Why Brown’s win should derail the Dem agenda … but won’t
With Republican Scott Brown’s earth-shaking victory in Massachusetts, the Democrats have lost their filibuster-proof 60-vote majority. Though they still maintain a more than healthy 59-41 vote advantage, Brown’s win tonight in liberal Massachusetts should rightly send warning signs to Congressional Democrats and to the White House. Rationalizations are being offered left and … well, left for Coakley’s defeat and the Democrats’ failure to retain Ted Kennedy’s seat. It’s obvious | Read More »
Scott Brown Wins And The Revolution Has Begun
With a six point margin of victory Republican Scott Brown has defeated liberal Democrat Martha Coakley taking the seat that was once thought the safest in the entire Senate because it was held by a Kennedy. Browns victory tonight sends a clear and strong message that the people are fed up and the Revolution to take back our country from Obama and his Marxist agenda | Read More »
Revolutions Do Indeed Start In Massachusetts
On December 16, 1773, after officials in Boston refused to return three shiploads of taxed tea to Britain, a group of colonists boarded the ships and destroyed the tea by throwing it into Boston Harbor. This set in motion events that lead to the American Revolution in 1775.
, Boston Tea Party
, Chuck Devore
, Marco Rubio
, Michael Williams
, pat toomey
, Samuel Adams
, scott brown
Obama’s Unicorn of Hope and Change Died Under the Weight of Ted Kennedy’s Ego
In Massachusetts, Barack Obama’s unicorn of hope and changed died under the weight of Ted Kennedy’s ego. The left gets angry when it is pointed out, but it is an objective fact.Once Kennedy’s condition became terminal, he could have resigned his seat in favor of an appointment or special election. Instead, the Democrats and Kennedy decided he should martyr himself to advance socialized medicine in | Read More »
DOOM in VA
Is it time to declare DOOM for Virginia senatorial incumbents?
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Andy Stern’s Purple Shorts Turned Brown Tonight
$214,000 of his SEIU members money: Wasted. $685,000 more of his SEIU members’ money: Wasted. 300 pairs of purple jack-boots sent to Mass for GOTV: Wasted. Seeing Andy Stern’s own members campaigning for the opposition: PRICELESS America’s de facto Labor Party received a serious setback tonight: Brown will give Republicans a 41st seat in the Senate, robbing Democrats of the filibuster-proof majority the party had used to pass | Read More »
Victory Poster: Welcome Sen. Scott Brown to The People’s House
A celebratory poster for Scott Brown’s victory in MA Victory! Welcome Sen. Scott Brown to The People’s House! http://jeffersonsrebels.blogspot.com/2010/01/victory-welcome-sen-scott-brown-to.html
A Shot Across the Bow from the Bay State
Let’s cut right to the chase: Scott Brown’s resounding defeat of Martha Coakley demonstrates many things. Chief among these is the vulnerability of every Democrat in the current election year, the impotence of the Democrats’ current leader and sitting President to sway public opinion in any vital race (Corzine, Deeds, Coakley….), and the true unpopularity of the health care monstrosity the Democratic supermajority has been | Read More »
Welcome to the Political Pissfest
Territory is defined as an area, which an animal will defend against intruders of the same species. According to Robert Ardrey, “A territorial species of animals, therefore, is one in which all males, and sometimes females too, bear an inherent drive to gain and defend an exclusive property.” As it is for animals, so it is for politicians, especially Barack Obama whose words and aggressive | Read More »
PATHETIC: NRSC Attempts to Take Credit Away from Grassroots for Brown Surge in MA
From the diaries . . . How sad. Apparently, without the help of NRSC’s crack campaign team, Scott Brown may never have had a chance at victory today. It wasn’t the tea parties, or the grassroots anger at Washington, or Scott Brown’s courage to stand against Obamacare in the bluest of states… No, it was the GOP establishment in Washington that “quietly” engineered this win. | Read More »
NRSC dropped money into Brown race… *quietly.*
I approve. Working quietly and under the radar, the National Republican Senatorial Committee shifted $500,000 to the Massachusetts GOP in the weeks leading up to Tuesday’s dramatic election, according to Republican sources. The NRSC transfer, made in several dispersals beginning Jan. 7, was used for phone and mail get-out-the-vote operations targeted at independent voters, said Rob Jesmer, the NRSC’s executive director. NRSC officials kept quiet | Read More »
The Spirit Of The Revolution Lives – It’s The People’s Seat!
It’s a referendum on Obama and his Maoist thug administration. It’s a referendum on Nancy Pelosi, Harry Reid and the Marxi-Maoists in our US Congress who would dare to steal our precious birthright of freedom from us. It’s a referendum on the blatant dishonesty and OUTRIGHT FRAUD that is being perpetrated by those who are supposed to serve the interests of the people and the | Read More »
Quite the Change from 2009: Young Adults Carrying a Republican to Victory
Scott Brown is winning in Massachusetts. Put differently – a Republican is winning in Massachusetts. The enormity and importance of this fact is hard to put into words. As a recent Economist article explained , Massachusetts is the Democratic Alabama . . . It is also home to America’s most enduring Democratic dynasty: the Kennedys. Its combination of unions, intellectuals and blacks makes it one | Read More »
The Stock Market is up…and guess what sector is gaining the most?
We’re a couple of hours into the trading day, and it is election day in Massachusetts. Reports continue to come in that there are almost no signs visible for Coakely (except for the ones illegally placed too close to polling places), and little enthusiasm among Coakley supporters. Reports also continue to come in about wild enthusiasm and optimism among Brown supporters. Lots of news websites | Read More »
It’s closer than we thought, and every vote counts.
I was taken aback by Zogby’s prediction that Coakley would narrowly win the race today. All of the polling information of the past week had seemed so positive and undeniable that, while I remained skeptical myself due to potential fraudulent and unethical election activities, I had assumed the untarnished numbers were clear enough. So I checked them again. While the Brown lead over Coakley has | Read More »