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March 20th, 2012
11:46 AM ET

Clips From Last Night: Sen. Scott Brown on Mitt Romney and contraception rights for women

Sen. Scott Brown sat down with Piers Morgan last night and talked about his support for GOP candidate Mitt Romney. The Massachusetts senator noted his concern for the country's economic issues and stated that "when it comes to dealing with the economic issues, there's no one I would trust more than Gov. Romney."

Brown also talked about the recent controversy over the mandated use of contraception at religious institutions emphasizing that he has been "in favor of contraception rights for women."

"I think it is important to have religious protection as well as rights and freedoms for women," said Brown. "We do it in Massachusetts as part of our healthcare bill, we can do it in the federal healthcare bill."


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  1. princess1960

    hello Piers i saw your show day RE politic is politice ...we are EUROPIAN NOT AMERICAN..

    March 20, 2012 at 12:29 pm | Report abuse | Reply
  2. Dug Fmjamul

    Scott Brown betrayed the values and principles of the 'Tea Party' and the Republican Party when has voted for 9 of 10 Progressive Judges the Republican Majority in the Senate rejected, he even voted for Edward Milton Chen, of California, to be a U.S. District Judge for the Northern District of California.

    For all practical purposes Scott Brown is a Democrat, a moderate Democrat but a democrat nevertheless because of his voting record with the Democratic Majority on Progressive Legislation that was rejected by the Republican Majority. Senator Brown is ranked 43rd on the Most Progressive List and 40th on the Most Conservative List at ...remember there are 53 Democrats and only 47 Republicans in the Senate.

    March 24, 2012 at 10:39 pm | Report abuse | Reply
    • Wesley

      This is my first visit to your site since you redesigned. I love it! Congratulations on a speltacucar look. So sorry I missed seeing you all at Morgan's Wonderland. But it is definitely a magical place. Hope to see you all again very soon!

      May 23, 2012 at 1:50 am | Report abuse | Reply
  3. Arleyne

    This is easy. You auger a hole 5 foot deep with at least 6 to as much as 12 inches eaclrance around the pole and set the pole in the hole. While filling the hole back up with the dirt or gravel you compact the dirt with a compactor while keeping the pole as close to plumb as possible. A string with a weight attached can be held up at arms length and you use that to sight the pole to make sure it's straight up and down. Then go 90 degrees to the side and do it again. Compact the dirt evenly to make sure the pole remains aligned. Pole have a button or a small circular flat spot on about 8 feet from the butt end and that is called the bellybutton. It is used to mark the straightest side of the pole. Use your weighted string on the side with the belly button. Don't try this alone but get a couple of buddies to help you out and be safe so no one gets hurt.

    April 5, 2012 at 12:00 am | Report abuse | Reply
  4. Angel

    Hi. I don't know where this rule of no black and no red has come from. Yes, what you have chosen is pefrcet! The ONLY color not to be worn at a wedding is WHITE, or any variation of white, like ivory, for example. Wear what you have purchased and have fun!

    May 20, 2012 at 9:28 pm | Report abuse | Reply
  5. Murat

    I was at Maine as well and noticed the same low nubemrs. Apparently, Granite also had low nubemrs. I'm sure you noticed that even the Breeder's Cup classes had very few entries as well. I don't doubt that a lot of it can be attributed to the cost of showing and the economy. Even many of the larger farms such as Taylor River and Belleweather had under 10 horses there. I think people are simply cutting back. For the average person horse shows are a large, frivolous expense compared with keeping the family and horses fed and healthy. I'm not sure how shows can lower their costs either. People have a standard for what is offered at a show. They want quality prizes, judges, and facilities. It all costs money. As far as the quality of horses go I guess I'm too new to the show scene to know much. There did seem to be a major gap in quality between the first and second place horse, but many of the horses that are winning have been and won at nationals multiple times. I think New England just has some exceptional horses and trainers and the rest of us, who will never make it to nationals, would like to enjoy showing as well. Even if it doesn't mean a blue ribbon. There is no shame in loosing to a quality horse!

    May 23, 2012 at 12:56 am | Report abuse | Reply

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