“We need people who are able to understand the consequences of their actions, that is what we need,” said Mass. Sen. John Kerry, Democrat.Negotiate in good faith huh? Like with people who say "I won"?
A day after Standard & Poor’s took the unprecedented step of downgrading the credit of the United States government lawmakers are scrambling to assess the damage.
Kerry, Saturday riding in the Pan Mass Challenge with cycling superstar Lance Armstrong, blames the downgrade on a small minority faction in Washington unwilling to see beyond blind ideology. While he didn’t single anyone out, it was clear he was talking about tea party republicans in the house.
“These people have been irresponsible, and reckless and absolutest. And what we need are people who are prepared to negotiate in good faith and protect certain interests of our country. We’ve got to invest in jobs,” said Sen. Kerry.
Scott Brown, for his part, took the path of least resistance.
“I blame everybody. There is plenty of blame to go around. Now it is time to solve problems,” said Mass. Sen. Scott Brown, Republican.Way to take a stand, Senator.