Scott Brown: A fairly unknown (at least nationally) state senator from a state with a well known political machine. He has a pretty wife who is very successful in her own right. Two beautiful daughters. He bursts onto the national scene with message of change and transparency and is elected to the Senate of the United States. Might he be a viable candidate for president in 2012? He will have hardly served in the senate by the time the campaign begins. He will have very little experience on a national level. There will not be much of a track record to judge him. Really! What are the chances that this type of a scenario would really happen in the country? I mean, c'mon; would the American people ever elect someone with that type of background????
(Disclaimer: I am not saying that this is who I'm pushing for. Only making an observation.)