Monday, October 01, 2012

NO OFFENSE, SENATOR McDREAMY, BUT...

I really love this banner ad...





... but after watching this clip...





... I think maybe the wrong smirky frat boy politician's name is on the banner.
Republican Sen. Scott Brown and Democratic challenger Elizabeth Warren met Monday night for their second debate of the top-tier Massachusetts race -- in a knock-down, drag-out fight filled with attacks and vitriol.

The bitter exchanges between the two reached a crescendo, as the audience of several thousand at the University of Massachusetts-Lowell booed and applauded.

During an exchange on unemployment benefits and President Obama’s jobs proposals, Warren attempted to interrupt Brown on a key point. Brown retaliated: "Excuse me, I'm not a student in your classroom. Please let me respond."
Watch the clip. Watch the smirk.

Please, Massachusetts, get rid of him. Wipe that smirk off his face.

5 comments:

Palli said...

he smirks handsomly and he kept saying "that's the beauty of being an Independent" over and over again. Can't get the fashion model out of the man!
All of America needs Elizabeth Warren in the Senate.

Hurling Dervish said...

So independent that he likes Supreme Court justices like Scalia and Sotomayor. So independent that he joins with Democrats in bipartisan collegiality on measures like "National Lobster Day." So independent that he embraces working with President Obama and, uh, uh, the other guy, the one who used to be governor in Massachusetts, but name doesn't come to the tip of the tongue right now....

Victor said...

He says he's an Independent?

Ms. Warren should have said,
"When I look, I see and "r", but I don't see an "i," in Scott Brown."

Anonymous said...

I can almost guarantee that was one of those well-rehearsed zingers that constitute GOP talking points this cycle. The look on his face says he'd just been waiting to launch that one and took great pleasure in his mission accomplished.

Greg said...

Agreed, GG. I'd bet the Brown campaign's focus group of moran swing voters had responded with a downtick of negativity to pre-selected moments of Warren being "professoral."

Republicans appealing to the dark side of voters: Same as it ever was.