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Saturday, January 16, 2010

The Backlash Is Coming! The Backlash Is Coming!


I just heard on the news today that Barry Soetoro a/k/a Barak Hussein Obama is going to Massachusetts to try and help the flagging campaign of state Attorney General Martha Coakley (D) in her quioxtic charge campaign to resume liberal control of the US Senate seat formerly held by Ted Kennedy (a/k/a Admiral Oldsmobile). Oooooooh, better watch out guys, Barry's coming! He of the highest disapproval rating ever recorded by Gallup at the beginning of an (elected) president's second year. Check out this entire article that is jam packed with intersting quotes from the Brown/Coakley senate race....

"After Kennedy's death in August, few imagined there would be any problem replacing him with another Democrat in the U.S. Senate. It's been 16 years since Massachusetts elected a Republican to a congressional seat, 31 years since the last Republican senator left office. Gov. Patrick appointed a former Kennedy aide as the interim senator, and Democratic primary voters chose the well-regarded state Attorney General Martha Coakley as their nominee for the special election. That election, which will be held on Tuesday, was widely seen as a formality. Ms. Coakley coasted through the holiday season while the GOP challenger, little-known state Sen. Scott Brown, scrambled for traction....

Another issue is taxes. Mr. Brown has scolded Ms. Coakley for supporting a repeal of the Bush tax cuts, for entertaining the idea of passing a "war tax," and for proclaiming in a recent debate that "we need to get taxes up." Ms. Coakley says she meant that tax revenues, not rates, need to rebound. Nonetheless, Mr. Brown's critique resonates with voters who are smarting from a 25% hike in sales tax last year.

But nothing excites Mr. Brown's supporters more than his vow to stop ObamaCare by denying Democrats the 60th vote they would need in the U.S. Senate to shut off a GOP filibuster. The Rasmussen and Suffolk polls report that once-overwhelming statewide support for the federal health reform has fallen to a wafer-thin majority."


Might this be a harbinger of things to come? To borrow a quote from one well known politician YOU BETCHA!!

6 comments:

Ginx said...

*Yawn*

The Old Geezer said...

I enjoyed looking over your blog
God bless you

JD Curtis said...

*Yawn*

That's precisely how I feel about some of these yentas put forward, masquerading as candidates by the Democrat party G. If this is the best they can do, then AE might want to invest in some pantsuits and brush up on her Yiddish. If you don't mind being disturbed from your slumber, why do you think they nominated the above sock-with-eyes to fill the X-WIDE seat of "Love Sandwuch Ted"?

The Old Geezer

Thanks for your comment. Hope we can exchange more. I did a double take there for a moment, wondering if you were PHOTOGR.

Ginx said...

Honestly, I support the Greek system. Draw names from a hat to determine our leaders, like we do with jury duty.

JD Curtis said...

William F. Buckley Jr. once said that he "would rather be governed by the first 100 names in the Boston phone directory than by the entire faculty of Harvard University."

JD Curtis said...

And this just in....

"MSNBC talk host: 'Cheat to keep these bastards out'
On Senate race: 'If I lived in Mass., I'd vote 10 times' Link