Brown For US Senate - BROWN CAMPAIGN RELEASES NEW WEB VIDEO: "99"


BROWN CAMPAIGN RELEASES NEW WEB VIDEO: "99"
HIGHLIGHTS SHAHEEN'S "RUBBERSTAMP" SUPPORT FOR OBAMA AGENDA

 
MANCHESTER - Today, the Brown campaign released a new web video titled: “99." Shot at the New Hampshire Institute of Politics before a standing-room only crowd, Brown contrasts his record of independent leadership with Senator Shaheen’s blind support of President Obama and his failed agenda 99 percent of the time. 

Brown explains that Senator Shaheen's record can be "readily summed up in one single number—99,” the amount of time she votes with President Obama.

 
He adds that he “views the job as senator very differently and party politics has nothing to do with it whatsoever. When any president is clear and resolute in the defense of America’s interests it won’t matter to me if we’re from the same party or not. I will be there with my vote and support.”
 
Click here to watch.

Transcript "99":


Scott Brown: In our state voters have a very clear choice, between two candidates with very different records and different ideas on those positions.
 
And as always in New Hampshire, the test is pretty straightforward folks.

Who has the judgment to make the right calls?
 
The question is who has shown real and true independence and put party loyalty aside?
 
And put our country and national interests first each and every time?
 
As you know she is the senior senator from New Hampshire, and a member of the Foreign Relations Committee.
 
She has been in that privileged, and I say privileged position for nearly six years.
 
And she has a record that can be readily summed up in one single number: 99.
 
99 percent.  That is how often Senator Shaheen votes in support of any policy of the Obama Administration, whatever it is.
 
See I view the job as senator very differently and party politics has nothing to do with it whatsoever.
 
When any president is clear and resolute in the defense of America’s interests it won’t matter to me if we’re from the same party or not.
 
I will be there with my vote and support.
 
But where there is confusion and where there is indecision and where there is incoherence in foreign policy I will challenge and I will question and never fall in line with anyone and be that rubberstamp.