I can think of no better way to "let the people speak", than to have Senator-elect Brown deliver the GOP response to President Obama's first State of the Union speech next week (whether he is sworn in or not!). As it was mentioned in this AP article no less.
"It would make everybody the 41st senator, and it would bring fairness and discussion back to the equation," the state senator said of a potential victory. He spent the rest of the day out of public view, crafting evening rally remarks that had the potential to be an early State of the Union speech for the national Republican Party.
The 41st vote against ObamaCare, from the "people's seat"... it would be a very, very smart move. I do hope the GOP inside the Beltway is considering this.