Evan Bayh says maybe what Washington needs are more lawmakers like Scott Brown:
Brown's upset victory over a Democrat who held a double-digit lead a week before Massachusetts' special Senate election last month signaled that voters wanted “more practical problem solving,” Bayh said in an interview Monday on ABC-TV's “The View.”
“Scott Brown is a good example of what I think the ultimate cure might be,” Bayh said. “My read on what happened in Massachusetts is the vast majority of moderates and independents rose up and said enough already."
So, Brown is what "moderate and independent" voters want, because, instead of being one a them partisan meanies, he is a "practical problem solver." But isn't that how Bayh describes himself? If he thinks he is what Washington needs, why is he leaving?