Did finally sleep well, finally beginning to focus a bit better.
Maybe I slept better because the nation just may be starting to tilt a little back to the right which just may have helped my mental balance and perception on the world.
I wake up, check my cell/computer click on Drudge and see the headline that Scott Brown did indeed win. I smiled then laughed all I could think about was Ted Kennedy rolling over in his grave searching for a bottle of his favorite whiskey.
Yes I know that is cold and cruel but hey what can I tell you… I can’t stand Democrats.
I’m also thinking I’m glad that Obama is not Bill Clinton, because Clinton could turn this thing around. I don’t think Obama has the political savvy like Clinton to swallow his pride, refocus or scale back his agenda and use this to his advantage to appease independent voters.
At least this morning I have some renewed faith that American’s are finally seeing the Democrat Party for what it is, from the lies by Obama regarding transparency in government particularly as it applied to this health care debate to corruption and back room dealing trying to shove legislation down the throats of the American people and this
Martha Coakley moron damn this video rang the warning bell: “Not Just Wrong on Terror War - She's Dangerous”
BOSTON – Republicans are rejoicing and Democrats reeling in the wake of Scott Brown's stunning victory over Martha Coakley in a special Massachusetts Senate election that Brown insists was not simply a referendum on President Barack Obama.REST OF THE ARTICLE HERE
Still, Obama grimly faced a need to both regroup and recoup losses on Wednesday, the anniversary of his inauguration, in a White House shaken by the realization of what a difference a year made. The most likely starting place was finding a way to save the much-criticized health care overhaul he's been trying to push through Congress.
In one of the country's most traditionally liberal states, Brown rode a wave of voter anger to defeat Coakley, the attorney general who had been considered a surefire winner until just days ago. Her loss signaled big political problems for Obama and the Democratic Party this fall when House, Senate and gubernatorial candidates are on the ballot nationwide.
Miclelle Malkin: The Democrats’ Massachusetts meltdown
My syndicated column today dissects the twin meltdowns of Bay State and
Beltway Democrats. But even with Scott “41!” Brown’s victory, the battle over
Demcare has only just begun. The health care takeover-peddlers are looking for a back-up plan. If they can’t get their full “public option” Trojan Horse through the
gates, they’ll settle for Trojan Ponies.
In “Paul Revere’s Ride,” Henry Wadsworth Longfellow wrote of “the muster of men at the barrack door.” Today, it’s the muster of men at Barack’s door who must be met with “a cry of defiance, and not of fear.” The nutroots are cranking
up the pressure on congressional liberals to cling to the most radical form
of Demcare and “fight harder for change.” What part of Coakley/Obama’s epic fail
doesn’t the party in power understand?
Tea Party activists must stay vigilant and crank it up even louder to
warn of the coming big government perils.
Side note: At a church pulpit on Sunday, President Obama declared that
Demcare’s passage would be “a victory for dignity and decency, and for our common humanity.” Since the voters of Massachusetts effectively killed Obama’s plans to ram the bribe-laden Demcare package down taxpayers’ throats, will he now declare them all enemies of dignity, decency, and common humanity who are spitefully flipping the late Ted Kennedy the bird?