Wall Street & Scott Brown

Wall Street refers to the financial district of New York City, named after and centered on the eight-block-long street running from Broadway to South Street on the East River in Lower Manhattan. Scott Philip Brown (born September 12, 1959) is an American politician and the junior United States Senator from Massachusetts. 5.0/5

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Elizabeth Warren for President? Be careful what you wish for. There are no ordinary people. All of us are unique. The working class is what makes this country run. Elizabeth Warren (Massachusetts Senator) is emerging as the “face” of liberal America. Some of the left don’t like Hillary Clinton because they think she is too socially moderate and too “hawkish” on the war on terror. So liberals are encouraging Elizabeth Warren to run for president on the Democratic ticket. Warren spent almost 20 years teaching at Harvard law school and once claimed to be of Cherokee descent. That came back to bite her as the Boston Herald reported that she has no Native-American heritage. Nevertheless, she easily defeated Scott Brown and is now the senior senator of Massachusetts. Warren despises Wall Street and big banks, saying “they have rigged” the capitalistic system. At one time she questioned why there were no mass indictments of bankers after the economic crash in 2008. In fact, she is not a big fan o . ...
Why vote for Wall Street crony Scott Brown, who has the family values of a cockroach?
After 13 yrs of fighting for Wall St, Eric Cantor will cash-in on Wall St . Scott Brown lobbied for Wa…
Clintons’ corporate ATM cuts both ways By Chris Stirewalt | July 2, 2014 | 10:24 am Topics: Power Play **Want FOX News First in your inbox every day? Sign up here.** Buzz Cut: • Clintons’ corporate ATM cuts both ways • ObamaCare problems may mean lost coverage, tax chaos in 2015 • Messy Mississippi gets even messier • Power Play: Light blue state turning purple • Calling all cars CLINTONS’ CORPORATE ATM CUTS BOTH WAYS Raising cash in staggering amounts, much of it from Wall Street, the Clintons’ fundraising machine has put 2016 Democratic frontrunner Hillary Clinton in the driver’s seat when it comes to the big bucks required to seek the highest office in the land. However, Hillary’s recent difficulty in explaining that her extraordinary wealth doesn’t disconnect her from most Americans shows that those big corporate bucks come at a political price. Republicans and some Democrats are worried, albeit for different reasons about the Clinton juggernaut, and a juggernaut it surely is. ...
Scott Brown might have Wall Street's money flooding in, but Sen. Jeanne Shaheen has us. Help her now with a $5 donation.
Scott Brown's great feat as a U.S. senator was helping banks rewrite Wall Street reform protecting “two banks in Mass from Volcker Rule
In his first two campaigns for the Senate, Scott Brown could count on the lockstep support of Wall Street — first in his campaign to deprive Democrats of the 60-seat majority, and then as the man standing between bank-bashing Democrat Elizabeth Warren and high office.
Scott Brown was Wall Street's biggest friend, when he was in the MA Senate seat.
"Big Oil and Wall Street want to buy him (Scott Brown) a Senate seat" - exactly.
A letter from Elizabeth Warren "Self-serving and hypocritical" Elizabeth Warren Mar 18 at 10:26 AM I have good news and bad news. The good news: This weekend, we raised more than $40,000 to help Jeanne Shaheen beat Scott Brown in New Hampshire – surpassing our $25,000 goal. Now the bad news: Karl Rove's Super PAC just announced that it's spending $600,000 on a new round of ads attacking our friend Jeanne. We know first-hand how aggressive, relentless, and deceptive Scott Brown's attacks can be. And now he's signed on to get the dirtiest, most secretive help he can find to attack Jeanne Shaheen. So we need to fight back. We're not going to be able to put together $600,000 as quickly as Karl Rove's anonymous billionaire and corporate friends – but we can still make an important difference. Can we double our goal and raise $50,000 for Jeanne? Make a donation to fight back against the efforts of Karl Rove, the Koch Brothers, and the Republican Party to get Scott Brown back in the U.S. Senate. You may rem ...
In 2013 Scott Brown made it official with Wall Street -
Elizabeth Warren just sent out a fundraising letter for Jeanne Shaheen warning about Wall Street's favorite senator, Scott Brown
The best of Scott Brown's 2012 campaign of anecdote-stealing, Wall Street-loving, Tea Party-adoring hypocrisy:
$BPFH Pro-Democratic PAC says Scott Brown 'delivered for Wall Street, saving big ...
