In an attempt to bolster his status as an "independent thinker" in an appearance on Fox 25 Morning News, Sen. Scott Brown, R-Mass., highlighted the legislation that he and President Obama have agreed on.The GOP can lose that seat and still win the Senate back, and given Brown's aversion to all things conservative, that might not be a bad thing.
The sole Republican member of Congress from Massachusetts, Brown faces a tough battle with Democratic opponent Elizabeth Warren.
"The president just signed into law my 3 percent withholding bill, the Hire a Hero veterans bill, the Arlington Cemetery bill," he told Fox. "I mean, I could go on and on and on."
Brown, who has been supporting left-leaning policies as of late, also referred to himself as the most bipartisan senator in Congress.
Thursday, December 29, 2011
Sen. Scott Brown, the Massachusetts Republican Senator who won Teddy Kennedy's old seat with significant support from the Tea Party, is now running to Obama to try and save his job: