During his acceptance speech on Tuesday night, Senator-elect, Scott Brown playfully said his beautiful, adult daughters were "available."
As you can see in the video, everybody laughed. His wife and his youngest daughter howled harder than anybody.
It was an innocent, family moment. But, the Bill Maher-ish, sex-obsessed folks on the left are try to portray it as something sleezy in order to gain some kind of political advantage.
On blogs, TV, radio and, even comment sections on You Tube, the words "pimping", "whoring" and "prostitution" are being tossed around more often than an episode of HBO's Cathouse.
This, of course, is all being done by a group of sore losers who know this couldn't be further from the truth.
The overwhelming majority of us-- including these self-serving nimrods who feign outrage-- have all been embarrassed by a relative at a wedding or a funeral or Thanksgiving dinner who tries to find us a "mate." "My son is single, you know." "My nephew is quite the catch." And yes, "My beautiful daughter has recently become available."
It has nothing to do with offering up a younger member of the family for sexual favors.
Scott Brown did not recreate the infamous scene from Pretty Baby where a pre-teen Brooke Sheilds is carried around on a platter and sold to the highest bidder. He merely did what many fathers do: he tried to find a boyfriend for his little girls.
Of course, uber-left Keith Olberman said of the Massachusetts Senator, "In Scott Brown we have an irresponsible, homophobic, racist, reactionary, ex-nude model, teabagging supporter of violence against woman and against politicians with whom he disagrees."
As opposed to Ted Kennedy, who was a "drunken, irresponsible, womanizer, murderer who, thank goodness, was not an ex-nude model, but I'm guessing really loved teabagging."
Methinks Olberman has a man-crush on the ex-nude model. And I think the people who are portraying Brown as a creepy, old guy, secretly want to sleep with the Brown sisters even thought they'd hate themselves because they're both evil Republicans. It's all about projection.
I really believe, however, that they're lying because... well... they can.