During the last debate, we found out a lot more about Senator Scott Brown's ties to the oil and gas industries, his questionable stance on women's health issues and his belief that the rich shouldn't be asked to pay their fair share.
With another debate coming up tonight, we are offering a few suggested questions for the moderator to ask Senator Brown.
Will you apologize for the behavior of your supporters?
A few days ago, video of Scott Brown's staff making racist and offensive chants and taunts became public. Will Brown offer a sincere apology for his staff members' conduct and discipline those involved? If not, why will he fail to take such action?
How do you justify taking millions of dollars from Wall Street while simultaneously using your swing vote to water down reform legislation?
In the summer of 2010, as Congress was negotiating Wall Street regulations that were
intended to prevent another nationwide financial collapse, Scott Brown and his staff were
working to water down those rules. At the same time, according to The Boston Globe, donations from Wall Street "poured in" to the senator's campaign. Brown has raised more than $1.1 million from Wall Street, and Forbes calls him one of "Wall Street's Favorite Congressmen." He needs to be asked if he is on the side of Wall Street or the people of
How can you call yourself the second-most bipartisan member of the Senate when you consistently vote with fellow Republicans on important legislation?
According to an analysis conducted by the organization Progress Mass, when push comes to shove, Scott Brown is in lockstep with the national Republican Party. When he has a chance to make a difference in stopping a filibuster, Brown votes with the Republican majority 76 percent of the time. His actions simply don't match up with his claims of bipartisanship, and he needs to be asked why that is the case.
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