‘Abused’ Scott Brown Abuses Us

Posted March 31st, 2011 by Iron Mike

Becoming Abusive

They say child abuse is a vicious cycle; – that the abused boy becomes an abusive man.

So maybe Scott Brown was abused as a boy.  He sure is abusing the people who elected him to the US Senate. 

Scott’s abusive nature showed itself today when he sent a letter to the Senate leaders of both parties.  He asked for them to find common ground, end their squabbles, and come to an agreement on the budget.  He said he is ‘disappointed’ in them.

Pretty arrogant stuff for a junior senator.

Maybe his head was swollen? A poll came out today which somehow shows him enjoying a 73% approval rating among Bay State voters.  I wouldn’t let that one go to your head Scotty – it’s a Democrat poll – paid for by the Democrat Party.  It ~ could ~ be a setup.

Your book has only sold 15,534 copies as of last week.  I’m not seeing enough interest there to justify a movie.

The real abuse was when he talked about softening the proposed Republican budget cuts, calling them irresponsible.  

“Reducing and eliminating needless spending and programs are appropriate, but a wholesale reduction in spending, without considering economic, cultural, and social impacts is simply irresponsible. We must also be mindful that many of the proposed spending reductions would disproportionately affect the neediest among us, including housing and heating assistance.”

Scott, what are your plans for 2013? 

You are fast pissing off all the Republicans, Independents, Conservatives, and TEA Party folks who stood in the cold to get you elected.  We all wanted the federal budget CUT, – not just nibbled at.  Did not the nationwide Tsunami of last November wet your feet?

Unless you intend to go ahead and switch parties,  you might try sounding a little more like a Republican and a lot less like Bernie Sanders.  And please try to find some humility.  You’re really not good enough to wear such arrogance.

    /s/  Iron Mike
   Old Soldier, – Still Good for Parts!

– – – – Scott’s Letter – – – – – –

Dear Senators Reid, McConnell, Conrad, Sessions, Inouye and Cochran:

Since the beginning of the 112th Congress, the House and Senate have been seeking common ground to finish the appropriations work for FY 2011.  Sadly, rather than reaching a workable, bi-partisan solution to responsibly address our staggering deficit, we are repeatedly given a false choice between CR proposals that either don’t go far enough to reduce federal spending and proposals that set the wrong priorities that would disproportionately affect low-income families and seniors, while doing little to address critical, long-term issues.

I am disappointed that despite passing six different FY 2011 Continuing Resolutions, each with the understanding that passage would move bi-partisan negotiations further along, that we are once again faced with the likelihood of a government shutdown.  A government shutdown absolutely serves no purpose and is in no one’s best interests.  I stand ready to work with each of you, to do what it takes—and to put politics aside—and work on behalf of a greater good to ensure that Congress reach a bi-partisan compromise for FY 2011 and avoid a government shutdown.

Our collective work begins by having a clear understanding of the seriousness of our budget crisis and what is at stake if we fail to address it.  We can all agree that we simply cannot continue on this reckless, unsustainable course.  Reducing and eliminating needless spending and programs are appropriate, but a wholesale reduction in spending, without considering economic, cultural, and social impacts is simply irresponsible. We must also be mindful that many of the proposed spending reductions would disproportionately affect the neediest among us, including housing and heating assistance.  Likewise, some of the proposed cuts would be economically counterproductive, negatively impacting our ability to innovate and invest in research and development.

Deficit reduction is a necessary goal for our country.  But deficit reduction should not be achieved in isolation of our priorities as a government and a society.  I believe that responsible and meaningful bi-partisan support must be found and forged if we are to achieve long-term fiscal stability.  I intend to be a part of the discussions and the solutions for how to move our country forward, without eliminating programs that are successful, cost-effective, or critical to the livelihood of the neediest among us.

Thank you for your consideration.

Very respectfully,

Scott P. Brown
United States Senator

2 Responses to “‘Abused’ Scott Brown Abuses Us”

  1. Tom Gilroy

    “Disappointed” is the operative word. We, the conservatives and Tea Party members, who made up the majority that worked so hard for your election only to be constantly dissed by the junior Senator, we are disappointed in some of your decisions in particular your vote for financial reform and your vote to confirm Elana Kagan, among others. We sent you to Washington to cut spending and decrease the deficit, not to scold your leadership. The feel good legislation plays well in the Globe (read mostly by moonbats), but get out in front and support the budget cuts that play much better with the voters.

  2. Sam Adams

    For all his blustering, he can’t seem to get up much steam for his re-election. He would rather be loved by the left. Unfortunately, they’re not the ones who will cast a vote for him. But like all of the rest of the RINO establishment, they’re still workin’ on it!
    I think his goose is cooked. Or better yet, he’s overdone.