Scott Brown

“I just flew in and, boy, are my arms tired.” Scott Brown killed at South Boston’s annual Saint Patrick’s Day political roast.

His audience was mostly conservative Reagan Democrats, so you can’t exactly say he was among friends, but the Massachusetts RINO still managed to win over his audience with some hilarious one liners.

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Scott Brown, the funniest RINO in Washington, DC reports:

“You’ve been so, so nice, I actually want to invite you to a book-signing I’m having down at the Kennedy Library — or, as I like to call it, ‘the People’s Library,’ ’’ the Republican quipped. He recalled a campaign vow to reclaim “the people’s seat’’ after the near half-century tenure of Democratic Senator Edward M. Kennedy.

… Brown also mockingly dismissed suggestions that his senior colleague, Senator John Kerry, was out of touch.

“I don’t think he’s an elitist — and neither do his butlers,’’ he said. Brown also joked that at Kerry’s suggestion, he had re-registered his famous green pickup truck in Rhode Island; Kerry faced criticism for taking delivery of a new $7 million yacht in Rhode Island last year.

We know Brown’s a RINO, but he’s probably the best we can ever hope for the the People’s Republic of Massachusetts and he votes with the Republicans most of the time, so we’re willing to cut him a little slack.

As long as he stays funny, that is.

Source: Boston Globe

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We honestly do not understand the love affair between CNN and unfunny comedian Kathy Griffin.

Any other so-called news network would have severed all ties to Griffin after her embarrassing New Year’s Eve outburst with Anderson Cooper.

But not America’s Most Trusted News Network. CNN continues to air the woman’s desperately unfunny comments.

And they wonder why no one watches.

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There’s only one way to explain this clip: Chris Matthews is on a mission to prove to the world that he is a complete moron.

The ratings-challenged MSNBC host actually attacked newly-elected Massachusetts Senator Scott Brown for signing a book deal just weeks after being elected.

We learn today that Massachusetts Senator Scott Brown, who’s been a Senator for just 35 days, has a book deal. According to the Wall Street Journal, Brown’s expected to write about his upbringing, his early career, and how he beat Martha Coakley to win his Senate seat. Maybe he can call it It’s Not About the Truck. Just a thought, but didn’t people used to write the memoirs after their careers? This guy’s been in office what, a month?

Oops. Matthews seems to have forgotten a certain president whose first memoir came out before he’d ever run for office and whose second one came out after he’d been in the Senate for just a matter of months.


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Even liberal writer Eugene Robinson sounds like he's resigned from the Barack Obama Fan Club

You might wonder what Barack Obama, Sarah Palin and Scott Brown have in common. Well, fear not because the Washington Post’s Eugene Robinson is about to tell you:

When I heard Scott Brown, the newly elected senator from Massachusetts, describe himself as a “Scott Brown Republican,” I groaned. It sounded as if he’s coming to Washington to be part of the problem, not part of the solution.

We don’t need another knight in shining armor, don’t want another political messiah come to deliver the nation from evil. We’ve already got one in the White House and one in Alaska ready to ride her snowmobile into town and save the day.

Now hold on just a darn minute, Eugene. Did you just ever so subtly sneak a criticism of Barack Obama into your criticism of Scott Brown? Quick. Someone follow Robinson out to his car in the parking lot at the WaPo. Let us know if he has one of those “Obamessiah” bumper stickers on his car.

We’re not sure which is funnier: The concept of a liberal WaPo writer criticizing Barack Obama by using conservative terminology or a liberal WaPo writer criticizing Scott Brown’s performance a week before he even takes office.

Take  your choice.

Source: Washington Post

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The numbers are in. Fox News absolutely destroyed the competition the night of Scott Brown’s election in Massachusetts.

Gloat, O’Reilly, gloat. You deserve it. Fox News deserves it. And most of all, MSNBC deserves it.

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This and other important questions asked by Jay Leno and answered by America’s newest senator.

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We love Congressman Tom McClintock. The state of California would have been a lot better off if he had been elected Governor instead of Arnold Schwarzenegger.

The Radio Equalizer notes that McClintock didn’t take kindly to MSNBC blowhard Ed Schultz’ suggestion that he would stuff the ballot box to defeat Scott Brown in the recent Massachusetts election. The California Republican took to the floor of the House of Representatives to rip Schultz a new one.

In response, Schultz blasted McClintock for having the temerity to suggest that he had advocated anything improper, such as, you know, voting twenty times.

Sadly for Schultz, the people watching McClintock’s speech on C-SPAN probably outnumbered those listening to his radio show.

