Well, that's good to know. So a vote for Brown could be construed as a vote against a government takeover of health care -- nothing more and nothing less.
At this point, it's important for Brown's campaign to reach out to Massachusetts' independents, letting them know that they understand that a vote for him doesn't have to mean that they're "becoming" Republicans. Rather, it's simply a way for people to tell the arrogant DC Democrats that Americans expect their health care bill to be created, amended and passed in a sensible, bipartisan manner -- without special deals and backroom "fixes." Or breaking the bank.
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