Scott Brown Wins !! The American Dream has Hope !!


In an incredible upset in the Massachusetts Special Election Senate election, underdog Scott Brown will fill the seat once held by Ted Kennedy.

A Republican win will throw a wrench in the Obama plan to socialize America because Democratic Party will no longer have a filibuster proof majority in the Senate.

It will be very interesting to see the Democratic response to this very unexpected win for the Republican party.  Will the Democrats get the message sent by Massachusetts and recognize their potential fate come November if they do not change their ways??

This election has renewed my faith that America really does not want a “nanny state” where the government controls every aspect of our life.  Even in the ultra-liberal northeast.

Great Day For Liberty…..   Scott Brown 2012???  


Sandee on January 20, 2010 at 6:39 AM said...

I am thrilled at this election outcome. Followed closely all day yesterday.

Nancy Pelosi isn't worried one bit and says that the health care bill will still happen. She's so out of touch.

Have a terrific day. :)

ThirstyJon on January 21, 2010 at 12:08 PM said...

I agree that this is an important strategic victory.

I am only moderately excited about Scott Brown though. He is moderately pro-choice and pro civil union (which with the Lisa Miller case we can see has the same problematic implications as gay "marriage.")

Scott Brown also supports the health care "reform" in Massachusetts. This reform includes mandated insurance coverage.

Scott Brown appears to be very pragmatic. While desiring a reduction in abortion he has taken a position that makes him palatable to Massachusetts liberal voters. While preferring traditional marriage he has taken a position that will still tolerate his election in Massachusetts.

The guy reminds me of Mitt Romney. If he ever runs for President he will probably become pro-life and anti civil union!

Having said all that though, the threat of this current health care "reform" on a national level is severe and Scott Brown's election and the potential Republican Momentum that will probably come out of it are a very good thing.

rod on January 21, 2010 at 9:46 PM said...

Please help persuade the Republican leadership to have Scott Brown deliver the Republican response to the President’s State of the Union address. Most of the time, the opposition party’s response gets little attention and generates less enthusiasm. Scott Brown’s election was a heavy blow to the Obama revolution. Scott Brown delivering the State of the Union address could be a good follow up punch. I don’t know of anyone who could create more enthusiasm for the Party than Brown.

Ruth on January 27, 2010 at 7:11 AM said...

BS. Scott Brown was "elected" via the scare tactics of out-of-state lobbying groups. I'm in MA myself and I can tell you there were a LOT of ads mudslinging against Martha Coakley by these groups. Most of the local people I've talked to are NOT happy with the outcome.

Barak Obama was the hope of the American Dream when he was elected; most of the problems we're still having are because republicans in Congress are bent on making him fail. Putting yet another wrench in his attempts to fix the mess GWB left us in and tearing apart Teddy Kennedy's legacy won't do the country any favors.

To paraphrase a recent quote from Howard Dean, the republicans are very good at getting elected but once elected they can't lead.

Anonymous said...


You make it sound like more people did not actually vote for Scott Brown than for Martha Coakley.

But this is the indisputable truth - more people voted for Scott Brown than for Martha Coakley!

Barack Obama is not now nor has he ever been the "hope of the American Dream." Barack Obama only got elected because people were disillusioned with the Iraq war and the economy. I wonder if the people that voted for him really comprehended the agenda that he presented while running.

He has way overstepped his imaginary mandate. Now Americans are waking up and saying "oh crap, what did we do!??!"

Of course Howard Dean would say what he said. That's his job. It seems to me that both parties show their fractured-alliance nature when in power. That statement could just as well be made of democrats.

What we need is an American People that understands that the Statist Agenda will destroy our economy, our liberty, and our nation; and it must be opposed. Unfortunately most democrats believe that civil government is the answer to our problems and many republicans don't actually have the conviction level to dismantle the Messianic State.

Benjamin Patton on January 28, 2010 at 7:29 PM said...

This guy wants socialized medicine. He voted for the Mass. version and will be the wolf in sheeps clothing. A sure thing 60th vote.

ThirstyJon on January 29, 2010 at 9:40 AM said...


That is an interesting thought. Are you saying that you believe Scott Brown will vote for the health care bill?

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