It’s the people’s seat


In one sense, this is a small thing. But in another sense, it is important to not let such an inaccurate, loaded phrase pass without correction. Bravo, Mr. Brown.

David Gergen: “You said you’re for health care reform, just not this bill. We know form the Clinton experience that if this bill fails, it could well be another 15 years before we see health care reform efforts again in Washington. Are you, willing under those circumstances, to say, “I’m going to be the person, I’m going to sit in Teddy Kennedy’s seat, and I’m going to be the person that’s going to block it for another 15 years?”

Scott Brown: “Well with all due respect it’s not the Kennedy seat, and it’s not the Democrat’s seat– it’s the people’s seat.”

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