Randall, When Wendy Davis stood up on the floor of the Texas Senate for nearly 13 hours to block a radical anti-choice bill, I wanted to give her a Texas-sized high-five. The next day, I called Wendy to let her know that the whole country was cheering her on. I told her to keep fighting for all of us – and we would keep fighting for her. Six months later, our champion Wendy is running for governor of Texas. She's not afraid of a tough fight, and neither are we. Wendy's team is trying to raise $500,000 by December 31st – and she needs our help. Can you give $5 or more to help Wendy reach her goal? The GOP knows that Wendy Davis is special, and they are scared that her victory in 2014 could turn the tide against Republican victories in Texas. National Republicans have already dumped an astonishing $21 million into her opponent's campaign war chest. I know it sounds tough to overcome odds like that. But I want you to remember something: When I decided to run for the Senate, Scott Brown already had a $10 ...
This morning a Wall Street Super PAC backing Scott Brown went up on air in New Hampshire with $70,000 behind a TV ad attacking me. The right-wing Super PACs are desperate to take back the Senate – and they know that to do that they must win in New Hampshire. It is so important my campaign’s increasing our online goal to $70,000 by Friday – enough to match their spending. We’re halfway there, but I need your help to get the rest of the way. We’ve got $62,803 to go – every day we wait is another day these attacks go unanswered. Can you give now? Click here to donate $5 or more, right away, to help set the record straight on their attacks. I know – with you by my side – we can do this. Thank you, Jeanne Paid for by Friends of Jeanne Shaheen
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Last year over 800 Blue America contributors put up some money for Elizabeth Warren's campaign for the Senate. As you know, she ousted the incumbent, Wall Street shill Scott Brown. This week was her first opportunity to question witnesses from her new position on the Senate Banking Committee...
Let me attempt again to make the basic facts clear. Third Way is not a “liberal think tank.” It does not take “a centrist approach.” It is not run by “fellow progressives.” It is not concerned with “protecting entitlements.” It is not even a “think tank.” Third Way is a creature of Wall Street. It’s version of “protecting” the safety net was made infamous during the Tet offensive in Viet Nam when the American officer explained that “it became necessary to destroy the village in order to save it.” Third Way is the Wall Street wing of the Democratic Party, which seeks to defeat Democratic candidates like Elizabeth Warren running against Wall Street sycophants like Senator Scott Brown and seeks to unravel the safety net programs that are the crown jewels of the Democratic Party. Wall Street’s “natural” party is certainly the Republican Party, but Wall Street has no permanent party or ideology, only permanent interests. Third Way serves its financial interests and the perso ...
Wall Street, Your Worst Nightmare Won The Massachusetts Senate Race Linette Lopez | Nov. 6, 2012, 9:44 PM | 8,821 | 36 inShare 10 Email More scottbrownma via YouTube Elizabeth Warren has taken Scott Brown's Senate seat in Massachusetts, news outlets are projecting. This is a major victory for Democrats. Brown, a Republican, is best known for destroying the Democrat's former majority in the Senate when he took the late Ted Kennedy's seat. And Wall Street knows what Elizabeth Warren is best known for. A former Harvard law professor and bankruptcy expert, she made waves in Washington as an outspoken critic of Wall Street during and after the financial crisis. She was also considered to head the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau but was passed over in favor of former Ohio Attorney General Richard Cordray. And if that isn't enough to scare Wall Street, check out this bit from Warren's Democratic National Convention speech: People feel like the system is rigged against them. And here's the painful part: the ...
Wall Street is also afraid because the brain for the Occupy WS Movement, Elizabeth Warren (who never answered a question during her campaign) unseated Scott Brown in Mass.
We still need to ingnite a viral campaign endorsing Elizabeth Warren. If you have been hurt by Wall Street regulations and are a part of the 99%, Elizabeth Warren is our candidate. She has not been afraid to take on Wall Street. Scott Brown is a puppet for Romney and the Koch Brothers. We are not Scott Brown. We are Warren! Show your solidarity online by placing the profile picture "We are Warren" on your page and tag it to your friends. Do not forget to Vote for Elizabeth Warren for US Senate in MA and Barack Obama for President on this Tuesday November 6th 2012 at your polls from 7am-8pm. To find out where you vote go to
I keep the TV on in my office to watch any breaking news that's happening. Woah. I want you to know what Scott Brown has been spending all of his Wall Street money on: One false ad attacking Elizabeth's work for coal workers and asbestos victims. But all the fact checkers know that Elizabeth was actually fighting to protect workers and have called Brown's attacks "a distortion." A second false ad accusing Elizabeth of wanting to "raid" Medicare. Total right-wing Republican nonsense. Elizabeth supports President Obama's Affordable Care Act, which extends the life of Medicare, and doesn't cut one dime from Medicare benefits. A third false ad claiming Scott Brown will support Massachusetts women because he "supported" the Lilly Ledbetter Fair Pay Act. Well, that's great, but that law passed well before Scott Brown was elected. As an actual senator, he did have one bill to protect equal pay for women -- and he voted no. A fourth false ad which claims Scott Brown favors "lower taxes for all" and Elizabeth want ...
Scott Brown just cancelled his final debate. He put out a press release and announced that this week's debate -- scheduled to be shown on every local TV station in Massachusetts -- just wasn't necessary. That's how a Wall Street, Big Oil, Mitt Romney Republican plans to win this election. To do anything remotely possible to avoid talking about his votes on jobs, taxes, health care, equal pay for equal work, access to birth control or special deals for Wall Street. It's plain and simple: Scott Brown doesn't want to talk about his record!
Why I'm Not Voting for Scott Brown, Part 1: After the economic collapse of several years ago, it was obvious that Wall Street could not be trusted to regulate itself. So, tough new laws were passed to allow the government to do so, in the form of the "Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform Act". Scott Brown cast a key vote in passing this act, something he is proud of and reminds us of often. But Brown didn't simply vote for the bill as it was. He lobbied heavily to weaken the "Volcker Rule", a key part of the bill which prevents banks from engaging in risky investments. He held a Swing Vote on the bill, and the rest of the Senate knew that it wouldn't pass without Brown's support. Brown got his way; the Volcker Rule was significantly weakened. Now Wall Street loves Scott Brown. In fact, Brown received $1.2 million in campaign donations from the securities and investment industry between January 2011 and March 31, 2012, more than any other member of Congress. I always laughed at the slogan, "He's for us". N ...
Wall Street & billionaire Bloomberg,Big Oil & billionaire Koch Bros wouldn't be backing GOP Scott Brown if as he claims was for us.
E.IZABETH WARREN FOR SENATE The Koch Brothers just gave Scott Brown's Super PAC $500,000 for mail and robocalls attacking Elizabeth. Half a million dollars to spend in just 20 days. The Republicans hit the panic button in Massachusetts -- and they're swooping in to save Scott Brown's campaign. The strength of our grassroots campaign is being tested like never before. If we don't stand up to the right-wing billionaires swooping in to help Scott Brown, it could be too late. Scott Brown and Mitt Romney have the same plan. Cut taxes for millionaires and billionaires, and leave everyone else to pick up the pieces. It was wrong when Scott Brown said it in our last debate, and it was wrong when Mitt Romney said it last night. The facts are clear: Elizabeth Warren wants to be the deciding vote to give President Obama a Democratic majority in the United States Senate to keep moving our country forward. Brown wants a Republican majority to stand in his way. That's why Karl Rove, the Koch Brothers and Wall Street wi ...
I wanted to share some incredible news with you. Over the past three months, our campaign raised just over $12 million. Now here's the really special part: 57% of our donations were $25 or less. 82% of our donations were $50 or less. You're a part of the strongest grassroots Senate campaign this country has ever seen. Now here's the bad news. After this huge announcement, you can count on one thing: Wall Street and the national Republicans are about to panic and flood Scott Brown and his Super PAC with cash. They'll spend anything they can to keep the Massachusetts Senate seat under Republican control. It's their only chance to winning back Republican control of the United State Senate. We can't afford to be outraised these final 22 days of the campaign. Elizabeth needs your help. Donate now -- whatever you can afford -- to help Elizabeth finish this campaign strong. I'm amazed by the strength of this community each and every day -- and I know we can count on you to help Elizabeth win on November 6th. Tha ...
Murray and I will be watching the second debate tonight between Elizabeth Warren and Scott Brown. Do us a favor...don't just listen to those bogus ads on TV about Warren that Brown has been spewing...she is a great candicate for US Senate and although Scott Brown says he is "for the people" look at his record...all about supporting the Wall Street gang and Big Oil. Not for women's rights and certainly not who I want representing me in DC. Watch and see!
Scott Brown was not fit to occupy the seat Ted Kennedy filled honorably. Service to the people vs Wall Street
Gary L,Elizabeth Warren sent a heartfelt email to supporters. We wanted to make sure you saw it:Republicans are flooding Scott Brown with Wall Street money...I was thinking about the very first contest we had in the campaign -- figuring out what should be printed on the back of our Elizabeth-for-Senate T-shirts. The winning slogan: The best senator money can't buy. I love that sentence -- the best senator money...
Watching things like Scott Brown's sheer stupidity in his attacks on his opponent. The rise and fall of rise of Ted Akin in MO. Romney and Ryan's grasping clueless and aimlessly at something resembling a platform. I have to wonder, what has happened to the GOP? The left has always been a bit of a circus during my life. I come to expect silliness from liberals. It goes hand in hand with smoking weed, reading Nietzsche, Kerouac and Ginsberg as well as listening to Pink Floyd. But usually the left's shenanigans have been well intentioned efforts to help the poor, the disenfranchised and to give peace a chance. Their insanity has led to furthering health, education and welfare. The worst thing that has come from their efforts is what, some people abusing welfare? A black man might get a job over a white an to fill a quota? *** people get the right to legally live as "married couples"? The American checkbook gets overdrawn? Compared to the neo-McCarthyistic attacks declaring Obama a "Muslim in Christian Wool ...
Earlier today, Scott Brown challenged Elizabeth Warren's assertion that she is of mixed ancestry including that of two Native American tribes. He claimed that she checked the Native American box in her application to Penn and Harvard and thus obtained unwarranted advantage. Scott Brown has no paper trail evidence of his accusations. Elizabeth Warren responded by relating the way her parents and relatives had told her of her ancestry. She also denied ever taking advantage of her ancestry--quite believable when you realize that Native Americans were the first genocide victims in this country. Scott Brown's votes in Congress have been indicative of his close ties to Wall Street and right wing Republicans of which he is one in spite of his allegations that he is moderate. I believe his early dig at Warren's ancestry was an ad hominem ploy to distract viewers away from his own record. Elizabeth Warren is of the opposite end of the political spectrum and has been a thorn in the side of Wall Street types. I ...
Scott Brown is Just a Common Man with a Pickup Truck That Raises Millions from Wall Street for Doing What They Tell Him. ...
This was submitted by one of my friends in rebuttal to a bias article supporting Scott Brown. In defending Elizabeth Warren's record, she cited her sources, like the scholar she is. This prompted an immediate reaction from some far-right jerk talked about her remarks being "libelous". These guys never see anything they do as libel. I've posted it here. Please support Sheri with your comments: Mark, I just read your editorial in this week’s WEBSTER TIMES. I would be fascinated to hear the factual evidence for your conclusion that Scott Brown has represented “the People” in the Senate. I did not live in Massachusetts for the last Senate election, so I have made it a priority to do my homework before I cast a vote this time. From researching Scott Brown’s voting record, I have learned the following: He has consistently worked to protect Wall Street rather than Main Street. Scott Brown is reportedly the largest recipient in the Senate of Wall Street donations, so his stance against Main Street sho ...
More likely you'll see fundraisers for Akin featuring Scott Brown, Rick Berg, Romney, Denny Rehberg & other Wall Street ***
Sen. Scott Brown (R-Mass.) likes to tout his credentials fighting Wall Street, but he's been doing awfully well lately raising money with the help of New York finance types, and Saturday he'll notch another such event. An invitation shows that former Lehman Brothers bond trader Larry McDonald is rol...
I just sent Elizabeth Warren some money in her fight against Wall Street bootlicker Scott Brown. I you would like to contribute send donation to: Elizabeth for Massachusetts, PO Box 961919, Boston MA. 02196.
Looking for Scott Brown? Check Wall Street. He's heading back to New York City this week for another fancy fundraiser -- and the who's who of Wall Street and its big banks will be there. They know that when they need someone to look out for their loopholes and protect their profits, they've got Senator Scott Brown. That's why Forbes Magazine named him one of "Wall Street's favorite" Senators. W all Street executives aren't writing giant checks to Elizabeth like they are for Scott Brown. Elizabeth's relying on you -- and tens of thousands of people across Massachusetts and around the country -- chipping in $5 and $10 at a time. Friday night is our final fundraising report deadline before our September primary -- and we need your help to show Scott Brown that Main Street can beat Wall Street. Will you chip in $5 now to help Elizabeth raise $100,000 before our Friday fundraising deadline? I know we've asked a lot of you over the past few months -- and your support has been just incredible. But the harsh real ...
Play 'Who Is Scott Brown?' to uncover Republican Scott Brown's real record of support for Wall Street, Big Oil, and a right-wing social agenda!
Today's Taranto. Checkmate. "Elizabeth Warren will not deliver the keynote speech at this year's Democratic National Convention," the Boston Globe reports. (That honor will go to 37-year-old Julian Castro, mayor of San Antonio.) But Warren, the leftist challenger to Sen. Scott Brown, will get prominent billing. She will speak just before Bill Clinton "on what party officials hope will be an energetic penultimate night." This ought to be fun, especially if her speech is in the self-important vein of this quote, from National Journal: "Every now and again, I meet with someone who's been very successful on Wall Street, who says, 'I want to support your campaign because I believe you will save capitalism. I believe in capitalism, and I understand there have to be rules. And they have to be consistently enforced.' That's what I think is at stake in this election." That's a hefty assignment, the salvation of capitalism, but Democratic strategists, while cringing at the grandiosity of the statement, say she arti ...
