Scott Brown may be the Massachusetts man of the moment, but it sure didn’t take him long to commit his first gaffe. The scene was the podium at his Senate-campaign victory speech, where, flanked by his two scantily clad daughters, he proclaimed to the world that they were “available.” No, Bill Clinton was not in attendance.
At this point one could probably make a crack about politics’ frequent association with prostitution, which, as Eliot Spitzer proved, is sometimes more than a figurative nexus. But the truth is that Brown’s statement — a poor effort at humor — shocked many, including commentator Glenn Beck, who blasted the senator-elect on his radio show.
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