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  • billyliar66 billyliar66 Feb 1, 2013 3:12 PM Flag

    Scott Brown Drops Out of MA Senate Race

    Saving himself to run for President in 2016. Please! Run Scott, Run!

    That would be a true gift to the Dems.

    Brown has to be careful not to turn to the side during photo ops. People then see what a cardboard cutout looks like from that angle.

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    • Actually he is planning on running for Governor. MA has a history of being a very Blue State in national elections but often voting for Republican Governors. He would use the Governorship as a launching pad for the Presidency but I think he would yield to Christie first.

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      • You can be sure, if he does run for Gov. his platform will not be 'end Mass care'. Everybody likes it!

        This is why the GOP is so crazy eager to try and stop Obamacare. Once people use it, they'll like it, and it will be permanent, at least on the rode to single payer.

        Employers will have to end their current bargain: "Sure we take advantage of you, but if we let you go and you get sick without healthcare, you could go bankrupt and or die." (actually that can happen quite easily even with healthcare as it current works.)

      • It will be political theater at its best. Christie will run, and amazing, will dent up the sane portion of the GOP. Of course, he will come off as a mean, snippy, tyrant: his true character.

        He doesn't stand a 1% chance against Hillary Clinton.

        He will be an unwilling contributor to the end of the GOP.

 
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