Against this, Scott Brown’s website, evidently assembled by the same crack team that keeps the Senator up to date on
web chain mail national security, amazingly agrees that he voted to cut education grants for 135,000 and cost Massachusetts 17,000 jobs.
RHETORIC: “Scott Brown Voted For A Bill To Cut Pell Grants For 135,000 Massachusetts” And “A Budget That Would Have Cost Massachusetts 17,000 Jobs.”
REALITY: … Brown Voted For The Budget To Begin To Reduce Spending, But Said He Would Have Had “Different Priorities.” “Brown voted for the House Republican plan, though he says he opposes many of the cuts. …
Brown Voted For The Budget, But Said He Would Have Had “Different Priorities” if … lets help Team Brown with a conclusion. Add yours in the comments.
I’ll go first: “Brown Voted For The Budget, But Said He Would Have Had “Different Priorities” if … he represented the people of Massachusetts, rather than the Republican New York bankers paying for his campaign.