Elizabeth Warren Leads Scott Brown In Massachusetts Senate Nail-biter

A new WMUR poll of Massachusetts finds Democratic challenger Elizabeth Warren holding a narrow lead over Republican Senator Scott Brown, 46%-43%.

The WMUR poll shows the race between Warren and Brown to be as close as close can be. Not only is Warren’s three point lead within the poll’s margin of error, but both candidates hold positive favorable ratings. Sen. Brown’s has a favorable/unfavorable split of 50%/29%. The lesser known Elizabeth Warren has a favorable/unfavorable split of 39%-29%, with 15% undecided and 14% never heard of her. Scott Brown’s highest favorability ratings by demographic are with voters age 30-44 (59%), and women age 18-49, (53%). Elizabeth Warren’s best favorable numbers by demographic are with voters age 60+ (51%), and women age 60 and over (50%). read more

Sarah Palin Goes a Feudin’ with Scott Brown

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Sarah Palin was on Fox Business this morning where she did not hesitate to start a feud with former Tea Party golden boy, now pariah Sen. Scott Brown (R-MA) for daring to vote with Democrats on some issues. Palin claimed that Brown was not a hardcore constitutional conservative and that Massachusetts would, "put up with Scott Brown and the antics there."

Scott Brown: Obama is a Good Man and Not a Socialist

Sen. Scott Brown (R-MA) continued to distance himself from the members of the fringe right by refusing to call President Barack Obama a Socialist today on CBS' Face The Nation. When asked the Socialism question, Brown said, "I think the President is a good man... I know he cares deeply about our country. But it-- it's just different priorities." Brown also took a swipe at the birthers by saying that he knows that Obama is an American.

Teabagger No More: Brown Endorses Romney over Palin for 2012

Scott Brown (R-MA) appeared on NBC-TV's "Today" show this morning. Brown made his break with the Tea Party final by announcing he would support Mitt Romney over Tea Party darling Sarah Palin, dashing the hopes of many Tea Partiers who had fantasies of a Palin/Brown ticket in 2012. The support of the Tea Party and Sarah Palin's endorsement are assumed to be responsible for getting Brown his seat in the special election in January of this year.

Fox Tries to Spin Away Scott Brown Blowing off the Tea Party

Fox Pathetically Tries to Spin Away Scott Brown Blowing off the Tea Party

While reporting on the Tea Party rally in Boston today for FNC's America Live, Fox News reporter Molly Line tried to spin away the fact that Sen. Scott Brown decided to not to show up at the rally and associate with the Tea Party and Sarah Palin. Line said, "Tea Partiers gave him some credit actually for not coming here today." Only at a rally led by Palin and Fox would Brown get credit for not showing up.