[Cross-posted on Blue Mass Group.]
You may recall that Mitt Romney's economic policies left Massachusetts a distant 47th in job creation during his time as Governor. Perhaps you read that Mitt Romney wants to cut taxes for the wealthiest Americans while raising taxes on the lowest-income Americans, privatizing Medicare, and cutting Social Security benefits. In fact, you may already know that Mitt Romney wanted to let the American automotive industry go bankrupt and the foreclosure crisis to "hit the bottom." And you've probably heard once or twice that Mitt Romney likes firing people, thinks corporations are people, and isn't concerned about the very poor.
It is truly startling that our Republican junior Senator, Scott Brown, has repeatedly pointed to Mitt Romney as the person he trusts most on economic issues. Just one month after Brown's election to the U.S. Senate, he said to a room full of right-wingers at the 2010 Conservative Political Action Conference: "Let me give you a piece of advice. And it's something that I think of regularly when I think of my challenges here in Washington. If you want to fix something that's broken, especially dealing with economic policies, you have to listen to Governor Mitt Romney."
That comment didn't just slip out during Scott Brown's special election honeymoon. He reiterated his support of Mitt Romney's out-of-touch economic policies this week when he told Piers Morgan on CNN, "Well, I know that when it comes to dealing with the economic issues, there's no one I would trust more than Governor Romney."
To remind Massachusetts voters that Scott Brown proudly embraces Mitt Romney's failed economic record, ProgressMass has assembled a YouTube video, entitled "Scott Brown's Piece of Advice." The video features Scott Brown singing the praises of Mitt Romney's right-wing economic ideas, and Romney himself explaining his extreme economic positions and philosophy.
We encourage you to post the YouTube video on your Facebook wall and tweet the link. Share the video with your family, friends, co-workers, and neighbors across Massachusetts. We have to make sure that voters know what the Brown-Romney economic policies mean for the vast majority of us who aren't Mitt Romney's friends who own NASCAR and NFL teams.