Brown pledge costs him vote

Posted
Friday September 7, 2012

I will not be voting for Re pub lican Sen. Scott Brown, because he has signed the (no tax hike) pledge to Grover Norquist and his money. Ra ther than represent the people of Massachusetts, he put his name down on a pledge to up hold a wealthy man’s opinion on how the government should run and not what will benefit our state.

You could say he can vote how he wants, but then what does that say about his value of his signature?

JOHN FITZGERALD

Pittsfield


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