I think that running Brown against Coakley in the Mass Senate race is a good move. It seems to me like what the Republicans have done is take a very well cut and empty suit and filled it with just enough talking points to make it attractive to the voters. Kind of like a shiny, twirly, fishing lure with big, barbed hooks all over it. The race won't be long, so it won't cost them much. There's a small chance they might even get him elected. I'm puzzled though.
So what was all that hype about Conservative ideological purity in the Scuzzapalozza race in upstate New York last November? Does this mean Micheal Steele and his posse of RINOs carries the day?