Wednesday, January 20, 2010

Scott Brown's First Senate Address

Scott Brown should make his first official address something like this:

Ladies and gentlemen, I am standing here today because the good people of Massachusetts wanted to send a message to Washington. I am here as a representative of that message. What my constituency told me is that they are tired of Obama administrations attempts by the government to take over health care. I will, therefore with all diligence, work against the Obama administration to pass this so-called health care reform bill that a majority of Americans oppose. I am here to oppose the growth of government in all its forms. In fact, I am here to do my job and make government smaller. I will uphold my oath and vote no on any legislation that does not meet a Constitutional litmus test. I am asking Democrats, Republicans and Independents to join me in restoring the faith of the American people in their government. Thank you, I look forward to serving with you.

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