“But if the watchman see the sword come, and blow not the trumpet, and the people be not warned;

if the sword come, and take any person from among them, he is taken away in his iniquity;

but his blood will I require at the watchman's hand."

Ezekiel 33:6

"A righteous man falling down before the wicked is as a troubled fountain, and a corrupt spring."

Proverbs 25:26

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***RINO ALERT: Scott Brown rejects Tea Party, "It’s not productive to criticize Obama"

Scott Brown (Tea Party Candidate) rejects Tea Party, says it’s not productive to criticize Obama. When Senator Scott Brown of Massachusetts was elected to serve the remainder of the term of the deceased Ted Kennedy last year, conservatives had decent hopes for him. After all, Brown nationalized his election battle by saying that he would vote against Obamacare. That pledge brought him huge support from the Tea Party, which worked hard to help him get elected. Since then, however, Brown has revealed himself to be what he truly is: a RINO Republican who does much of the Democrats’ bidding. With that in mind, it was no surprise to hear the senator say that he considers himself a Massachusetts Republican exclusively and not a Tea Partier by any means. He also confirmed how correct conservatives have been to criticize his performance, as he refused to criticize Barack Obama and called Obama criticism unproductive.
In his TV interview on Hannity, Brown appeared to plug his new book, “Against All Odds,” the supposedly dramatic account of how he was sexually abused by a homosexual a number of times as a child. While I could linger on the fact that it seems that he is profiting by sharing his proverbial pain in a book, the part of the interview that focused on his relationship with the Tea Party and his political opinions was more…how shall I say? Ah yes, juicy.
Brown has been a bitter disappointment of a Republican in his year in office because he has supported many, significant Democrat pieces of legislation that were unpopular with true conservatives. He has offended social conservatives by shacking up with Harry Reid to support the repeal of that homosexual-shielding Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell law. He has offended fiscal conservatives by supporting the Democrat so-called financial reform bill, which didn’t even address the Freddie Mac and Fannie Mae involvement. These are just two examples, but there are more.
All of this, of course, boils down to the fact that Brown is not at all a conservative—not even close. That’s why in the same interview, he told Hannity that he does not even consider himself a member of the Tea Party. Instead, by his own words, Brown self-identifies as a Republican from Massachusetts. Now, that is code for basically admitting to being nothing but a useless RINO (Republican In Name Only), who really supports the Democrat agenda as was seen by all his votes with the Democrats. This attitude by Brown is, at the very least, very ungrateful because no group did more to get Brown elected than various Tea Party groups.
Another disturbing part of the interview involved his commentary on various Obama policies (read: failures). Each time Hannity confronted him with a question on how he evaluates Obama’s economic policies (that are responsible for the high unemployment and barely existent job growth), he utterly refused to criticize the president! That is stunning because not only does Obama deserve all the criticism in the world, but anyone concerned with an out-of-control deficit should be placing all of his blame on the extremely free-spending president!
Clearly, Brown was constantly reluctant to criticize Obama because he needs Massachusetts voters—mostly Democrat and still in love with their Marxist president—and is looking ahead to when he’s up for reelection. There is even analysis that the reason Brown said he would not go after his homosexual molester is because he is relying on the gay community’s votes in his state! All this taken together means that Brown is worse than a disappointment. He’s a downright enabler of Democrats and a Democrat in Republican’s clothing. He ought to be challenged in the GOP primary in the next election cycle.





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