CLF and NRDC Take Scott Brown to Task in New Radio Ads

Karen Wood

Massachusetts Senator Scott Brown has been striking a defensive pose in recent weeks as non-profit groups and the thousands of Massachusetts voters they count as members called him out about his votes on the environment. A new radio ad from CLF and NRDC, launching today in major markets across Massachusetts, asks Brown to explain his latest votes in support of big oil, approving the continuation of huge subsidies for oil companies and opening up New England’s oceans (among other areas) to new offshore drilling. Brown’s rhetoric setting up a false choice between protecting the environment and creating a thriving Massachusetts economy is ringing hollow. We wonder what his response will be this time.

Siding with Big Oil – Senator Scott Brown by conservationlawfoundation

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16 Responses to “CLF and NRDC Take Scott Brown to Task in New Radio Ads”

  1. Mary Kay Roper

    Dear Senator Brown,
    You campaigned for the “people’s seat, not big oil’s seat. In Massachusetts we care about our precious coast and fisheries and want them protected for ouselves, our children and grandchildren. Get it right, protect our most precious natural resource and get off big oil’s bandwagon.
    Sincerely,
    Mary Kay Roper

  2. Mary Kay Roper

    Dear Senator Brown,
    You campaigned for the “people’s seat, not big oil’s seat. In Massachusetts we care about our precious coast and fisheries and want them protected for ouselves, our children and grandchildren. Get it right, protect our most precious natural resource and get off big oil’s bandwagon.
    Sincerely,
    Mary Kay Roper

  3. Mary Kay Roper

    Dear Senator Brown,
    You campaigned for the “people’s seat, not big oil’s seat. In Massachusetts we care about our precious coast and fisheries and want them protected for ouselves, our children and grandchildren. Get it right, protect our most precious natural resource and get off big oil’s bandwagon.
    Sincerely,
    Mary Kay Roper

  4. Mary Kay Roper

    Dear Senator Brown,
    You campaigned for the “people’s seat, not big oil’s seat. In Massachusetts we care about our precious coast and fisheries and want them protected for ouselves, our children and grandchildren. Get it right, protect our most precious natural resource and get off big oil’s bandwagon.
    Sincerely,
    Mary Kay Roper

  5. Brown must know that U.S. commercial and saltwater recreational fisheries support almost two million jobs and generate more than $160 billion in sales. Let us not hear the cry from Boston to Concord be “the drillers are coming, the drillers are coming.”
    Remember the Maine, I mean, the Gulf of Mexico catastrophe where we all saw the awful, devastating effects of the BP drilling disaster. The Gulf Coast is still being hampered by the spill. The coastal marsh grasses are dying, 134 bottlenose dolphins were found dead between January and March, and fishermen have begun hauling in sick fish like Red Snapper and Golden Tilefish. The fish have dark discolorations, lesions, tumor bulges, and fin rot. Holy cod and cuttlefish give our oceans and shores a chance!

  6. Brown must know that U.S. commercial and saltwater recreational fisheries support almost two million jobs and generate more than $160 billion in sales. Let us not hear the cry from Boston to Concord be “the drillers are coming, the drillers are coming.”
    Remember the Maine, I mean, the Gulf of Mexico catastrophe where we all saw the awful, devastating effects of the BP drilling disaster. The Gulf Coast is still being hampered by the spill. The coastal marsh grasses are dying, 134 bottlenose dolphins were found dead between January and March, and fishermen have begun hauling in sick fish like Red Snapper and Golden Tilefish. The fish have dark discolorations, lesions, tumor bulges, and fin rot. Holy cod and cuttlefish give our oceans and shores a chance!

  7. Brown must know that U.S. commercial and saltwater recreational fisheries support almost two million jobs and generate more than $160 billion in sales. Let us not hear the cry from Boston to Concord be “the drillers are coming, the drillers are coming.”
    Remember the Maine, I mean, the Gulf of Mexico catastrophe where we all saw the awful, devastating effects of the BP drilling disaster. The Gulf Coast is still being hampered by the spill. The coastal marsh grasses are dying, 134 bottlenose dolphins were found dead between January and March, and fishermen have begun hauling in sick fish like Red Snapper and Golden Tilefish. The fish have dark discolorations, lesions, tumor bulges, and fin rot. Holy cod and cuttlefish give our oceans and shores a chance!

  8. Brown must know that U.S. commercial and saltwater recreational fisheries support almost two million jobs and generate more than $160 billion in sales. Let us not hear the cry from Boston to Concord be “the drillers are coming, the drillers are coming.”
    Remember the Maine, I mean, the Gulf of Mexico catastrophe where we all saw the awful, devastating effects of the BP drilling disaster. The Gulf Coast is still being hampered by the spill. The coastal marsh grasses are dying, 134 bottlenose dolphins were found dead between January and March, and fishermen have begun hauling in sick fish like Red Snapper and Golden Tilefish. The fish have dark discolorations, lesions, tumor bulges, and fin rot. Holy cod and cuttlefish give our oceans and shores a chance!

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