Former Sen. Scott Brown (R-Mass.) -- who lost his 2012 election race against Elizabeth Warren -- said he's not crying over the loss of his seat in the U.S. Senate.
"The voters spoke, and I get it," Brown said at a meeting of the Worcester Economic Club, according to the Worcester Telegram & Gazette. “Living goes on. I'm not going to cry in my beer.”
Brown addressed the "deep trouble" of the 113th Congress, saying he thinks it's "frustrating" not much is getting done.
"No one wants to take the bull by the horns," Brown said.
Brown also fueled speculation that he may pursue another Senate bid.
“I don't really know what I might be doing,” Brown said. “But I know that I'm not done.”
Brown previously declined to comment on rumors that he may run for Senate in New Hampshire in 2014, saying "nothing's off the table and nothing's on the table." He has made appearances in the Granite State since hinting he may run there, even going as far as emphasizing his ties with the state in an April appearance at a National Guard conference.
Click here for more on Brown's appearance at the Worcester Economic Club from the Worcester Telegram & Gazette.