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Scott Brown is out of work and looking for a job. He is a good looking man, who very much liked being a Senator from Massachusetts and he realized this was the best job he was ever going to get, so now he's running in New Hampshire.
If he has any thoughts of his own, if he is capable of any independent thought and analysis, we will never know because he cleaves to the party line which is: 1. The road to Paradise is through private enterprise. 2. All the ills of the American economy emanate from government interference and regulation . 3. Government is the problem,not the solution. 4. Obamacare is the root of all evil. 5. Lazy no good nicks are unwilling to work and liberals want to take your hard earned money and give it to them. 6. Cutting taxes for the rich will be good for the poor because the rich will hire the poor and wealth will trickle down to them's that needs it.
Of course, as Paul Krugman points out every day, there is no good evidence that any of these propositions of Republican economics is true, and in fact, there is plenty of evidence it is all false, but that doesn't stop people from believing what they want to believe.
When Mad Dog was growing up the prevailing belief was that Blacks were lazy and only wanted a government hand out, that if the Blacks were paid more, it would come out of the pockets of hard working Whites and Whites would suffer. Of course, what happened, when some Blacks got better jobs is it lifted the whole economy and it was better for everyone.
And now we have Scott Brown, candidate of the rich, pulling even with Jeanne Shaheen, riding a wave of negative ads funded by the Koch brothers and we are facing the prospect of our state represented in the Senate by Scott Brown and Kelly Ayotte.
But New Hampshire is not Mississippi or Georgia, is it?
Or is it?