Sunday, January 10, 2010

Let's be part of history; Support Scott Brown for U.S. Senate !


If we act during the next week, by supporting Massachusetts state Senator Scott Brown, we can be part of this historic event; Massachusetts voters replacing the "Liberal Lion of the U.S. Senate" with a Republican !

The latest poll has Sen. Brown pulling ahead of his ultra-liberal opponent Martha Coakley,
http://www.realclearpolitics.com/epolls/2010/senate/ma/massachusetts_senate_special_election-1144.html
and the momentum appears to all be with Senator Brown.
Of course this is Massachusetts, often called the "blue-est of blue states", but let's not forget a couple of things.
First, Massachusetts has elected several Republicans to statewide office in the not-too-distant past, including Presidential hopeful and Michigan native, Mitt Romney.

Also, the mood of the country is strongly turning against the liberal tax-and-spend Democrats, so Scott Brown is running with a strong "tail-wind".

Lastly, Brown is making this election a referrendum on government healthcare. Massachusetts has it's own version of socialized medicine that was passed when Romney was Governor. It has turned out to be a costly mistake that is not well liked by the voters and taxpayers of Massachusetts ! Although Brown did vote for the legislation in his state, he is strongly against the Obamacare plan of Reid and Pelosi, and says he will be the 41st vote in the U.S. Senate that can stop Obama's Socialized medicine takeover
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Scott Brown needs everyone's help to continue the tidal wave of momentum heading into next November's Congressional elections !http://www.brownforussenate.com/

13 comments:

  1. I just made a small financial contribution to Scott Brown's campaign @
    http://www.brownforussenate.com/
    I encourage everyone who can afford to , to contribute to Republican State Senator Brown's historic race to succeed Ted Kennedy in the U.S. Senate !
    We can do it, and we must do it to stop the government takeover of the healthcare system !

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  2. I wonder if the system is working when people from other parts of the country start trying to decide who is elected in another state, because it suits their politics. As a liberal i really don't care if "The People of Mass" elect a liberal of conservative, because that person represents that state, not my beliefs.

    So much for not being an ideologue, Brian.

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  3. JoeC,

    But Chicago-style B.S. imposed on the entire nation is ok?

    C'mon get real, you oppose this proposition because it in fact will work against your beliefs. I find it impossible to believe you are not supporting Coakley.

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  4. JoeC, The U.S. Senate makes decisions that affect the entire country, not just Massachusetts.
    Martha Coakley's decisions as MASSACHUSETT'S ATTORNEY GENERAL Scott Brown's decisions as a MASSACHUSETTS STATE SENATOR are none of my concern, but their actions in the U.S. Senate ARE my business.

    Coakley is stridently pro-gay marriage and pro-abortion, so pro-traditional family values conservatives must step up and support Scott Brown ! Sorry Joe ...killing babies in their mothers womb and men marrying men are not O.K., regardless what you lib's think.

    So I call on all of the conservatives who read this to try to support Sen. Scott Brown's candidacy. He will be the 41st vote against Obamacare.

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  5. "As a liberal i really don't care if "The People of Mass" elect a liberal of conservative, because that person represents that state, not my beliefs."

    It appears a short course in political science would be warranted.

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  6. Chris, what you find impossible to believe is based solely on your ideologue self, not me. I don't care who wins. Its not about me, and i don't support other states congressmen or senators. If the people of Mass choose to elect a conservative to represent "THEM" then good for them. He does not represent me and i don't choose to interfere with their choice.

    Thats were this whole thing goes awry to me, when you place your beliefs ahead of what those that he/she will represent. I understand the legality of it, but i don't think its correct for either side.

    Brian, any decisions made by a senator could affect policy, but those decisions are supposed to represent the people of his state, not you. Its as simple as that. You want to but your nose into another business.


    If i could go off on a tangent about abortion, i've been wondering why the right who had 6 years of control over two of the branches of government and a possible third in the 2000's never ran a abortion bill the way the left has done the healtcare bill? What kept Bush from trying to ram through a bill to get rid of abortions? I have my theories, but i am interested in knowing what you think.

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  7. Now all of the sudden the Democrats are saying this race isn't a big deal. Did you see the video of Coakley's guy knocking that reporter down? The Democrats have become the Gastapo. I can't believe Brown even has a snowballs chance in Hell of winning in one of the bluest states in the union. And if the Republican Brown wins this race it will be a major blow to the Democratic party and too this health care reform bill. That is why he is sneaking up on Coakley. 66% of Americans don't want this health care reform bill.

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  8. JoeC. said..."If i could go off on a tangent about abortion, i've been wondering why the right who had 6 years of control over two of the branches of government and a possible third in the 2000's never ran a abortion bill the way the left has done the healtcare bill? What kept Bush from trying to ram through a bill to get rid of abortions? I have my theories, but i am interested in knowing what you think." We didn't have as much control as the Democrats have and they are loosing health care reform when the Democrats could have passed it without one vote from a Republican. That was not true of abortion or SSI reform.

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  9. Hey, things are looking good for Republicans. It's starting to look like the American people have had enough of their little "fling" with Socialism,
    Teddy Kennedy's lifelong cause, socialized medicine, appears ready to go down in flames as state Senator Scott Brown is SURGING ahead in the special U.S. Senate race to fill the seat that Kennedy held for 47 yrs. by making his opposition to Obama's health care bill the #1 issue.
    The liberals need to face it, Obama's Socialist agenda is being rejected ... BIGTIME !

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  10. Brian remember when those idiots bruce,djtyg and vomamike said that the Republican party was over? We all said they would restructure more conservative and make a come back. It looks like we conservative were right again. Not only are conservatives taking back the Republican party but they are going to do the same with the Democrat party. It couldn't happen to a better group of anti God Democrats. As I have been saying for over a year now, it sucks to be a liberal;. BWAAAHAHAHAHAHHAHA

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  11. You got it Chris. I notice the Lib's have been keeping a REAL low-profile on the Blogs lately ...
    Must suck to be a loser like Bruce Fealk right about now.

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  12. Tomorrow history will be made ! The American people are fed up with politics-as-usual, but
    Obama is trying to smooth-talk the voters into voting for it again.
    Barack, save your breath, the voters are fed up with your lies and backroom deals. You can't buy this election and you won't be allowed to takeover our healthcare.

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  13. If the Democs loose there will be violence from the left in the near future. That is their MO. Brian do you think they will just shove this bill down our throats without Browns vote? The left wing nutsackes are mighty quit on the blogs. It's nice isn't it? I'm sure their will be some dead Democrats jumping off of buildings on Wed if Brown somehow wins by a miracle of God.

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