Scott Brown for President!

Scott Brown for President maybe an early rally cry for this republican senator from Massachusetts but he will carry presidential media attention for quite a while, enough to make him a household name

Scott Brown for President!
Unknown to most Americans until a couple of days ago, Massachusetts state senator Scott Brown has captured the nation’s attention by being at the right place at the right time. At the same time the Democratic Party’s upset in a half a century stronghold of liberalism, Massachusetts, he also waltzes into DC as the biggest threat to Obama’s one year in office and the much fought over Health Care Reform program, Scott Brown may well receive the people’s choice award in the next elections. But let’s face it, there must be a lot more to the man Scot Brown then we know at this point.
Sharing top honors with his 21 year old daughter Ayla in today’s web searches, Scott Brown seems to have a lot of positive accomplishments weighing in on his trip to the nation’s capital.
Carl Cameron on Fox News earlier today phrased it as a media promise: “When he gets to Washington, Brown is ‘going to have Presidential attention and the spotlight everywhere he goes’ (and no, I don’t watch Fox News, or any other channel for that matter, I get my news from the Internet).
Another opinion that surprised me as a celebration when I had a meeting with two hardcore liberals this morning, who declared that they had applauded when the news of Brown’s victory last night reached the nation.
In their households a Republican victory never gets an applause, which marks the opportunity for Scot Brown to ride the Magic Carpet Ride into Washington DC and maybe, if his closet does not hold too many skeletons like posing nude for Cosmo in 1982 as America’s Sexiest Man. But those were Ronald Reagan days and the Republicans were on a heavy upswing
In 2010 that’s not a drawback for me anymore and with a gorgeous talented daughter who appeared on American Idol and a pretty wife, he beats Al Franken hands down.
Easy on the eyes at least

Easy on the eyes at least

Unknown to most Americans until a couple of days ago, Massachusetts state senator Scott Brown has captured the nation’s attention overnight by being at the right place at the right time. At the same time he upset the Democratic Party’s half a century long stronghold of liberalism in Massachusetts, Brown also waltzes into DC as the biggest threat to Obama’s one year in office popularity and the survival of the much fought over Health Care Reform program. Scott Brown may well receive the people’s choice award in the next elections. But let’s face it, there must be a lot more to the man Scott Brown then we know at this point. Sharing top honors with his 21 year old daughter Ayla in today’s web searches, Scott Brown seems to have a lot of positive accomplishments weighing in on his trip to the nation’s capital.

Presidential Real Estate

Carl Cameron on Fox News earlier today phrased it correctly as a media promise: “When he gets to Washington, Brown is ‘going to have Presidential attention and the spotlight everywhere he goes’ (and no, I don’t watch Fox News, or any other channel for that matter). I get my news from the Internet, a venue Scott Brown understands real well and is beyond any doubt the reason behind his election victory. If you don’t believe me go to¬†http://www.brownforussenate.com and marvel at the way he uses Twitter, Facebook, Flickr and youTube.

Actually the whole reason I’m writing this editorial came from witnessing an awkward celebration that happened this morning when I had a meeting with two hardcore liberals ‘hiding out’ in this primarily republican stronghold called Amelia Island. Both declared that they had applauded when the news of Brown’s victory last night reached the nation. And although Obama is still their president, they still felt that this country needs action. In their households a Republican victory never gets an applause, which marks the opportunity for Scott Brown to ride the Magic Carpet Ride into Washington DC and maybe, if his closet does not hold too many skeletons like posing nude for Cosmo in 1982 as America’s Sexiest Man. But those were Ronald Reagan days and the Republicans were on a heavy upswing and we didn’t have Bill Clinton Oval Room escapades added to the history of the White House yet. In 2010 almost nude posing is not a drawback for me anymore and with a gorgeous talented daughter who appeared on American Idol and a pretty wife, Scott Brown beats Al Franken hands down.

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3 Comments

  1. helenotoole

    The pendulum is swinging in the other direction now. Voters are sick and tired of what they see happening every day with the current administration. I don't put all the blame on the President though, I put a lot of it on the Fed and the Treasury departments. But doesn't the President have a lot to do with who runs these two power houses?

  2. tommylee

    You may be right Helenotoole, yet it is amazing to see how many people understand the functioning role the president plays. From one day to the next anyone who becomes President of any country is now the maximum authority and they must know it all and become omnipresent, all-knowing on all topics. At least that is the consensus.

    Have you ever met anyone like that? I haven't. That is why a good president surrounds himself with good people that have no direct ties to any economic powerhouse and thus with their own agenda. This is where Obama went wrong in my opinion by keeping the same “rotten apples” in place such as Helicopter Ben (Bernanke) while the people's opinion got completely ignored when it was time for re-appointment of Feds highest authority (see Rasmussen Report). I can point at many more examples but you get the picture.

  3. helenotoole

    I agree 100% tommylee. You have defined it correctly. The decision to keep those that the public are tired of will come back to haunt not only Obama but his party as well.

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