A Republican organization that backed Sen. Scott Brown (R-Mass.) with independent expenditures and fundraising assistance says it will work to defeat Brown in a Republican primary next year in order to protect the party's brand.
Scott Wheeler, who heads the National Republican Trust PAC, said the group never expected Brown to toe a consistently conservative line, given his home state. But Brown's vote for the New START Treaty with
in late 2010 was a bridge too far, Wheeler said. Russia
"We believe the Democrats' policies are destroying the country. Why let them take a Republican vote with them? If we're not going to have at least a symbolic vote against some of this garbage, then let's make the Democrats take the blame for it. It's their policies," Wheeler said in a Friday interview. "I say, no more Republican hostages."
Tea Bag 'em. Tea Bag 'em all, I say.
I'll say that this is sure is a lovely group of friends and associates that Scott keeps. But you dance with the ones that brung you so they say and with any luck Brown’s dance card will by full next time around.
I do have one suggestion from this teabag-esque group, I think they should try to get Christine O’Donnell to move to