Saturday, January 2, 2010

Scott Brown Surging in Massachusetts

A big salute to all those Patriots -- people like you -- who've embraced the Scott Brown Campaign for US Senate . . . and asked your friends and family members to do the same. Scott Brown's "people" (i.e., individuals just like us) have been overwhelmed by the support they're getting from the online community.

As you know, the election is on Jan. 19, 2010. So, it's an off-year (and even an off-month) election. And in the middle of January, it being MA, there will probably be a monumental snowstorm. All such factors work in Scott's favor, because he'll get the votes of every sane Bay Stater repulsed by the three-headed monster: Obama, Pelosi, and Reid.

How do we win this race that once looked unwinnable? By contributing our money -- even $10 or $20 would help -- and our time. Scott has a great system at his web site for individuals to call-into MA from out-of-state.

Support Scott -- and then ask everyone you know to do the same.

Scott is a conservative. In fact, he will be the most conservative Senator elected from MA since . . . Senator John F. Kennedy, who nowadays would be denounced by liberals as "a dangerous right-winger." JFK loved our country, and he knew that in a recession you don't raise taxes -- instead, you cut them. And as a man with chronic ailments, JFK had no desire to our health system into one resembling Bulgaria's.

Scott Brown is committed to voting to repeal the health care monstrosity Reid and Pelosi are busy hatching. He's against the Cap-and-Tax legislation. He's in favor of reducing our taxes. And, unlike Obama, he's not afraid to use the phrase "war on terror."

You may ask . . .

What about Scott's opponent, one Martha Coakley? She's another one of those Massachusetts liberals (think: John Kerry) whose ambitions are as unlimited as her talents are nonexistent. As a member of the Massachusetts legal community, she specialized in ferocious prosecutions of people who were clearly innocent. In many ways, she's a lot like her hero, Barack Hussein Obama, who's described accurately in a Jan. 2 article by Geoffrey P. Hunt (following):

American Thinker: Another Failed Presidency

". . . This president. It's not so much that he's a phony, knows nothing about economics, is historically illiterate, and woefully small minded for the size of the task-- all contributory of course. It's that he's not one of us. And whatever he is, his profile is fuzzy and devoid of content, like a cardboard cutout made from delaminated corrugated paper. Moreover, he doesn't command our respect and is unable to appeal to our own common sense. His notions of right and wrong are repugnant and how things work just don't add up. They are not existential. His descriptions of the world we live in don't make sense and don't correspond with our experience.

"In the meantime, while we've been struggling to take a measurement of this man, he's dissed just about every one of us--financiers, energy producers, banks, insurance executives, police officers, doctors, nurses, hospital administrators, post office workers, and anybody else who has a non-green job. Expect Obama to lament at his last press conference in 2012: 'For those of you I offended, I apologize. For those of you who were not offended, you just didn't give me enough time; if only I'd had a second term, I could have offended you too.'"

The beginning of the end for the absurd Obama "presidency" began with our victories in VA and NJ. If we can win in Massachusetts, as I believe we can, we can win everywhere. Please ask everyone you know to rally behind Scott.

1 comment:

bmo said...

Great post! Thanks for your help!