Republican Sen Scott Brown Proves Bipartisanship Can Work
Tuesday, 23 February 2010
Republican Sen. Scott Brown was elected because he promised the people of Massachusetts that he would vote for "what is right" regardless of party or ideology. In other words, Brown promised to act like a good human being instead of a low life partisan hack. The partisan hacks are usually deeply narcissistic and engaged in projection dynamics psychologically speaking. In simpler words, partisans and especially republicans are acting out of and voting out of and making decsicions out of their unresolved woundedness and complexes.
A Senator or Congressman/woman must be mature enough to transcend partisan politics when it comes to governing. There is politics and there is governing and the two have to be separated. Americans need representatives that are going to vote common sense and do the right thing regardless of what their party hacks and bullies would prefer. This would effectively get rid of the toxic negative shadow side of politics. The Palins, Limbaugh, Beck, Coultur, Hannity, and all the other radicals who will do and say just about anything for this country to fail under the Obama administration would quickly become unemployed.
Newest GOPer Scott Brown crosses aisle to advance $15B jobs bill
WASHINGTON - A $15 billion Democratic jobs bill has advanced in the Senate,
helped along by the vote of the chamber's newest Republican.
Sen. Scott Brown (R-Mass.) joined several other Republicans to help Democrats
defeat a filibuster orchestrated by GOP leaders by a 62-30 tally. The vote to
actually pass the measure is expected tomorrow.
The bill would allow businesses that hire unemployed workers to forgo paying Social
Security payroll taxes on them through December and give the businesses a
$1,000 credit if new workers stay on the job a full year.
Brown said he wished the measure contained deeper tax cuts, but that it
would still "help put people back to work."