A politician is someone who didn’t have enough integrity to be a used car salesman.

Remember that today. I’m not all that happy that a Republican might be elected in Massachusetts but I’m ecstatic that a Democrat might loose.

Scott Brown isn’t a white knight with a pure heart. He’s a politician, so don’t get all hopey changey about him.

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4 Responses to Politicians

  1. JD says:

    It is very unusual to actually get a choice here in MA as to who to vote for, or more exactly who will screw you less once they get in. Normally it is just a formality before we have to bend over and take it again from the DEMs. If Scott can win here that will say something. . . .

  2. Jay G. says:

    Do not mistake my enthusiasm for Scott Brown as support. I fully understand that he is a politician, and a MA politician at that.


    It offers a chance to drive a stake right through the heart of Øbamacare. Check.

    It offers a chance to shake the national single party control (slightly). Check.

    It offers a chance to break the stranglehold on MA politics at the national level. Check.

    It ought to send a message, loud and clear, that we will not be taken for granted any more, that merely slapping an (R) or a (D) on one’s name is not a magic bullet for election even in the “safest” areas.

    I like the idea that there are NO “safe” areas for politicians. In general, that is…

    I am positively giddy about Scott Brown right now…

  3. alan says:

    Getting excited Jay? 🙂

  4. I never vote for anybody. Always vote against. (W.C. Fields)

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