First, here’s McClintock on the floor of the House.

And now here’s Schultz pathetic, bombastic response.

One final comment:

Ed says, “You can’t even say anything in ‘gist’ anymore.” The word is “jest”, Ed.

Source: The Radio Equalizer

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Ladies and gentlemen, we proudly present one minute and twenty-five seconds of lunacy.

Chris Wallace was as incredulous as you’ll be when you hear White House Press Secretary Robert Gibbs try to spin Massachusetts’ election of Scott Brown.

Has there ever been a White House press secretary as smarmy as this guy?

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John Ratzenberger, the actor who played know-it-all postman Cliff Claven on Cheers, is an outspoken supporter of Republican Scott Brown.

Here’s what he said about the Democrat party at a Brown rally on Sunday:

“This isn’t the Democratic party of our fathers and grandfathers. This is the party of Woodstock hippies. I was at Woodstock — I built the stage. And when everything fell apart, and people were fighting for peanut butter sandwiches, it was the National Guard who came in and saved the same people who were protesting them. So when Hillary Clinton a few years ago wanted to build a Woodstock memorial, I said it should be a statue of a National Guardsman feeding a crying hippie.”

With that in mind, enjoy a little Jimi Hendrix, probably the only conservative on the stage at Woodstock, playing his psychedelic version of the national anthem. (Yeah, we realize you might not like this version, but none of the other drugged-out losers at that freak show would ever have considered playing it).

Kick ass, Jimi. You, too, Scott Brown.

Source: National Review

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Jon Stewart rips Keith Olbermann a new one

by editor on January 24, 2010

You know the world is spinning out of control when Jon Stewart not only rips Keith Olbermann for his absurd comments about Scott Brown, but defends a gaggle of other conservatives.

Good lord. The Democrats are in big, big trouble.

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Scott Brown victory gives birth to #41 fan jersey

by Administrator on January 22, 2010

While your buddies are wearing their favorite team jerseys at superbowl parties in a few weeks, show them who the real 2010 champ is.

During Massachusetts Senator-elect Scott Brown’s acceptance speech this week, chants of 41, 41, 41, filled the room. The 41st vote against the government takeover of healthcare, the 41st vote against cap-and-trade, the 41st vote against any of the socialist schemes congress will think of next. The number 41 will forever be synonymous with the election of Scott Brown, the first shot heard in American Revolution II.

Now you can show your support by wearing the Scott Brown #41 “football jersey,” with his name and number on the back of the tee shirt. While your friends are wearing the jerseys of their favorite teams at the superbowl party you’ll be attending, you can show them who the real champ of 2010 is by wearing the shirt that commemorates the beginning of the 2010 Revolution. And ladies, there’s one for you too, and even the kids.

While we’ll be wearing our Scott Brown #41 jerseys all year, and all over town, there is still time to have one delivered in time to wear for Superbowl XLIV.

Where to buy: Hyperbole Gear

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This is some of the best TV we’ve seen in ages. Howard Dean showed up on Hardball and made Chris Matthews appear almost rational.

Dean actually claimed that Scott Brown defeated Martha Coakley because voters want a more liberal health care bill.

Matthews calls Dean crazy. Dean responds by calling Matthews crazy.

And you know what? They’re both right.


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Democrats are like Scrooge McDuck, swimming in giant silos of Wall Street money

The Greatest President In History couldn’t pass up an opportunity to give the 148th version of his famous “Fired Up” speech in support of Democratic senatorial candidate Martha Coakley on Sunday. “If you were fired up in the last election,” he droned, “I need you more fired up in this election.”

The President also warned that “Scott Brown is just another typical Republican who sides with special interests instead of average Americans.”

“Martha’s opponent already is walking in lockstep with Washington Republicans,” Obama said, criticizing Brown for opposing his proposed tax on Wall Street. “She’s got your back, her opponent’s got Wall Street’s back. Bankers don’t need another vote in the United States Senate. They’ve got plenty. Where’s yours?”

IHateThe visited that handy, dandy website just to verify Obama’s claims and it turns out he was right. Wall Street and the banks do have a lot of votes in the United States Senate.

It’s just that most of them are Democrats. 14 out of the top 20, in fact, carry that troublesome D after their names.

Here’s a list of the top 20 recipients of Wall Street money for the 2010 cycle (2005-2010):

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The message of Massachusetts is clearer to some people than to others. Leftist publications must have been fully prepared for a Democrat loss in Massachusetts. Or they’re really fast typists.

For example, Newsweek’s Jonathan Alter posted an article that sounded promising – “The Message Democrats Should Hear From Massachusetts.” Well, sounded promising is about as good as it got.

