WaPo: Scott Brown just got the worst introduction ever
By Aaron Blake September 8 at 10:07 PM
Former senator Scott Brown (R-Mass.) is running for Senate in New Hampshire. And, yes, occasionally his state-switching comes up -- usually from his political enemies. But, on Monday, one of Brown's supporters -- Chris Sununu, a member of the New Hampshire executive council and son of former governor John Sununu (R) -- raised it. And he did it in about the most awkward way possible.
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This is a brief transcript from the video shot by a state Democratic Party tracker (emphasis ours since Sununu jumps around a lot):
Someone came up and said, "Hey, you know, I'd love to meet Scott." ... He said, "I always thought Scott was kind of a phony from Massachusetts." And I said, you gotta sit down with him, because -- he sat down, they had their little conversation, he walked away. You know what he said? He goes, "That guy was -- he's not a -- he's a phony from New Hampshire that just happened to live in Massachusetts for a little while. He's more New Hampshire than most people we have in New Hampshire."
Now that's something you can put on a bumper sticker.