Scott Collins-Snowe-Voinovich Brown, Spiritual leader of the Tea Party!

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Jobless benefits advance in Senate with Republican votes

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The chamber voted 60 to 34 to proceed on a measure that would extend unemployment insurance, subsidies for the COBRA health insurance program and federal flood insurance through May 5. Four Republicans -- Sens. Scott Brown (Mass.), Susan Collins (Maine), Olympia J. Snowe (Maine) and George V. Voinovich (Ohio) -- joined every Democrat present in voting to move the bill forward, making it likely that the measure will pass in a final tally this week.

If these kind of Republicans are what the Tea Partiers want, what's all the ruckus about??

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we want people who are conservatives about spending and about cutting down big government. I will vote whomever is conservative not Republican and NEVER A DEMORAT.
 

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we want people who are conservatives about spending and about cutting down big government. I will vote whomever is conservative not Republican and NEVER A DEMORAT.
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Jobless benefits advance in Senate with Republican votes

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The chamber voted 60 to 34 to proceed on a measure that would extend unemployment insurance, subsidies for the COBRA health insurance program and federal flood insurance through May 5. Four Republicans -- Sens. Scott Brown (Mass.), Susan Collins (Maine), Olympia J. Snowe (Maine) and George V. Voinovich (Ohio) -- joined every Democrat present in voting to move the bill forward, making it likely that the measure will pass in a final tally this week.

If these kind of Republicans are what the Tea Partiers want, what's all the ruckus about??

:lol:

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beats me. brown's doing just what he said he'd do when he ran: considering each bill on its merits for both mass and the country.

crazy talk, i know...still, i'll vote for him again in 2012
 
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Jobless benefits advance in Senate with Republican votes

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The chamber voted 60 to 34 to proceed on a measure that would extend unemployment insurance, subsidies for the COBRA health insurance program and federal flood insurance through May 5. Four Republicans -- Sens. Scott Brown (Mass.), Susan Collins (Maine), Olympia J. Snowe (Maine) and George V. Voinovich (Ohio) -- joined every Democrat present in voting to move the bill forward, making it likely that the measure will pass in a final tally this week.

If these kind of Republicans are what the Tea Partiers want, what's all the ruckus about??

:lol:

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beats me. brown's doing just what he said he'd do when he ran: considering each bill on its merits for both mass and the country.

crazy talk, i know...still, i'll vote for him again in 2012
He symbolizes my vision for the future of American politcs,

a liberal party called the Democrats, a centrist party called the Republicans,

and a herd of bewildered rightwingers milling about saying wha' hoppen' ??!!!
 
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Jobless benefits advance in Senate with Republican votes

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The chamber voted 60 to 34 to proceed on a measure that would extend unemployment insurance, subsidies for the COBRA health insurance program and federal flood insurance through May 5. Four Republicans -- Sens. Scott Brown (Mass.), Susan Collins (Maine), Olympia J. Snowe (Maine) and George V. Voinovich (Ohio) -- joined every Democrat present in voting to move the bill forward, making it likely that the measure will pass in a final tally this week.

If these kind of Republicans are what the Tea Partiers want, what's all the ruckus about??

:lol:

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beats me. brown's doing just what he said he'd do when he ran: considering each bill on its merits for both mass and the country.

crazy talk, i know...still, i'll vote for him again in 2012
Yea, I don't know why anyone is surprised by Brown.... he has, so far, done exactly what he said he would do during his campaign. If I lived in Mass, I'd be watching him for '12.
 

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