We all knew Pretty Boy never had an idea one go through his pretty little head, so finding out that he’s filching speeches from other people is no surprise. But it IS something of a shocker to find out that he’s too stupid to even try to disguise what the hell he’s doing.

The Koch brothers should demand a partial refund. In this case, they’ve bought one too stupid to even follow the orders they give him.

 

A Democratic group has unearthed a bit of inspirational autobiography on Senator Scott Brown’s official website that was lifted verbatim from Elizabeth Dole’s site, language that originated in a campaign speech.

In a message to students, the Massachusetts senator uses the exact words as remarks delivered by the former North Carolina senator at her campaign kickoff in 2002.

Brown’s staff acknowledged yesterday the words originally were Dole’s and said their presence in Brown’s message was the result of a technical error.

“I was raised to believe that there are no limits to individual achievement and no excuses to justify indifference,” said the message from Brown, which was removed later yesterday. “From an early age, I was taught that success is measured not in material accumulations, but in service to others. I was encouraged to join causes larger than myself, to pursue positive change through a sense of mission, and to stand up for what I believe.”

Aside from the omission of an opening line — “I am Mary and John Hanford’s daughter” — in Dole’s speech, the Bay State Republican’s language is the same throughout.

It appears to be a good thing that John and Mary have such common names, doesn’t it? If not he’d probably have had to steal THOSE names, too.

 

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