BROWN WINS IN MASSACHUSETTS
Update – with 75% counted, AP calls the race for Scott Brown and Martha Coakley concedes. THIS IS HUGE! Clearly a referendum on the Obama Agenda, the people of liberal Massachusetts have rejected one party rule. On Fox, in a Frank Luntz focus group, even democrats who voted for Coakley were saying they wanted Health Care legislation to fail – they are uncomfortable with one party calling all the shots.
Tomorrow is the first day of the new reality in Washington DC – expect many democrats in the House to mutiny now – Nancy Pelosi and Barrack Obama will double down but will not prevail.
An amazing thing is happening in Massachusetts. Next Tuesday is a special election to fill the seat vacated by the death of Ted Kennedy. One of the bluest of the states, it should have been unthinkable that State Senate Republican Scott Brown could win this race in Massachusetts against the popular Attorney General Martha Coakley, and a few weeks ago she had a 30 point lead.
But then Brown began running as the “41st Senator” – a vote against Obamacare and the rest of the Progressive Agenda that could preserve the Republican filibuster, and effectively end “one party rule”. Coakley on the other hand will support the agenda down the party line, and President Obama is campaigning for her as a reliable ally.
The polls have tightened as the race has become “nationalized”, and one poll even shows Scott Brown in the lead, causing weeping and gnashing of teeth all across the Progressive landscape.
Marco Rubio is asking his supporters to help Scott as are other conservative leaders. Please help push Scott across the finish line next Tuesday, January 19.
If you participate in making calls for the campaign, please use whatever script they provide, but identify yourself as a South Florida 9-12 member who is contributing their time to help restore the two party system in America. Whether you are a Republican, Democrat, or Independent, you are also an American and have a vested interest in stopping the unprecedented changes that are coming to our way of life if two party rule is not restored.