We all know how much Rushpublics love that whole authoritarian thing. Nothing says GOP better than a firm "NO!" on, well, just about anything the Democrats put forward.
They stick together like glue, even when their glue stick is George W. Bush.
Why, they're so decisive that they can't seem to find it in themselves to veer from a decision once they've made one... even a bad one.
They loves them an immovable stance (not to mention a wide one).
So how do you solve a problem like Scott?
During the Senate special election in Massachusetts, Republican Scott Brown was criticized for his lack of support for LGBT rights. The Massachusetts Family Institute put out a report card showing that he supports the ban on gay men and women serving openly in the military, a position also noted by MassEquality, a leading state gay political group.
Don't get me wrong. If he's pro-choice (in some circumstances) and ends up being for the repeal of DADT, great.
However, here are a few reasons why I can't get too excited (scroll through posts; because of Blogger's limit on tags, there is none for "Scott Brown", which is why we are going to a different site asap). Here are a few more. Here too.