Herman Cain Suggests Tea Party Disappointment With Sen. Brown

August 28, 2012 12:00 AM
Herman Cain Suggests Tea Party Disappointment With Sen. Brown

" TAMPA (CBS) – Massachusetts Republican Senator Scott Brown’s distance from the Republican party has become a point of contention for a number of movement conservatives, some of whom sank money and time into his upset win in 2010.

One-time GOP presidential frontrunner Herman Cain told WBZ-TV on Tuesday that there are plenty of Tea Party members who are unhappy with Sen. Brown’s tenure in office.

They see Sen. Brown’s arms-length stance as emblematic of his performance in office.

“Scott Brown won because he got a lot of Tea Party support "

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