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Ian David Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Tue Jul-29-08 05:58 PM
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1. She's running against Meltdown Scotty!
Edited on Tue Jul-29-08 06:02 PM by IanDB1
Brown is not beautiful (but he was in Comos as a "Hunk")

This is a great story about how State Senator Scott Brown, (on right in Cosmo) out of Wrentham and leading candidate for the Massachusetts Republican nomination for U.S. Senate in 2008, had a "meltdown" in front of 80 King Philip's High School students at a student assembly. Brown had asked to speak to the students because he felt he had been "abused" by student detractors from King's Philip High School who made fun of him on their student run internet chatroom, "facebook."

At the assembly in King Phillip's High School auditorium, State Senator Brown called each student out, one by one, using curse words that every mother would be horrified to hear and would've covered their children's ears if they were there. Above the protests of all the teachers who were aghast at the state Senator's anti-social behavior and foul language, Brown refused to stop his child-like tirade calling each student out one by one in great pleasure.

If this man thinks he should be entitled to the Republican nomination for U.S. Senate just because there are only a few GOP contenders out there, then how can a man with such thin skin be able to defeat John Kerry whose skin is thin and cold-blooded already. What make's Brown think he can represent Massachusetts as United States Senator when it's obvious he can't even handle a few teenagers teasing him.

Please read more of " Scott Brown's meltdown at the Freak Show:"


Scott P. Brown
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia


On the morning of February 9, 2007, Brown was to have lectured at King Philip Regional High School to an audience of approximately 80 students as well as a number of faculty and administrators, about the issue of gay marriage. Brown was to represent a contra opinion to balance a King Philip teacher who was pro-gay marriage. However, instead of speaking about his intended topic, Brown earned more attention for discussing his anger over a Facebook group opposing him. The Facebook group added "devil horns" to photos of Brown, used a number of vulgarities against him, and made disparaging comments about his daughter Ayla. During his appearance at King Philip, Brown quoted the Facebook statements verbatim, including the aforementioned vulgarities, and announced the names of the students who allegedly wrote said statements. At the time of the controversy, Brown was considering a run for the US Senate in 2008 against Massachusetts junior US Senator and former presidential candidate, John Kerry. Shortly after the controversy became a nation-wide media event, Brown announced that he would not be a candidate for the US Senate in 2008.

Memorial Day On May 28th, 2006, Scott Brown delivered a Memorial Day speech to members of the American Legion and Veterans of Foreign Wars in Wrentham, MA. During his speech, Brown was reported to have stated, "While I am very proud of the sacrifices made by the men and women here today who have fought in this nations wars, I am equally proud of my daughter, Ayla, for her accomplishments in competing on American Idol." Attendees of the event, including veterans from World War II, the Korean War, Vietnam and Desert Storm were reportedly aghast that the senator, a 28 year veteran of the Massachusetts National Guard in the Judge Advocate General's (JAG) office, could ever compare their sacrifices, including wounds, amputations and the like, with the accomplishment of his daughter performing in a TV "reality" show.

Personal life

Brown is married to WCVB-TV reporter Gail Huff. They have two daughters, Ayla Brown (an American Idol contestant) and Arianna Brown. They live in Wrentham, Massachusetts.


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