The Vote In Massachusetts

It’s been frankly amazing how this race for the Senate seat has gone. It’s been very gratifying to see the patrician arrogance of our Ruling Betters get their comeuppance, to see the bewilderment and fear set in as they realize that the voters might not just robotically rubber-stamp whatever candidate we are graced to have foisted upon us.

Of course the only poll that matters is the one that is being conducted in the booths today. Let’s hope that a motivated electorate sends a shock wave through the Establishment and elects Scott Brown. Even if he loses this process has exposed certain Democrats as corrupt, power-hungry statists, like this fellow who talks of a “slow count” on the vote so that they can still ram their agenda through in time. Disgusting.

And you know, if Brown does happen to win, they will not see this a chance for a moment of self-reflection, perhaps a moment for humility and re-evaluating their positions on the off chance that, maybe, just perhaps, they could be, dare I say, wrong on an issue. Oh no, goodness no. That’s not even the faintest of possibilities. No, if Brown should win they will…blame Bush and all those racists clinging to their guns and Bibles…in Massachusetts.

We can but hope, my friends.

This may well be one of our first steps in taking back our government, making it OF the People and FOR the People, instead of for the Parties, once again.

7 Responses to “The Vote In Massachusetts”

  1. Suzette says:

    I can’t stop thinking that the MA poll trends are foreshadowing of storming the Bastille. I am preparing for a Brown win by clipping appropriate bits of lyrics from Marad/Sade but I’m also ready if the Dems snatch victory away by working up a post about turning over a rock and the insects DON’T scurry away. It still needs a little work.

  2. don says:

    Ohhh, Brown against Coakley. They say reading is fundamental, huh? LOL! My bad, Mr. Bingley.

  3. Syd B. says:

    “We lost independents in Virginia, we lost independents in New Jersey and we’re losing independents in Massachusetts,” said one Democratic campaign strategist. “The only thing those three states have in common is Obama.”

  4. Yojimbo says:

    This is more about stopping revolutinaries than party politics. These are hardcore revolutionaries who have slipped the bonds of the Democratic Party long ago. They are not the progresive wing of the party anymore, this is a radical movement.

  5. Gary from Jersey says:

    All I can hope for is that this is the beginning of the end for the Left. They’ve had their chance and now they’re snarling at the results: Americans are rejecting them even in the bluest of the blue states.

    Maybe we’ll see the Left lose the culture war after all and we can have our country back. Maybe this is the beginning of reform I can believe in.

  6. mojo says:

    Yeah, amazing how Brown’s certification could take “weeks”, buy Coakley could be sworn in tomorrow…

  7. Val Prieto says:


    Having a bit of real time experience with the left as I come from the island of communism led by the left’s bearded poster child, I can tell you this isnt going to be the end of them.

    This isnt an ideology for them, its a religion because what they believe is based on blind faith. All historical data and proof be damned.

    they will only fight harder and dirtier and it will only get uglier.

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