Scotty says Equal Pay for Women is a ‘Burden’

progressmass   |   Mon, Jun 25, 2012 3:31 PM EST

Republican Scott Brown voted against equal pay for equal work because it doesn’t please the New York bankers who are in charge of his campaign. Interestingly, New Yorkers in charge also explains why as a Republican State Senator he tried to close Fenway Park. – promoted by Bob_Neer

[Cross-posted from the ProgressMass blog.  Like ProgressMass on Facebook and follow on Twitter.]

Republican Scott Brown has been airing vapid television ads that Joe Battenfeld of the Boston Herald and NECN calls “political porn,” hoping to Etch-A-Sketch over his lousy record and rhetoric on women.

How bad is that record and rhetoric?  Well, not only did Republican Scott Brown vote against the Paycheck Fairness Act – a measure whose purpose is to further enforce the value of “Equal Pay for Equal Work” – but Brown also added insult to injury by calling the measure a “burden” on business.

Do you think paying a woman the same as a man for doing the same work is a burden?  Scott Brown thinks so.  Show him you disagree by clicking on the below graphic and Sharing it on your Facebook Wall.  (And, if you’re on Twitter, you can re-tweet the graphic at this link.)  Take an active role in spreading the word about Republican Scott Brown’s disappointing record.

Scott Brown Calls Equal Pay for Equal Work a Burden


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