The Election Heard Around the Country
In a stunning victory, Scott Brown wins the “People’s Seat” in Massachusetts. The seat that was occupied by Ted Kennedy (D) for 46 years, was won by a Republican in a very Blue of Bluest State. The virtually unknown candidate from Wrentham, Massachusetts won the special election for the Senate seat by a clear margin. As of this time, 97 percent of precincts reporting, returns show Brown leading Coakley 52-47 percent, by a margin of 120,000 votes.
This was a clear referendum against the policies of Obama. The Health Care bill, Cap and Trade, War on Terrorism and whole host of socialist programs that the American people do not want. Historically, this is another Tea Party victory. The momentum will continue to the 2010 elections this November, 2nd. 36 Congressional seats are up for election this November.
As Obama continues to blame the Bush administration for everything under the Sun, but the earthquake in Haiti, his policies continue to grow unpopular. However, if Obama could blame Bush, he would.
Obama wants to tax the Banking industry, the Insurance industry, the Health Care industry, while giving tax breaks to Unions. If you work for private industry, you are a target by the Obama. Obama will not stop until the government controls all commerce in America. You do not want the Government in Bed with you, because the government is a needy and lousy lover.
5 Democrats are retiring, because no one would have elected them even if they did run: GOOD RIDDANCE!
Chris Dodd – Connecticut
Ted Kaufman – Delaware
Roland Burris – Illinois
Paul Kirk – Massachusetts
Byron Dorgan – North Dakota
14 Incumbents Democrats up for reelection: VOTE THEM OUT!
Blanche Lincoln – Arkansas
Barbara Boxer – Califorina
Michael Bennet – Colorado
Daniel Inouye – Hawai’i
Evan Byah – Indiana
Barbara Mikulski – Maryland
Harry Reid – Nevada
Kirsten Gillibrand – New York
Chuck Schumer – New York
Ron Wyden – Oregon
Arlen Spector – Pennsylvania
Patrick Leahy – Vermont
Patty Murry – Washington
Russ Feingold – Wisconsin
These are the Democrats that must be defeated in November. There are several extremely liberal, hard left, Democrats that need focusing on. These are the worst of the worst, that need to be defeated.
But this is a time for Celebration
What’s for Dinner?
Miso Baked Opah Over Jasmine Rice Cake with Saute’ Broccoli and Shallots with Cheese Baguette