Senator to tour Roslindale Square

Should you wish to adjust your schedule for Friday morning, Scott Brown will be ambling about the Square around 10 a.m., going into stores (whose owners have already been asked if that's OK), shaking hands, getting the lay of the land, doing whatever it is senators do when they visit the hustings.

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And then he'll wander over to

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And then he'll wander over to the nearest talk radio station and whine that somebody was mean to him?

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Nice to see

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our US Senator ambling around with the common folk instead of Nantucket, Louisberg Sq and Hyannisport

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OO000oooo

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But Liz is just such a superstar, she must have done SO0o much for you and your moonbat friends. He is one of the only politician who votes based on what he believes in, not what his party favors.

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Agree

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[citation needed]

As far as I've seen he hasn't been the maverick he promised, and has been voting with his caucus almost 100% of the time, unless it's a vote he wants to spin back home here.

IMO, you need to do a little bit better at finding a middle way if that's how you want to position yourself.

For everything I've read his constituent services sucks big time (although that might not be fair comparing it to Teddys).

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What Scott Brown believes in

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Apparently, he believes in going easy on the banks that ripped people off and caused the Great Recession, because watering down financial reform is quite nearly the very first thing he did upon entering office.

His constituency works on Wall Street, and I don't mean Charlestown.

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Warren commercial has a tone problem.

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I haven't been closely following this race, and I don't watch a lot of TV, but I have seen a Warren commercial.

I think Warren is very smart, that she is probably right about regulatory laxity having had a major role in causing the financial crisis, and that she is particularly well-versed in the areas that require effective and meaningful (and not silly) regulation, however...

The tone of that commercial will win Cambridge, Brookline, Newton, and other similar municipalities (there aren't that many) (and maybe UHub) for her, but that's not enough to beat a sitting U.S. Senator, regardless of how credential-less he otherwise might be.

No matter how deserving General Electric is to be called out for its lacking U.S. tax payments, I just don't think that the majority of the electorate will go for that - if they would, there would have been WAY more people sitting in Dewey Square.

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Also

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seems quiet on the home front.

Both her and in the presidential election.

I know Obama isn't officially kicking it off until May 5th, but I expected Warren to have more of a visible presence already, especially after Coakleys huge campaigning mistakes.

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