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We're back -- matches senator Scott Brown -- just release a brand new book which is going to be a rocket up the -- called against all odds -- I just got to go to where we left -- -- when he went to the White House and interact with Vice President Biden continued say to him essentially.
You know let's -- health -- thing would just do this again it doesn't work I'm in Massachusetts I should know he said you essentially walked.
Well that they needed a victory and I think that's evident by what has happened not only men.
When they were basically turn themselves into pretzels to ram this thing -- circumvent my vote.
And do it to reconciliation and now they're looking at fixing it repealing it -- in other than that.
There's there's clearly a message that the people have sent in the people in congress -- how we got to do something about they didn't believe finished.
No -- And this very personal memoir now called I got against all odds you know when I read the senator I thought with title could be is anomaly.
Because you come from a family that was broken so many times you -- abuse.
Not only by the hands of some step parents but when you're at camp.
And yet you've turned out.
To be viewed this doesn't normally work out this way for people who -- -- -- be surprised I'm not the only person in this world that has difficulties and there are a lot more people have.
Many worst difficulties and challenges and the message here is in a vehicle.
Few good people around one good person -- you can break through that cycle and actually do better -- be better.
You -- when I first heard about you write this book and stuff is -- like I thought.
You know here's a guy who until this book came out -- that.
Good looking guy beautiful family had a great job very good looking do you think you do it senator.
You when you're growing up you had a rough you are free lunch -- It was never easy.
It made me who I am today is as we talked tough offline and you know -- my life force despite a revenue as you take you take this away then I wouldn't appreciate this.
Had I not had some of the difficulties in May not have come down on the side of victims women dealing with the issues of crime and punishment -- been as hungry years.
No we had things roll off my back is easy as they do what is extraordinarily.
As bad as your childhood was he went to -- a lot of writes absolutely starving it in close didn't fit in bed that wasn't fit for human that's always tell your care doing well at my mom always made every she did her best I hope you say you wouldn't change it if you had a -- wouldn't change anything -- really don't think so I thought a lot about it and and I.
But if I didn't do the -- thing -- never would have model never met my wife right that would have my kids you kidding me.
And and so you had these very few people who are important people in your life.
There's a judge there were other people and basketball you know these tests Lieberman -- basketball at you.
You're going right and it's I think the lesson here is to is to hold on to something right there.
A shred of something some type of stability.
For me it was in the coach's son I was like you know ready to go so these years -- ball so much of the work -- that move my touch is -- hours and hours and at the end of going to be like.
-- but it laid the ground work for running your grass roots campaign as -- assessor.
As selectmen as a state of congressman assemblyman and then is a state senator.
-- people -- walking by a lot of freezing cold but didn't bat because everything you've been through prior -- I -- people love meeting people.
I'd like to learn what their challenges are what they're doing what what their families are doing is we were talking outside you know how the kids where they -- -- -- school.
Center -- it's so important -- to get to know people -- change.
Where you came from being on welfare to then voting against it.
-- a lesson in Alaska that straight I voted for -- -- voted for the proposal that was who have the president push forth -- not only.
Deal with our tax issues but also provide the benefits of people needed I I wanted to pay for -- The money in the system not add to the deficit because as you all know especially here in the station is planning a money out there.
And do we use that that the bank account of the credit card is pretty simple just a different way to look at that it.
And and you look at your family grown up and and toward the end of the book you talk a little bit about how you wanted a normal family but you didn't have it.
And perhaps that is why -- so appreciate and you've got to.
I knew I.
When your parents don't do things and I'm I'm not doing that I'm not doing that I'm definitely not doing them but I'll do that I'm gonna do that better.
And the bottom line is my parents who they love me I love them and we've which as you read the book we've come full circle and my dad's from.
Most thirty years now we've built on that relationship.
My mom and like every other -- where -- work in progress like.
Every out of -- regardless of the bring up thirty years in the military that gives you great respect thirty right now I can't believe -- -- annually on services -- Innovative personal look at if you're young kid out there wanna run triathlon don't jump in the water first you get he kicked and he.
I get goggles -- -- face masks fluid.
At reserves kind of -- -- -- -- -- well race anytime you line now are calling yeah.
Everything is -- Don't know -- I but the book is available now you can get an Amazon can download it it's all about boxers thank you -- it's great to meet you think he wasn't a good look with you reelection and -- Looking forward to it.
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