Between the Cosmo spread and the shot of whiskey that he downed last night at the Dubliner, HOH is expecting (hoping?) that Sen. Scott Brown will be a regular character in our column. To that end, the Massachusetts Republican clearly needs a nickname.
HOH polled some of our funniest Senate tipsters to come up with a few candidates.
We liked Sen. McDreamy for its Greys Anatomy reference, Brownie (a la heckuva job) and the Brownator (not to be confused with the Benator Democratic Nebraska Sen. Ben Nelson).
But out very favorite submission so far: SenatorFold, a nod to Browns nude pose in Cosmopolitan magazine in his law school days. That ones courtesy of the always-clever David DiMartino, CEO of Blue Line Strategic Communications (and a former Nelson staffer).
Got a better suggestion? Send your ideas to email@example.com. Were buying the winner Browns favorite, a shot of Irish whiskey at the Dubliner.
Overheard on the Hill. just boarded plane to Denver, PHEW looks like Ill make it out before DC snowstorm hits
Rep. Jared Polis (D-Colo.), tweeting this morning about avoiding snowpocalypse.
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