Let's remember that when it comes to extension of unemployment benefits, Scott Brown's first priority was as follows:
“We need to stop the deficit spending and start offsetting the cost of worthy programs by cutting wasteful spending in other places,'' Brown said in a statement. “This requires elected leaders to make hard choices, but our country's economic stability requires that we get our fiscal house in order.''
… but as for his filibustering insistence on tax cuts for the rich …
The $858 billion package does more damage to the deficit than anything other piece of legislation passed during the Obama presidency.
Scott Brown's idea of fiscal house-sitting is to set the house on fire. He is a deficit fraud.