizabeth Warren, Nancy Pelosi and the other LIBS, you can't leave the stage quick enough as you don't have a clue.

Pelosi says senator's comment 'disrespectful to women'
CNN Political Unit
(CNN) -–
House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi said Sunday that comments made by Massachusetts Sen. Scott Brown about a Democratic rival showed a “disrespect for women.”

Brown made the remarks Thursday, when asked about candidate Elizabeth Warren’s statement that she had “kept her clothes on” while paying for college. Warren was making reference to a nearly nude 1982 Cosmopolitan magazine photo shoot that Brown did to earn money at age 22.

When asked about the comment during a radio interview with WZLX in Boston, Brown said only, "Thank God.”

Pelosi said Sunday on the ABC program “This Week” that the comment was disrespectful.

“The response you just gave, 'Thank God,' really, I thought spoke volumes about how clueless Senator Brown is,” Pelosi said. “It really spoke volumes about, really, disrespect for women that he may not even realize. I bet you he'd like to take that comment back.”

Pelosi acknowledged that the comment was likely meant to be a joke, but maintained that it was still revealing of Brown’s character.

“I hope it's joke-y. And if it is, then hopefully he will take that comment back. But women know. They hear a comment like that, it tells you a lot about somebody,” Pelosi said

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