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Scott Brown Snuggles Up To Fox News, Dreams Of Romney What-Might-Have-Beens

Scott Brown plays the last card left in his deck. If only Mitt were President now...

Scott Brown is having fever dreams about what might have been if Mitt Romney had been elected, and on Friday, he snuggled up with Brian Kilmeade on Fox News Radio to share his innermost fantasies.


“Gosh can you imagine if Mitt was the president right now?” Brown said. “He was right on Russia, he was right on Obamacare, he was right on the economy. And I guarantee you we would not be worrying about Ebola right now and, you know, worrying about our foreign policy screw ups.”

Gosh, we probably wouldn't be worrying about Ebola right now because Mitt isn't African like the current Kenyan usurper is, right?

No, we'd be worried about our brave young men and women serving in Ukraine, Syria and Iran while Mitt ignored the bodies coming home in coffins while selling the rest of the country to the billionaires who nearly own it now.

Mitt wasn't right on a damn thing, most especially the economy, where President Obama managed to achieve in two years what Mitt promised in four years. But this is Fox News Fantasyland, where everything is viewed through the looking-glass of Roger Ailes' ass.

Bye-bye, Scott Brown.

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