US Senate kicks off Scott Brown’s special election run.

Oh, am I anticipatingMy bad.

The United States Senate voted today to confirm Sen. John Kerry as the next secretary of state.

Just five days ago, Kerry, a democratic senator from Massachusetts, testified before the committee he chaired. As NPR’s Michele Kelemen reported at the time, the hearing was a love fest.

94-3; Twitter says that Cornyn, Cruz, & Inhofe all voted no.  Gonna be a humdinger of a campaign, there; the Democrats are right now kind of hoping that Brown maybe wants to run for Governor, instead, largely because Brown’s polling numbers are wicked good, to quote the regional patois of my extended family.  Guess we’ll see, huh?

Moe Lane

PS: Yeah, Kerry’s a putz.  On the bright side, I still have strong hopes that his wife will start a diplomatic incident with somebody I don’t like anyway.

9 thoughts on “US Senate kicks off Scott Brown’s special election run.”

    1. Agree, its not like he can mess up Obama FP more than it already is. Hillary had an ambassador killed on her watch, that a low bar to clear

        1. Depends .. Obama pretty much neutered the position of SecState when he appointed Hillary.

    2. Agree. Kerry can go retire and lurk around one of Terezza’s house(s)… and good riddance!

  1. Getting ahead of the story here, but can you imagine how many bar bets you could have won betting people that both Senator Kennedy and Kerry of Massachusetts would be replaced by a Republican?

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