I know I'm going to caught some heat for what I am about to say, but it needs to be said. Scott Brown hasn't even been in office a full month hardly, yet conservatives already have their knives out ready to cut him down. Notice I didn't say that liberals are ready to cut him down. Here's why some on the right are fit to be tied in regards to Scott Brown. Scott is supporting the Democrat's scaled back $15 billion dollar jobs bill
. It doesn't take a gobber to understand that this bill isn't going to create any private sector jobs at all. I believe I understand why Scott is supporting it, but I am really all that concerned that he is supporting. Originally, the bill was as high as $85 billion dollars. These days $15 billion dolalrs is literally chump change when the government is involved. Conservatives need to take a deep breath and calm down. I rather have Scott show bipartisanship on a weak non important bill like the Democrats $15 billion jobs bill then him supporting a socialist healthcare bill worth over a $1 trillion dollars. Furthermore, Scott Brown is from of course Massachusetts. Nobody in their right mind thinks for a minute that Scott is a solid conservative do they? For him to have campaigned as such would have meant a harsh defeat in ultra liberal Massachusetts. Think of it this way. An elected conservative in Massachusetts is going to be a little different then an elected conservative from a conservative state. Senators like Richard Shelby and Jeff Sessions of Alabama can afford to vote according to their conservative principals 100% of the time, because their state of Alabama is a solidly conservative state. People in Massachusetts on the other hand are made up of mostly independent voters, and they will be looking for Scott Brown to "reach across the asile" from time to time. As I said before, it's ok for him to reach across the asile on weak legislation that won't do any harm to the country. Conservatives for the most part who have a problem with Brown's decission need to give the guy a break and look at the bigger picture.