Revolt In Massachusetts
There was a revolt, a revolution if you will, in Massachusetts this week and it ended in victory for the people of Massachusetts and even more so for we, the People of the United States of America. Republican Scott Brown defeated Democrat Martha Coakley in the January 19, 2010 special election to fill Ted Kennedy’s US Senate seat.
Both FOXNews and MSNBC confirm that Brown won 52% to 47% in an election with very high voter turnout, especially for a special election held in very inclimate weather.
Meet Senator Scott Brown (R-MA)
In his victory speech, Massachusetts’ newest US Senator, Scott Brown declared the following:
Tonight, the independent voice of Massachusetts has spoken. This Senate seat belongs to no one person, no one political party. … This is the people’s seat.
Given that registered Democrats 3:1 advantage over Republicans in the state (37% of registered voters are Democrats, 12% are Republicans) but fully 51% are unaffiliated / independent, Sen. Brown was right. The “independent voice” of Massachusetts has indeed spoken, and they have spoken against neo-Socialist agenda being furthered by the Democrats in Congress and the White House in the person of President Barack H. Obama.
Yes, there was a revolt of the People in Massachusetts and it will have both immediate and long-term consequences for the Liberals who currently try to rule America.
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