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No Elephants Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Wed May-16-12 01:11 AM
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3. Scott Brown voted against keeping interest rates low for student loans.
I don't know if it's still true, but Boston alone once had more schools of higher education than any other city in the world. So, student loans are a very big deal in Massachusetts.

Not to mention that the student vote is substantial.

But this "shiny thing" is taking up all the oxygen.

The media simply will not reveal Brown for what he is.

And Leslie Stahl, for crap's sake. What was up with her, saying he is independent and beholden to no one?

The Koch brothers put him in office (well, them and the negligence of Democrats) and he votes with the Republican caucus almost all the time, just like he did when he was a state legislator.

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