Speaking to reporters Monday night outside a function hall, where Brown addressed Republicans at a fund-raiser for local candidates, he criticized Shaheen for raising the specter of a matchup between the two in a recent campaign e-mail. The fund-raiser was closed to the media.
“I think it’s shameful for her to do that, for one, because I’m not a declared candidate,” Brown said. “I think she should be addressing the government shutdown problem.” [Boston Globe]
Further Brown press releases:
“I think it’s shameful that Shaheen voted for Obamacare which I enthusiastically supported as Romneycare in 2006 while in the Mass legislature…”
“I think it’s shameful that people are assuming that Gail and I are selling our lovely house in Wrentham so that our remaining house in New Hampshire can be our primary residence.”
“I think it is terribly shameful that Professor Warren is sending emails asking people to contribute to Shaheen even though I haven’t declared my candidacy for the New Hampshire senate seat.”
“I think it abysmally shameful that anyone would question my position at a major law firm where I can practice my legal specialty, military law.”
“I think it unforgivably shameful that anyone would publicly suggest that my daughters, Ayla and Arianna, are ‘available'”. Oh, wait.
“I think that “shameful” is just a wonderful word. Not to use it liberally (excuse the term, I misspoke) is shameful.