Scott Brown recently ran a campaign ad that featured his truck (a GM truck, mind you).

The Democrats thought it was ridiculous, and John Kerry has a message for Brown and voters:

“I’ve got news for you, Scott: George Bush drove a truck, too, and look where it got us,” Sen. Kerry said, continuing to poke at the campaign ad. “I didn’t know it was a qualification for being in the Senate.”

I actually agree with Kerry on that last part. Considering the politician who this special election is set to replace, what you drive, and more importantly, how you drive it, has no bearing whatsoever on whether or not you’re elected and re-elected in Massachusetts.

But since this election is sure to be a close one, just to be safe, maybe Brown should get liquored up, pick up some perky side action, put her in the passenger seat, and drive his freakin’ truck into the drink.

(h/t Pundit & Pundette)


2 Responses to “Fittingly Enough, the Debate Over Who Will Replace Ted Kennedy Now Focuses on Driving”

  1. Nanny on January 18th, 2010 8:25 pm

    This latest attack on Scott Brown is hilarious! First Kerry and Zero are attacking him for driving an American built truck (union made). The company that makes this truck is now owned by the US government (dissing yourself is always good) and they are "deriding" him for driving a vehicle made by GM – product they want us to buy. And yes Doug, last but not least – they are asking Mass voters to continue to support the politics and policies of a man who committed vehicular homicide. All in one day! Priceless! I really do hope the voters in Mass have their eyes and ears wide open when they go to vote on Tuesday!

  2. Rick on January 18th, 2010 9:22 pm

    Here’s hoping Brown gets to drive that truck into the US Capitol over Harry Reid’s political carcass.

    Whatever happens in MA Tues.,thanks to Doug Powers for the excellent blog coverage.

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