State Senator may have an R next to his name, but his victory was down to the growing influence of grass roots America, not Judas goat partisans like Glenn Beck
Paul Joseph Watson
Wednesday, January 20, 2010
Scott Brown’s stunning underdog victory over Democrat Martha Coakley to become Massachusetts’ next U.S. Senator is a crushing blow for the Obama administration’s big government agenda – not because Brown has an R next to his name, and not because of Judas goats like Glenn Beck who will attempt to hijack genuine populism once again – but because his victory was thanks to the 51% of Independents who are now the majority in the state.
“The victory caps a dramatic surge in recent days as Brown, a state lawmaker from Wrentham once thought to have little chance of beating a popular attorney general, roared ahead of Coakley to become the first Republican senator elected from Massachusetts since 1972,” reports the Boston Globe.
“In a race that became the center of national attention, Brown’s win is widely seen as a vote against the president’s agenda from one of the most reliably Democratic states. And in a particularly ironic twist, Brown, in succeeding Edward M. Kennedy — the late liberal lion who deemed health care “the cause of my life’’ — may well be the 41st vote to prevent the Democratic-led plan from moving forward.”
However, most corporate media reports about Brown’s victory are absent the fact that 51% of Massachusetts voters are registered Independents. Additionally, for every Republican in Mass., there are three Democrats, illustrating that the outcome represents a wholesale rebellion of the Obama health care agenda from liberals who are now understanding its true intent – nothing more than a bailout for the insurance companies.
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The manner of Brown’s victory proves that the result isn’t just a product of the two party monopoly see-sawing back and forth. Voters who are sick to the back teeth of government taking their liberties whether a Democrat or a Republican is in office are now slowly becoming the majority. The partisan sideshow of Democrat versus Republican is gradually starting to implode as Democrats and liberal Independents quickly wake up to the fact that Obama’s promises of hope and change were completely hollow and that the man is little more than another stooge for the military-industrial complex in the same vein as Bush.
Brown’s victory cannot be spun as anything other than a victory for self-governance and a complete rejection of the Obama administration’s nanny state agenda.
However, this bombshell sea change can only mean something in the long term if Judas goats like Glenn Beck, Rush Limbaugh and others are prevented from hijacking genuine populism and diluting it down to more meaningless political partisanship, as they did with the tea party movement.
Big government media pimps are devastated by Brown’s victory because, as many observers are saying, it likely signals the death blow for Obama’s socialist health care agenda.
MSNBC’s Chris Matthews, who last month hailed Communist ideologue and Stalinist Saul Alinsky as one of his heroes, made no attempt to hide his fury at the idea of Brown beating Coakley during a Hardball intro earlier this week.
“It’s that rare election where voters know exactly what they’re voting on. If they’re with Democrat Martha Coakley they get health care reform. If they go for Republican Scott Brown it’s deliberate, premeditated murder for health care!” screeched Matthews.
Watch the clip below.
This article was posted: Wednesday, January 20, 2010 at 10:56 am