Rasmussen (who, remember, has a well-documented history of skewing in favor of the Republican candidate) has now polled the Senate race three times, to my knowledge. The first poll, released on March 1, had Scott Brown up 5 points, 49-44 over Elizabeth Warren. The next one, released on April 10, had Warren up 1, 46-45.
Ah – but now we’ve had the Herald-inspired and Team Brown-abetted kerfuffle over Elizabeth Warren’s Native American heritage. Why, the Herald has even hilariously dubbed her “Fauxcahontas” (keepin’ it classy, there, Track gals – maybe Ernie’s been right about you all along). Surely, this has devastated her standing in the polls! Surely, Massachusetts voters are outraged, or at least deeply, deeply concerned!
Meanwhile, Scott Brown made a big mistake by voting to filibuster a bill to keep student loan interest rates from doubling. The best commentary I’ve seen on that comes from our own mattmedia, who offers the following hilarious report:
I called [Brown's] office and was told he wants to hold out for a “bipartisan” bill. I told the guy the bill would be bipartisan if Scott Brown voted for it.
LOL – hard to argue with that one! Pretty much sums up the 100% content-free nature of Scott Brown’s time in the Senate.