I spend a lot of time talking about Scott Brown’s voting record — and Scott Brown doesn’t like it one bit.
Yesterday, a news reporter asked Scott Brown to respond to my statement that he supports the national Republican agenda. Scott Brown said — and I quote:
“I don’t need Professor Warren talking or speaking or commenting on my votes.”
Sorry, Scott. I am not going to stop talking. If you don’t want anyone to talk about your votes, you shouldn’t have voted that way.
Scott Brown voted against three jobs bills that would have supported 22,000 jobs in Massachusetts. I’m going to keep talking about that.
Scott Brown voted to protect tax breaks for oil companies, some of the most profitable companies on the planet, rather than investing in clean energy. I’m going to keep talking about that.
Scott Brown voted against the Buffett Rule, legislation that would make sure millionaires and billionaires pay their fair share in taxes. I’m going to keep talking about that.
Scott Brown voted against equal pay for women. I’m going to keep talking about that.
And Scott Brown voted for the Blunt amendment to limit women’s access to birth control and cancer screenings. I’m going to keep talking about that.
I’m not going to stop talking, and I hope you won’t either. Talk to your friends — call them, Facebook, tweet, send them a fax if you’re old fashioned. Talk to the person behind you at the grocery store, and talk to the person pumping gas next to you.
Let them know why this race is so important.
We can do a lot more than talk about Scott Brown’s voting record — we can hold him accountable for it on Election Day.