Scott Brown Says It Best

Yes, this is a US Senator from Massachusetts, but I don’t think anyone could explain it better. In case you haven’t seen this statement from Scott Brown yet, it’s moving.

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Sammy in Arizona
Sammy in Arizona
9 years ago

Sen Scott Brown, [redacted], and now “family values guy” posed naked, nothing on but a smile. Those photos are now all over the internet for his grandchildren and great grandchildren to be taunted with by their classmates in the future. (“we saw your grandpa’s naked pictures on the internet”) might be the other kids comments
kids can be mean

Dan
Dan
9 years ago

Thread trolled in one.

ANTHONY
ANTHONY
9 years ago

Hussein Obunko was talking about himself. He didn’t make it on his own….he was passed through the liberal education system where he devoured the pap that he was fed. His Commie father also contributed to the would be Manchurian tinhorn dictator by indoctrinating him to hate the west and what it stands for. So Hussein knows what he speaks of. It took a lot of hateful liberal enablers to make this president. He truly did not make it on his own.

Bill
Bill
9 years ago

Good commercial.
The Republicans can’t deny that government helps businesses, though. Heck, they want even lower taxes on businesses.
I can’t imagine that Steve Jobs would approve of his image being in a campaign commercial… especially for a Republican.

joe bernstein
joe bernstein
9 years ago

sammy again has nothing of value-he’s probably searching for naked photos of Elizabeth Warren to toss off to

ANTHONY
ANTHONY
9 years ago

Here’s the Hope and (spare) Change Hussein has in store for those who “make” it……..to the welfare rolls.
cnsnews.com/news/article/8753935-workers-disability-set-another-record-july-exceed-population-39-states

Mike Capelli
Mike Capelli
9 years ago

Oh no Joe, he’s looking for the Scott Brown photos.

Sammy in Arizona
Sammy in Arizona
9 years ago

His Commie father also contributed to the would be Manchurian tinhorn dictator by indoctrinating him to hate the west and what it stands for.
Posted by ANTHONY at July 25, 2012 6:50
Since there is no proof that President Obama HATES the west, I think this comment should be [redacted]
Thank You Sammy

Sammy in Arizona
Sammy in Arizona
9 years ago

On second thought
Since neither Anthony nor anyone else can possibly know what President Obama’s father, stepfather or his grandparents who actually raised him taught him as a child, in the interest of accuracy Anthony’s entire comment above should be [redacted]
Thank You Sammy

Dan
Dan
9 years ago

Sammy – Reconsider calling for heads to roll on this blog. Full-time partisan political trolls, such as yourself, are traditionally the first sent to the proverbial guillotine. I don’t know if Justin keeps a “list,” but if he does, then it’s a safe bet your name is at the top of it. Frankly, I’m surprised you’ve lasted as long as you have with all the irrelevant attack-ad-grade nonsense you post here.

Patrick
Patrick
9 years ago

Dan, stop feeding the trolls.
Just like the neighborhood feral cat, if you stop feeding them, they go away and finds someone else who will feed them.
The goal is to get a reaction, if none is given, they get bored and move on to lighting up the Fox News or CNN comment sections.

ANTHONY
ANTHONY
9 years ago

Sammy…WAAAAAAAAAHHH!!!
Full Disclosure:
Actual Liberal Pantywaist Crying was redacted from the above comment.

Mike
Mike
9 years ago

Well said Patrick

Monique
Monique(@monique-chartier)
Editor
9 years ago

Very nice job with the ad.
Romney should “steal” it.

Dan
Dan
9 years ago

I don’t know that identifying somebody as a troll counts as feeding the troll. I think it can serve as a warning to other commenters, let the troll know that we have identified them as such, and preemptively shut down any substantive responses to their nonsubstantive posts.
I’ve had moderate success using this approach on RIFuture with Turbo, who is by far the worst troll on that site. He’s still a nuisance to the free-market advocates who post there, but consistently calling him out as a troll has gotten him to back off from the worst forms of troll abuse, such as associating us with Rush Limbaugh and Glenn Beck in every post, or (bizarrely) calling us nazis and fascists.

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