Scott Brown: Running for DC, STILL Leading at Home

While Scott Brown is running to represent us in Washington DC, he is still proving to be a leader here at home.  Health care reform, yeah.. Scott’s got it!

Where do we have the Cowardly Lying Coakley?  She may have a brain & some heart, as liberally warped as it may be, but she needs some courage to debate Scott Brown one-on-one.  Pay no attention to the DA behind the curtain for who dares challenge the great and powerful wicked witch of Beacon Hill?

(yes, my ode to RMG – who, with other posters – I did watch the Wizard of Oz for the first time about a week ago.  Well, first time the whole way through & not bits & pieces).

Donate to Scott Brown.  Staff the phone banks for Scott.  Get your friends & family out to the polls on January 19 to elect Scott Brown our next US Senator.  

BOSTON – Republican state Sen. Scott Brown is raising the issue of health care costs in his bid for the U.S. Senate seat left vacant by the death of Edward Kennedy.

Brown is filing legislation that would create a moratorium on increasing the number of coverage requirements for health care plans in Massachusetts.

The bill would also give the Massachusetts Health Care Connector Authority, which oversees the landmark health care law, more power to reduce coverage requirements.

Brown said the change would help rein in spiraling health care costs that are threatening to undermine the law.

http://www.bostonherald.com/ne…

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  • Brown’s bill gets at the real issue, and it’s a good sign that he recognizes it’s about requiring people to write a blank check to biotech.  He should be able to get Coakley in a corner, since her progressive BMG supporters are absolutely insane about refusing to accept limits, they demand full coverage of everything, not just abortion but also IVF and, well, everything.

  • sing that, during a political campaign, he has his head on a little straighter than the alternative.

    Somehow I don’t see the connection to the “booga booga” nonsense.

  • It’s the same Scott Brown we saw debating in the WBZ TV debate (we who watched it anyways).  Joe Kennedy doesn’t make that much of a difference.

  • His proposed legislation is a joke. Mandates are bad. Period. They don’t work, and they are destroying healthcare in this state (and about to destroy it in the nation).