Letter: Senate fight
In my corner is the brilliant professor, Elizabeth Warren, this contender has won matches against elitist Wall Street and powerful banks. In the opposite corner, her opponent (wearing his impostor donkey tank top) is Scott Brown, a.k.a. the Naked Man who has voted against providing tax relief to middle class families and voted against the Paycheck Fairness Act requiring equal pay for women.
Round 1: A typical sparring, let’s see what you’ve got. A few wimpy flexes by Naked Man. The professor is ready to set Brown’s record straight for the voting public.
Round 2: Naked Man drives around the ring with his fake centerfold smile in his ah shucks pretend truck. Contender Professor delivers a dynamic speech with the world listening. The crowd cheers and she wins the round.
Round 3: He’s unhappy, goes “dirty” and the crowd boos. He cries to the Ref, “Professor is being dishonest and is saying untrue things about who I am and what I stand for.” Suck it up Naked Man; it’s called an “opinion.” You know, Freedom of Speech! He whines, your opinion isn’t the only one that counts, Elizabeth.
Could it be Naked Man is also against opinions (if not his) along with his “votes against” the jobs bill, against fair wages for women, against saving the environment, student loan assistance, campaign contribution disclosures, etc., etc., etc.
Round 4 yet to play out: Will Naked Man ever come out of the closet and admit he is a Republican?