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Outrageous sellout: Scott Brown tells homosexual group his vote to repeal "Don't Ask Don't Tell" was "in the best interest of our state and our country."
POSTED: October 6, 2011
On September 21, Sen. Scott Brown (R-MA) along with Sen. Susan Collins (R-ME) and other politicians spoke at a fundraiser for the homosexual group "Log Cabin Republicans" in Washington, DC.
The group gave Brown their "highest award" for his vote to repeal "Don't Ask Don't Tell." That widely criticized lame-duck vote in the waning days of the session effectively gave the homosexual movement a free reign throughout the US military, which they are taking advantage of at lightning speed, including even "gay marriages" on bases now being put into place.
Later, when the bill was signed by Barack Obama, Brown invited one of the most vicious homosexual activists and his "husband" to the signing ceremony in Washington, DC.
"I've been in the Senate for a little more than a year-and-a-half, and I am proud to say that I vote in the best interest of our state and our country. On every issue that comes before us -- ranging from jobs bills, financial reform, the START Treaty -- and the Repeal of Don't Ask Don't Tell -- I have done my due diligence, made sure I understood the issue, have acted independently and voted regardless of what political party was the prime sponsor of the bill.
Conveniently buying the Obama propaganda
In his speech, Brown clearly bought into the Obama Administration propaganda, including the much-criticized Pentagon report, claiming that implementation of homosexuality into the military could happen "smoothly" and that it would have no long-term adverse effect.
The cynical dishonesty of today's GOP politicians
In 2010 Brown had campaigned for his US Senate seat by telling voters he was AGAINST the repeal. See voter guide HERE. In retrospect, he obviously said this to coalesce conservative statewide support in his successful uphill fight against Democrat Martha Coakley.
But now as he faces a 2012 reelection campaign he feels he can take the "conservatives" for granted. So he wants to curry as much favor with the liberal press as he can. And with votes like this he's on the right track. Below is an editorial from the Boston Herald a few days after Brown's "award" from the Log Cabin Republicans:
Boston Herald pro-gay editorial 9/21/2011: