The Washington Times:
The National Republican Trust spent nearly $100,000 last year to help Scott Brown win the U.S. Senate seat of the late Edward M. Kennedy, Massachusetts Democrat, but now the conservative political group wishes it had that money back to help kick Mr. Brown out of office.
Saying the Republican senator is no different from a Democrat, the head of the group is calling for Mr. Brown to donate to charity or disgorge campaign money equal to how much the trust spent supporting him during the 2010 campaign.
The trust’s executive director, Scott Wheeler, said supporters knew Mr. Brown wasn’t going to be a die-hard conservative when they supported him early and often in his run against Martha Coakley, the Democratic state attorney general and once heavy favorite to succeed Mr. Kennedy
This was very predictable. I have always liked this guy. If I like him, probably the National Republican Trust wouldn’t. From what I can tell, his great sin is voting for START. Surely this can’t be it. Why else is he not liked?
Just out of curiosity, How much to these politicians pledge to do what their voters want? What ever happened to voting what a person thinks is right? This ownership thing is a bit much…both parties.