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“Depending on what happens and where we go, all of us, we may obviously meet again,” he said, “but I’m looking forward to continuing on with those friendships, with continuing on working with my staff.”

Gonna work with them on their war-whoops and tomahawk chops, Scotty?

On the Senate floor today fake-bi-partisan Scott Brown (R-Wall Street) made a sappy farewell speech, in which he dropped heavy hints he wants back in.

“victory and defeat is temporary,” Scotty? Please, please O! God! Please! run again here in Massachusetts. Run for Governor, please. Run for John Kerry's seat if it opens up, please. It would be so enjoyable to watch you get your arrogant ass get "temporarily" beaten again.

Scott Brown? He's not a Senator. Just look at him.

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  •  Tip Jar (6+ / 0-)

    "Your opponent can't talk when he has your fist in his mouth." - Bill Clinton

    by MethuenProgressive on Wed Dec 12, 2012 at 01:48:30 PM PST

  •  he could probably get elected governor (0+ / 0-)

    Not sure if that's something he would want but his career in the senate is over.  Not likely they would send him back as long as he is a republican.
    To be honest if he wants a future is Ma he should just change parties eventually,republican is a dirty word in Ma.

  •  If Kerry goes SecState or SecDef (3+ / 0-)
    Recommended by:
    xsonogall, BPARTR, Ckntfld

    Brown will almost certainly run again.  And he has a good chance of winning a special election (in which too many Democrats stay home in their "safe blue" state).  

    SO I wouldn't count him out. Unfortunately.

    By the way it's pretty ironic that we changed the law for replacing Senators when Kerry was running for President, and Mitt Romney was governor.  Because no one trusted Romney (with good reason) not to appoint a Republican to take his place even though the state is overwhelmingly Democratic.

    That's is how Brown won the first time.  If we were to win again, that would be TWICE that Kerry (and the short-sighted decision in 2004) cost MA Dems a Senate seat.

    Barack Obama for President

    by looty on Wed Dec 12, 2012 at 02:00:37 PM PST

  •  I hope that Brown looks for big money in (3+ / 0-)
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    Ckntfld, pHunbalanced, Massconfusion

    the private sector and chooses to spare himself and his family the agony of another statewide run.

    And I disagree with people who speak of Brown's win against his special-election opponent Martha Coakley. It wasn't simply a matter of low Democratic voter turnout, as Looty suggests, nor did Brown "win" the election.  Coakley lost it with a lazy, arrogant, and misguided campaign.  Unfortunately, Coakley's incompetence, and the fact that not one Democrat at the national level bothered to pay attention to what was happening in MA, let Brown step on to the national stage.

    As for Brown's political future, I think there's a chance he could make a comeback, but, again, it doesn't have anything to do with whether or not Democrats turn out to vote against Brown.  Instead, it isn't clear that there's a Democrat willing to run for Governor or the Senate who has the kind of name recognition and statewide organization that Brown now does.  This will be a problem for the Democrats.

    But I personally hope I never have to see or hear Brown ever again.

    •  I agree with you wholheartedly ... (0+ / 0-)

      Chokely was a disaster and she should never be forgiven for her lousey campaign. Brown could win again if someone big did not step up (it would be too much to ask for but, Barney Frank?). Brown would have the name recognition is a short election but if he lost he'd be gone forever. I can't say I love John Kerry from a personality standpoint but I hope he stays a senator for a long time to come.

  •  But stupid is forever (3+ / 0-)

    What a putz.

    There are those that look at things the way they are, and ask why? I dream of things that never were, and ask why not? - Robert Kennedy

    by BobBlueMass on Wed Dec 12, 2012 at 04:20:26 PM PST

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