Sunday, January 24, 2010

The People Of Massachusettes Have Spoken

On Tues. Jan. 19, 2010 the United States was sitting on pins and needles as we awaited the election returns for the special US Senate seat in Massachusettes. An Independent Scott Brown was running on the Repub ticket against Martha Coakley the well known Dem candidate. From the beginning the odds were against Brown, as the election drew near, the Dems realized they were in trouble. Mass. is predominately a Democratic State. The seat up for grabs was the one occupied by the legendary Ted Kennedy for 46 years.

The citizens of Mass. came together and took this Country by surprise, they had the courage to stand up for their strong beliefs and say they were fed up with the current administration.

Brown is an Independent who ran with the Republican party. His overwhelming victory has stunned the world.

"As state Senator, Scott Brown has led the fight in Massachusetts against wasteful government spending and higher taxes. He is a free-market advocate who believes our strength as a nation flows from its people. He believes in a culture of family, patriotism and freedom. At his September 12 announcement of candidacy for the U.S. Senate, Senator Brown articulated a core set of beliefs that guide his thinking.

•Government is too big and that the federal stimulus bill made government bigger instead of creating jobs
•Taxes are too high and are going higher if Congress continues with its out-of-control spending
•The historic amount of debt we are passing on to our children and grandchildren is immoral
•Power concentrated in the hands of one political party, as it is here in Massachusetts, leads to bad government and poor decisions
•A strong military and vigorous homeland defense will protect our interests and security around the world and at home
•All Americans deserve health care, but we shouldn't have to create a new government insurance program to provide it"

Sounds too good to be true, we now have an Independent person who was elected on the Republican ticket with the same beliefs we the people have. The change we want is coming to DC.

Scott Brown comes to the US Senate with new hope for all the people of America. He was little known throughout the Country, until the real Patriots of the Country discovered him. The Republican Party realizing what a critical vote this was began pushing his campaign, Patriots across the Country began to feal his beliefs are real and not just a lot of promises.His record as State Sen proves that. Brown fought State Government for the beliefs of his constituents. The support for him came as a big surprise to the Dems, they tried to save the election, but failed.

There is already talk on both sides of the party to revamp their political strategies, could this be the beginning of a bipartisan government? Will both parties move towards the center for the good of all the Country?

I believe he will be the first of many free advocates to enter the political arena this year. The people are finally being heard. Yes change is coming if we all work together and have the courage of the people of Mass. voters. They appeared at the polls in record numbers on a miserable snowy day for a special election. They realized just how 'special' this election was. It could be the turning point for the future of this Country.



  1. I compliment you on you article, Deanie. During the Ma. elections I told you there wasn't a chance in Hades that an Independent Republican who had once been a Democrat could take the Peoples Seat in Ma. You stuck by your guns and showed me I was wrong, for this I am very happy. I feel for the first time in a year Americans have a chance to take this Country back.

  2. I hope this will be a turning point for the country too.

  3. I do not think the Democrats will try to work with the Republicans in any way. Scott Brown has brought new interest to the public. I think the citizens will think twice before voting this year and many Dems will be replaced.

  4. We have definitely won round one for this year! I too feel we will see many more free advocates running and being elected to office this year. Finally we are going to get the Change We Can Believe In that was promised to us a year ago. No thanks to Obama, all he did to help our cause was to make the people aware of all his treacherous actions.

  5. Last nights State of the Union was a joke. Another sad day in America, we are in trouble. Obama is clearly not listening to a thing we the people have to say. He shunned and scolded just about everyone including the Supreme Court, Congress, Republicans and our Military Leaders - wtf its all his fault, where is his blame on himself????

  6. Yaah he sure got the message from Massachusetts's revolt and election of Scott Brown last week didn't he.

  7. Everyday the denials of reality by the leadership and far left continue to amaze me with their lies and negative impacts. I was shocked by last nights State of the Union.

  8. I believe our government will be changing in the future. The people are speaking out as is shown in the posts being made all over the web. I always thought the State of The Union Address was supposed to be a recap of what was done done in our Country over the last year. We did not need to be lectured and scorned and have all the blame placed on everyone in the country but him.

  9. Scott Brown will be a true change for this Country and one we need desperately. With him breaking the 60 vote majority I believe we will see this country turning around. The people are mad and will express their opinion in 2010.

  10. I think both parties will come together as we will be getting rid of some of the old and bringing in NEW Politicians.

  11. ind.carol

    I to have been hoping for that, there is time still for this to happen.

  12. Great post, Deanie. Its great to see people that love this great country getting their views out and also reporting what the snooze media does not want to get out. Keep it going.

  13. I believe in all of Sen Brown's beliefs for this country. He is what this Country needed to stimulate us and get us back on the right track.


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