‘The People’s Seat.’
This was easily the most important thing said at yesterday’s Brown/Coakley debate. (Via American Glob; H/T The Other McCain; see also Nice Deb.) There’s a reason why Brown raised 1.3 million dollars in just over 24 hours (and over 1 million in 24 hours) yesterday; it’s because the Massachusetts Senatorial race reeks of entitlement. The major reason why Brown is able to be in a | Read More »
Massachusetts Mayhem – Scott Brown… Bearding The Lion.
It’s symptomatic of what’s occurring all over the nation but this is one for the books. It’s happening in the very heart of that bastion of Eastern US runaway liberalism, Massachusetts. Scott Brown (R), State Senator and a candidate in the Jan.19 special election for the US Senate seat of the late Ted Kennedy, (the Liberal Lion), being held by interim appointee Paul Kirk Jr., has | Read More »
Last Day for MA Residents to Register in Special Election for Ted Kennedy’s Seat
ust a reminder to MA residents here that TODAY is the last day to register to vote for Scott Brown in the election for Ted Kennedy’s seat (Jan. 19) Brown in the Senate would KILL ObamaCare. Imagine what us putting a conservative Republican in Ted Kennedy’s seat, one of ObamaCare’s founders, would do to the bill? What can I do if I don’t live in | Read More »
Max Baucus, Filling the Big Shoes Ted Kennedy Left Behind.
Ted Kennedy left behind some rather large shoes. At first it appeared no Senator would be able to fill them. It seemed The Lion of the Seante cound not be replaced. Then Max Baucus stepped up to the plate. His drunken, slurred speech on the Senate floor is all over the web now. This show came on the heels of scandals about him recommending his girlfriend for a judgeship, | Read More »
Time For a Post-Christmas Miracle: Red Invades Blue MoneyBomb for Scott Brown (MA Special Election)
Believe it or not, there is one last hope for a surefire kill to ObamaCare. His name is Scott Brown. He is running to succeed the late Ted Kennedy in the Senate. The election for the seat is January 19th. Currently, he has all the momentum in the race. His opponent, Democratic Attorney General Martha Coakley is facing ethical issues, avoiding one-on-one debates, and sucking | Read More »
Before the Primaries…there is another election
In a little over a month, voters in Massachusetts will head to the polls and elect a new United State’s Senator. They have two choices. Liberal Democratic Attorney General, Martha Coakely, who is qualified to be a US Senator because “my sister lives overseas”. Her words, not mine. But, there is another choice. State Senator Scott Brown won the Republican primary with 90% of the | Read More »
Ted Kennedy, Pro-Lifer
An observant reader notes that my description yesterday of Ted Kennedy’s support for legal abortion as “lifelong” is an overstatement. In fact, early in his public career, even Ted Kennedy had not yet embraced the casual cruelty of his party towards the defenseless unborn; indeed, Kennedy’s rhetoric in those early days, displays genuine compassion for the defenseless unborn. Given Kennedy’s centrality to Democratic strategy on | Read More »
The Kennedy Institute for Screwing our Troops
I guess it could also be the ‘Kennedy Institute for Screwing our Servicemembers’ or KISS, but, whatever. The Times is reporting that: Senators diverted $2.6 billion in funds in a defense spending bill to pet projects largely at the expense of accounts that pay for fuel, ammunition and training for U.S. troops, including those fighting wars in Iraq and Afghanistan, according to an analysis. Earmarks | Read More »
A Legislative Flip Flop Outrageous Even By Massachusetts Standards
From The Political and Financial Markets Commentator Political Expediency At Its Worst Back in 2004, when it appeared that John Kerry might be reporting for duty at the White House, the Democrats in Massachusetts feared that Governor Romney would use his powers to name a Republican to the potentially vacant U.S. Senate seat. To prevent this from happening, the state legislature, led by the Democrat | Read More »
Scott Brown (R-MA) Donation Page Now Live
State Sen. Scott Brown is running to succeed Ted Kennedy in the US Senate. He is the likely Republican nominee. I know everyone is going to say that he can’t win in MA. If a Republican can be elected to the Senate from MA, the time is now. This is the first open MA Senate seat since the 1980′s. We may not get another chance | Read More »
Let’s Party Like Teddy Kennedy Because He’s Dead!
As Harry Reid continues his tour of self-destruction, he really shot himself in the foot today.The Majority Leader of the United States Senate is in a celebratory mood because Ted Kennedy died.Really.In an interview with the Reno Gazette-Journal, he’s asked out Ted Kennedy’s death will affect the healthcare debate. His response: I think it’s going to help us. He hasn’t been around for some time. | Read More »
Now we even have to praise Ted Kennedy’s dogs.
Sometimes you just need to step back and paws. Kennedy’s dogs will be missed on Hill. Sen. Ted Kennedy (D-Mass.) was years ahead of the curve when it came to Take Your Dog to Work Day. The constant presence of his three Portuguese water dogs in his Russell building office helped humanize their owner and brought a sense of fun to a workplace known for | Read More »
Liberals Signal The Next Step For Obamacare….I Mean Kennedycare
Democrats have been known to say and do just about anything in order to deceive, exaggerate and plain old lie their way into getting the American people to fall into their legislative traps. Nothing is beneath them when it comes to pushing legislation through Congress in order to further their socialist agenda especially since Barack Obama took office. The Democrats under his leadership have established | Read More »
A Legacy We Can Live Without
The forces of the left are now trying to argue that Senator Edward Kennedy’s death is another, new, powerful reason that we must pass H.R. 3200 (or something like it) as a tribute to the “great Senator”, or as his last great legacy, or something else equally foolish. They even want to rename the bill in his honor (something that I expected to actually happen | Read More »
Respect The Dead
When a polarizing figure dies, there is sometimes an impulse to ignore courtesy and to instead viciously attack. The glowing tributes can create a visceral push-back instinct. But upon the day of a man’s passing, respect for the pain of his loved ones, and yes, even his ideological fellows and followers, is a proper thing. There is no shame in allowing a day for the | Read More »