Trying to decide which candidate has the right qualifications to become the next senator from Massachusetts? Today I did some research on each candidates’ respective body of work. Here is what I found:
(Note: That’s 17 pages you can scroll through.)
(Yeah, this is probably his highlight.)
Well, you could say it depends on your tastes.
If you prefer an authoritative scholar who has built a 17-page decades-long resume studying, writing, and teaching about ways consumers can save money, protect themselves from bad credit card and bank deals; has earned deep expertise about finance, economics, and policy and resulting professorships at America’s top universities; and has led the call to reform Wall Street while designing and overseeing the establishment of the national Consumer Financial Protection Bureau; then go with Elizabeth Warren.
If you prefer a no-nonsense professional model, an Army reservist who has never been deployed on any actual mission, and a local and state legislator who has a stunningly unremarkable record besides a tax form check-off to help veterans, then Scott Brown is your man.
Citizens of Massachusetts: choose wisely.