It started off fairly well, noting that “There’s no way for the Democrats to soft pedal the historic thumping that Republican Scott Brown delivered to Democrat Martha Coakley on Tuesday in the race to fill Ted Kennedy’s Senate seat.”

But the article quickly went South from there.

Asking “Is this a wake up call for President Obama? Yes. Does he need to show that he is listening more? Sure. But should this election kill health care? Don’t be ridiculous. Who elected Massachusetts to decide for the rest of the country whether we move forward on the bill?”

Not sure that anyone elected Massachusetts to do that, but we are pretty sure that the nation spoke out pretty firmly in the last few weeks to say that we’d rather have swine flu than this bloated pig of a bill.

But Newsweek is apparently home to math-challenged individuals like Alter who consider 33% a majority.

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Congratulations to Senator Scott Brown (R-MA), his beautiful wife Gail and his two smokin’ hot daughters.

Did you ever think that you’d see the designation (R-MA) in this lifetime?

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Is that a forced smile or a pained expression on Steny Hoyer's face?

There’s spin control and then there’s all-out delusion. House Democrat honcho Steny Hoyer blew right past the former and landed uncomfortably on the latter.

The Hill reports:

House Majority Leader Steny Hoyer (D-Md.) on Tuesday said that angst voters have expressed early this election year is the result of GOP obstructionism, not the Democrats agenda.

Hoyer’s remarks come as Republican state Sen. Scott Brown has surged in the Massachusetts special Senate election in part due to his pledge to be the GOP’s 41st vote to filibuster healthcare reform legislation.

“I think what the public is angry about is they see, first of all, an opposition for opposition’s sake,” Hoyer told reporters.

Keep it up, Steny, and you’ll soon be part of the House minority leadership.

Source: The Hill

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Fer Christ’s sake, this is one woman who refuses to hear the message in the Massachusetts election. Deaf as the proverbial doornail. How far to the left does someone have to be to make Chris Matthews look rational?

Let’s just hope the rest of the Dems are as deaf as she is.

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The man has lost his mind. He is literally insane. How else can you interpret this comment from the MSNBC host in reaction to Republican Scott Brown’s dramatic victory?

“…the Republicans and the Tea Partiers will tell you what happens with Scott Brown tonight whether he wins or comes close is a repudiation of Obama policies. And surely one of Obama’s policies from the viewpoint of his opponents is it’s OK to have this sea-change in American history—to have an African-American president. Is this vote to any degree just another euphemism the way ‘states rights’ was in the ’60s?”


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Scott Brown hasn’t even taken office and he’s already challenging the President. During his victory speech, Brown announced that he and his daughter want to play a little two-on-two basketball at the White House against Obama and whomever he wants to team up with.

Let us be the first to say it: pay-per-view. Proceeds go to reduce the national debt.

It’s gold, Scott, gold.

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In the words of fabled Los Angeles Lakers announcer Chick Hearn, “This one is in the refrigerator, the door is closed, the lights are out, the eggs are cooling, the butter’s getting hard, and the Jell-O is a jigglin’.”

In other words, the game is over.

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Congratulations, Senator Brown!

by editor on January 19, 2010

Yes, only 40% of the precincts have reported, but we’re calling it. Brown Wins! We need to get out of the office and party.

Congratulations, Senator Brown! Now let’s take our country back.

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Oh, my. Martha Coakley and her husband, Thomas F. O’Connor, Jr., got up bright and early this morning and went down to cast their ballots at their neighborhood polling place in Medford, Massachusetts.

As they entered, Coakley tried to shake hands with the police officer at the door. To say he was unenthusiastic would be an understatement.

Then her husband, a former cop, extended his hand, but the cop on duty not only missed the first attempt, but made no attempt at a second effort.

There’s something else Martha can’t shake – the sense that she’s going to lose.

Source: Gateway Pundit

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A comparison of Martha Coakley and Scott Brown call centers.

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“Chris Van Hollen of Maryland, chairman of the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee said THIS about Ted Kennedy’s Senate seat…’Why would you hand the keys to the car back to the same guys whose policies drove the economy into the ditch and then walked away from the scene of the accident? For the Republicans to say vote for us and bring back the guys who got us into this mess in the first place, I don’t think it’s a winner.’”

Remarkably, Van Hollen saw neither the irony nor the absurdity of his statement.

The photo above, of course, was taken at the Chappaquidick bridge that became famous the last time anyone gave Ted Kennedy the keys to the car.

Source: Fox Nation

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by Administrator on January 19, 2010

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