Monday, January 18, 2010

Scott Brown Wins! Won't He?

Since poll after poll after poll continue to show Scott Brown ahead and even way ahead in the Massachusetts senate race against Martha Coakley I figure it's OK to go ahead and call it. This is truly a game changer.

The GOP's recent wins in the New Jersey and Virginia governors' races could be explained as flukes and/or inconsequential by the Democrats a few months ago. But a loss in Massachusetts, which has not elected a Republican senator in 44 years, will be truly devestating to a Democrat party hell bent on shoving a hardcore-liberal, ideological agenda down the people's throat. And rest assured, they will shove it down your throat:
Even as Democratic leaders pondered contingencies, the House speaker, Nancy Pelosi, insisted that the legislation would move forward, though she acknowledged that Tuesday’s results could force a tactical shift.

“Certainly the dynamic will change depending on what happens in Massachusetts,” Ms. Pelosi told reporters in California on Monday. “Just the question of how we would proceed. But it doesn’t mean we won’t have a health care bill.”

“Let’s remove all doubt,” she added. “We will have health care one way or another.”
Make no mistake about it, this is not about "changing tactics", its about thwarting the will of the people when liberals can't fool them into going along with the plan. Look forward to these sort of "tactics" in the future, at least up until November, when the midterm elections will unleash a tidal wave of brand new small-government, low-tax conservative lawmakers on Capitol Hill.

Attention America: You have only one choice this November to avoid a hugely corrupt and coervice Congress; wrest control away from the Democrats by electing competent conservatives in every race on the ballot. Period.

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