Senator-elect Scott Brown joins the McCain Machine

Last night as conservatives across the nation were cheering his win, Scott Brown made a big point of saying his campaign had beaten the “Machine” in Massachusetts. Now, sadly, he has wasted no time in announcing by auto-dialer that he has joined the McCain Machine. This is his message being delivered to conservative Republicans across the state today:

Hello this is newly elected United States Senator Scott Brown from Massachusetts. I am honored at the role that your Senator John McCain played in my election yesterday when few thought I had a chance of winning, John stood by me and supported my campaign.  He was the first one. I want to thank him for his support for me and I want to encourage you to continue to support John. I look forward to joining him as he fights against wasteful spending and a government takeover of your health care.

Please call his campaign today at 602-604-2010 and tell John what a great job he’s doing.

Thank you for your time. This call has been paid for by Friends of John McCain.”

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18 Responses to Senator-elect Scott Brown joins the McCain Machine

  1. DeAnn says:

    I called the number and let McCain know I didn’t think he was doing a good job.

  2. Seen It All says:

    Isn’t this sad? I’m so disappointed. Brown needs a crash course in McAntics. He is the most untrustworthy of politicians, eager to throw conservatives under the bus with no provocation. Brown will learn soon enough. This shows the desperation of McCain at the thought of havng a real challenger such as JD.

  3. sherriaz says:

    Glad that Scott Brown won, but that’s it. Nothing he, Palin or anyone else can say will make me vote for McCain again.

    “Comprehensive Immigration Reform” is going to rear its ugly head sometime soon as the Dems scramble to replace lost independent votes. The unions want more members and the Dems need the PAC money.

    I don’t want McCain ( or Kyl or Flake…) anywhere near it. I want them replaced with patriotic conservatives that will support our sovereignty and push a complete lockdown of the immigration program followed by deportations.

  4. Kathy says:

    I rec’d a robo call from the McCain camp last night, asking if I would vote for McCain or another person; if I would vote in 2010 and select what was important to me (economy, healthcare, security, etc.). McCain won’t be happy with my response!! Hopefully, Palin & Brown will wake up to McCain’s tactics – we in AZ know all too well.

  5. MacBeth says:

    No kidding!
    I’m an Arizona native and have never seen anyone who matches him in duplicitous deception, anger, vileness and foul speech. If McCain is the best we can do, we’re in sad shape.

  6. DeAnn says:

    We all need to email Scott Brown and Sarah and let them know we are not happy with their choice. This makes me sick.

  7. Kathy says:

    DeAnn – I have!

  8. Realist says:

    My first reaction after hearing the robo call from Scott Brown had me cursing McCain and his operatives for using this guy before he (Brown) figures out where McCain is coming from. However, I’m beginning to question Brown’s judgement. Scott Brown & Sarah Palin need to be given a crash course on McShame! They need to be warned that McCain is a believer of big government and to run as fast as they can away from him! If both still back him, then we find another new/fresh face. WE THE PEOPLE DO NOT WANT ANYMORE MCCAINS, POLITICIANS OF HIS ILK, OR NAIVE/GULLIBLE NEWCOMMERS TO THE POLITICAL SCENE WHO CANNOT RECGONIZE BIG GOVERNMENT RINOS LIKE MCCAIN, OLYMPIA SNOW & LINDSAY GRAHAM! I believe Brown & Palin can be salvaged.
    They just need to get away from the clutches of the McCainiacs.

  9. Calypso says:

    Realist:
    You make a persuasive case for lack of judgment, and I’ll buy it with Brown, as he is still a political novice. Palin has been exposed to the seamy underbelly of the McCain machine, and saw and heard his mistreatment of her. She definitely should know better. I can only imagine there must be a carrot for her at the end of this stick. In any event, I am thoroughly disgusted with them both right about now.

  10. ld 11 pc says:

    The amount of stature they have lost in my eyes is incalculable.

  11. CCZ says:

    This definitely is a loss of luster for Sarah. I really like her, but I’ll have to actively work against her in this situation. I remember reading not too long ago that McCain was actively working behind the scenes trying to change the GOP to his image, a progressive GOP image.

  12. Army of One says:

    Hilarious! Now old McCain is riding young Scott Brown’s coattails!! Who would have thought this last year when McCain was the presidential candidate and Brown was an unknown state senator from Massachusetts?

    What irony!

  13. Doc says:

    I thought Teddy was McCain’s “Good Friend & Colleague”! Of course, the R.I.N.O.’s stick together. I’m glad Brown won this, but let’s see where he turns when the R.I.N.O.’s are NOT re-elected, & he’s left holdin’ th’ sack.

  14. Emily Romney says:

    We need to remember that Scott Brown won as a moderate. He did not run as a conservative. His win benefits the Republican party and could help the conservative movement but he is socially moderate. So it makes sense that he supports John McCain.

    As for Palin, she needs to stop all the shenadigans and get to studying if she is ever going to run for a top office. She was a great shot in the arm to the Republican party, but man she needs to work on her talking points and freshen up on the issues.

    As for Senator McCain, he is what he is. I heard some horrible radio ad against JD Hayworth today and it made me consider supporting JD…. who wrote that gargabe?!

  15. Doc says:

    Emily…The ads you’re hearing are as of this writing…against what could be legally considered 1 of Senator McCain’s own CONSTITUENTS! The ?senator? is taking out radio ads slandering/bashing a guy who has NEVER STATED he was officially running against him. J.D. Hayworth is as of this writing, a PRIVATE CITIZEN of the State of Arizona, & as such, a constituent of ?senator? McCain’s. For the ?senator? to do this is an absolute DISGRACE! In my opinion.

    If the ?senator? would commit such a grievous act…what else will he do? Therefore, as a fellow CITIZEN of our fair State, how could you NOT support Mr. Hayworth? ?Senator? McCain’s actions such as this, have placed a black-mark on Arizona that will take a lotta’ HARD WORK to erase…

    takin’ out advertisements AGAINST a private citizen…whatever…loser…

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  18. Malaine says:

    As life long Republicans this house will never again cast a vote for McCain