Remember this? Jerry Seinfeld and George Costanza talking in the cafe:
GEORGE: Yeah. I think we really got something here.
JERRY: What do we got?
GEORGE: An idea.
JERRY: What idea?
GEORGE: An idea for the show.
JERRY: I still don’t know what the idea is.
GEORGE: It’s about nothing.
GEORGE: Everybody’s doing something, we’ll do nothing.
JERRY: So, we go into NBC, we tell them we’ve got an idea for a show about nothing.
JERRY: They say, “What’s your show about?” I say, “Nothing.”
GEORGE: There you go.
(A moment passes)
JERRY: (Nodding) I think you may have something there.
Swap George for Scott Brown, and you can sum up Brown’s campaign so far: His campaign is about “Nothing” because he has nothing substantive to say about anything. Elizabeth, on the other hand, is truly a fighter … for the Middle Class … for us … for you! See my post below about “Who’s Really Fighting for Massachusetts,” And do check out her new “Fighter” ad. As for Brown’s criticism of Elizabeth’s new ad (he actually called it “negative,”): What else he could say because every word is TRUE.