Bloomberg's endorsement of Scott Brown proves that Wall Street bankers are VERY worried about Elizabeth Warren in the Senate.
"Today, Scott Brown stands with Wall Street, and I stand with every credit union in the Commonwealth," Elizabeth Warren
Barney Frank and explain how Scott Brown would weaken Wall Street reform:
Blue America Three Generations of Romneys Have Avoided Military Service While Pushing A Corporate War Agenda Although the biggest news out of Massachusetts this week was about how Scott Brown worked to weaken Wall Street reform while taking Wall Street cash, there was an important Romney story we shouldn't let disappear in the corporate media vacuum without a trace. Sure, from March 2011 to June 2011, Brown and his leadership PAC received at least $660,000 from finance sector, and sure, he also received $70,500 from lobbyists that represented Wall Street clients such as Credit Suisse, JPMorgan, ING, and other securities and investment firms, but the Romney story goes way back to when Scott Brown was still fooling around with camp counselors and priests.
Scott Brown (R-Wall Street) endorses Mitch McConnell to be the US Senate Majority Leader. True story.
Scott Brown and the Republicans have waged a vicious and ugly assault on Elizabeth Warren.Their latest attack? The National Review claimed -- falsely -- that parts of Elizabeth's best-selling book All Your Worth were plagiarized. Anyone with an Amazon.com account could have discovered quickly that the charge was bogus -- Elizabeth's book was published before the book they claimed she supposedly plagiarized. The National Review was forced to admit the error and apologize. But that didn't stop Scott Brown's campaign, as the Boston Globe reported, from immediately forwarding the story to reporters, hoping to create a dust-up over tabloid fiction. Scott Brown and his Republican allies will do and say anything to stop Elizabeth from becoming a U.S. Senator because they know that in the Senate, she will stand up to their corporate friends and big banks and Wall Street lobbyists to fight for middle class families.
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Romney does not get it - AT ALL! Here's his take on the JP Morgan risky bet that went bad: “I would not rush to pass new legislation or new regulation,” the presumptive Republican nominee said in a podcast today with blogger Ed Morrissey of Hot Air. “This is, in the normal course of business, a large loss but certainly not one which is crippling or threatening to the institution.” He's crazy! He does not understand that we need to re-regulate NOW! We bailed out Wall Street 4 years ago - remember? What has changed since 2008? Not much. If you think it was JUST the real estate debacle you're wrong. Essentially anything of any worth, potential worth, debt or asset can be bundled into a complex financial gambling units. Since 2008 and the threat of re-regulation has surfaced Wall Street has FLOODED congress with money and lobbyists. The little that has been done was generally paid for by the industry. However, Senator Scott Brown has made it so that the tax payer is paying for the reform, too ...
Facing a potential electoral challenge from consumer advocate Elizabeth Warren next year, Sen. Scott Brown (R-MA) appears to be trying to portray himself as a stronger Wall Street reformer than she, telling NECN this month that he “worked very hard” to ensure the passage of the Dodd-Frank financial ...
Wall Street stooge Scott Brown reverts to 'Elizabeth Warren is an elitist' refrain RT! via
Elizabeth Warren: "According to yesterday's Boston Globe, Scott Brown "delivered for Wall Street" - and Wall Street has been returning the favor. Scott Brown's new campaign fund with the Republican Party has received an additional $1.275 million from Wall Street and financial interests. This election is about whose side you're on. You know where I stand: with hard working, middle class families. Now I need your help letting everyone in Massachusetts know where Scott Brown stands, too - with Wall Street."
Sen. Scott Brown, Grover Norquist pawn The same day the Boston Globe reported that Sen. Scott Brown is a top beneficiary of Wall Street money , Brown was back to trying to do his regular guy ...
Elizabeth Warren's Campaign Manager says: "Scott Brown makes it clear he's standing with Mitt Romney, the Republican Party, Wall Street and the big corporations."
Scott Brown loves his old pickup & his 6 houses! Wall Street's Richie Rich best pal:
Elizabeth Warren goes offense against Scott Brown portraying him as "Wall Street's buddy"
Massachusetts Senate candidate Elizabeth Warren on Friday attacked Sen. Scott Brown as a friend of Wall Street, charging the Republican has repeatedly voted against the middle class and for the “richest and most powerful among us.” Warren told MSNBC’s “Morning Joe” show during a live special airing ...
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