Friday, September 21, 2012

Brown - Warren Round 1

Well the much anticipated Massachusetts Senate debate between Senator Scott Brown and Democrat opponent Professor Elizabeth Warren finally happened last night with Senator Brown clearly and decisively trouncing a flustered Warren.

Her hands were visibly shaking at several points throughout the hour long debate.


The so-called high school debate champion tried her best to suppress her shrieking nanny finger waving "I know what's best for you" persona, but it bled through the squelched down version she tried to present in the debate.

Her incessant mugging shown on the split screen shots while Sen. Brown would rebut or present his case clearly did not come off well, but does reflect who she really is; a shrieking nanny finger waving "I know what's best for you" fraud.

Let's recap:

First national disgrace Nevada Senator "Dirty" Harry Reid (apologies to Clint Eastwood) played some games to delay votes in the Senate to apparently rattle Senator Brown's cage and then make another outrageous claim that Brown was stalling to avoid the debate.

Senator Reid earns the nickname because he likes to play dirty by floating stories about presidential candidate Mitt Romney not paying taxes without any proof. Yesterday, Dirty Harry delayed votes in the Senate which almost caused Senator Brown to have to cancel appearing in Boston for the debates.

Imagine how much fun the Democrats would have had had Reid's little ruse worked.
"It's obvious to me what's going on," Reid said. "I've been to a few of these rodeos. It is obvious there is big stall taking place. One of the senators who had a debate tonight doesn't want to debate. Well he can't use the Senate as an excuse. There will be no more votes today.
Apparently Reid thinks everyone is stupid and will swallow that line of bull that Scott Brown was trying to duck the debate just like his claim that Mitt Romney didn't pay taxes.

If anyone is doing any ducking here, it's Warren who has ducked any local media who aren't worshiping her and she has avoided speaking to Native Americans who she once claimed she wanted to have luncheons with.

She hasn't answered a question yet.

What a phony.

Senator Brown showed up to the debate and immediately pounced on Warren's false ancestry claims. Now I will say that Senator Brown at times was a little hurried in his delivery, but overall did a very good job, especially when refuting Warren's token scare tactics one by one.

"Stop scaring women" was a great line he used a few times to thwart Warren's distortions of his voting record and stance on issues.

Brown iterated that character is indeed an issue when making a choice to elect someone to the United States Senate. And he correctly pointed out that Warren's credibility as a candidate is questionable given her career advancement was likely based on her claims to be Native American. To which she again offered no proof or explanation other than her boiler plate dismissal of family lore which she once again recited and once again refused to answer the question directly.

To those of you who take this lightly, I say you are making a big mistake to not take this into account. Elizabeth Warren's whole career should be in question and her ethics are certainly an issue when she refuses time and again to take this head on. She is clearly lying.

To say "what child questions their parents" is an insult as she started claiming Native Ancestry in her 30's to advance her career. Bull.

And if you think this is going away, read this. Native Americans, with whom she has at least twice refused to meet publicly, are not going to let this rest. And rightfully so. And neither should Senator Brown.

Senator Brown then put Warren into the box she belongs, a tax and spend Democrat with no positions other than hard party lines.

Warren simply parrots her television commercial sound bites and regurgitates the same old drivel she's been spouting since day 1 of her poorly conceived campaign. Her message is the same as the Obama campaign, class warfare.

She trotted out the holy trinity of Democratic scare mongering by invoking the Police-Fire and Teacher meme that they all use to scare voters into submission.

She used the big oil and Wall Street bogeymen and the ubiquitous and ever present "War on Women" which like the emperor, has no clothes.

Warren tried to paste the Blunt Amendment vote as a negative and Senator Brown twice referenced how he positioned himself as the late Senator Ted Kennedy had for protection of religious beliefs and contraception. Warren then used a "how dare you" posture to invoke the name of Ted Kennedy.
“You should stop scaring women, professor. Because I’ve been fighting for women since I was six years old. I’m going to continue to make sure they have that care and coverage. But I’m not going to pit women against their church and their faith and allow… I have the same position as Senator Kennedy in providing a conscience exemption that allows Catholics in particular, churches, hospitals, health care facilities that practice faith to have that ability to not provide certain care and coverages.” - Senator Scott Brown
All of Warren's answers were canned responses that anyone who has listened to her even the tiniest bit has heard over and over again.

Round 1 to Scott Brown who scored big points by pointing out that he is none of the things Warren tried to paint and is clearly the better choice.

Brown has proven to be a bipartisan politician, much to the chagrin of many Republicans. People need to understand Brown cannot win in Massachusetts as a hard right pol which is not what he is anyway.

Warren has proven that she is not one for compromise and will go hard left.

What do you want voters, a Senator who will refuse to compromise, is a socialist, will advocate more taxes at every turn or a Senator who has a proven track record of working with both sides?

This country will get nowhere with polarization which is what Warren will bring.








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