Mass. Effect: Redemption (or, Lock Step or Mis-step?)

February 24th, 2010

A continuation of our “Mass Effect” series, inspired by Scott Brown Breaks With GOP To Support Jobs Bill (Huffington Post 2/22/10), Senate advances job-creation bill with GOP help, From the bluest of states, a red senator of a different color (Washington Post 2/23/10), Brown revives GOP moderates’ pivot role (WashingtonPost.com 2/23/10 7:26 am), Conservatives Turn On Scott Brown Over Jobs Bill Vote: ‘Low Life Scum Hypocrite!’ (Huffington Post 2/23/10), Glenn Beck Assails Scott Brown As A ‘Progressive Republican’ (Huffington Post 2/24/10), From hero to RINO (Washington Post 2/24/10), and  the video game novel of the same name.


GOP savior Scott Brown is not in lock step,

Which for Republican faithful might be a mis-step.

Will the Teabagger masses who so recently hailed him

Now condemn him him as having betrayed and failed them?


I for one sincerely hope not–

If Brown is moderate, he’s one of the few they’ve got.

As Aristotle said, all things should be done in moderation.

And a few GOP moderates might help save the Nation.


So Scott, if my past posts seemed overly critical,

Please forgive my having been political.

Forget everything I said before

And please go on being moderate some more.


And don’t worry about what those Teabaggers say—

They’ll never vote for you again anyway.

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Here’s Glenn Beck’s view (he’s actually making a little bit of sense here).

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  1. Newsericks » Blog Archive » Murray Hill Says:

    […] Donors would never be betrayed when their representative didn’t turn out as planned. […]

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