Thursday, January 21, 2010

Democrats Have No Place To Hide!

The election in Massachusetts is telling us one thing, the public isn't buying what the Democrats are selling. The almost unprecedented victory of Scott Brown over Martha Coakley has sent a chill up the spines of democrats in the capital and they are scurrying for cover like roaches when the spotlight is turned on them. Unlike the roaches however they have no place to hide.

Coakley had remarked about a week ago that if she didn't win, "2010 would be hell for Democrats", she at least got that right. As of this moment there are few safe seats for the party in power. Or let's just say the party is over and that reality, after yesterday's election, has sunk in.

Health Care and run-a-way spending were clearly the main issues in this campaign. Brown literally turned Massachusetts upside-down in a high-turnout election that left the Democrats stunned. This election could very easily mean the end for Obamacare! It was clearly a referendum on Obama, Pelosi, Reid and the Democrats agenda. Yes, the voters in the Bay State have put the spotlight on those low-life's in Washington that usually find safety behind closed doors, this time however they will find no place to hide!


The Right Look said...

Great piece Ron!

What kills me is that the libtards most likely are still in denial and cannot understand why the American people are not with them in lockstep!

You are right though. They have no place to hide anymore. America's light shines through the cracks and illuminates the darkest corners the cock roaches can find.

It's burning it's brightest now my blood brothers and sisters!

The Right Look

TexasFred said...

Actually, they may have a place to hide..

WASHINGTON (AP) - The Supreme Court has ruled that corporations may spend freely to support or oppose candidates for president and Congress, easing decades-old limits on their participation in federal campaigns.

My Way News - Supreme Court rolls back campaign spending limits

Ron Russell said...

I understand that Chuck Schumer was unhappy with todays supreme court decsion---that makes it fine with me. This this was part of McCain-Finegold that was struck down--that too is good.

Proof said...

And no where to run to, now that Massachusetts is no longer all that blue!

Ayrdale said...

The end...for media and Hollywood control of the voting public. The internet, and in particular, bloggers like yourself are a major force to be reckoned with.
Conservative values and the politicians that go with them are in ascendancy.
How the media respond to this loss of influence and loss of income will be very interesting indeed...

Debbie said...

I don't want to pour cold water on anybody's excitement. But I'm getting a little twitch at the back of my neck with a few things Scott Brown has said since his election. I hope it's just political speak, trying to get a good start since he's the new guy...

But he has mentioned several times about "reaching across the isle" etc., shades of John McCain in the 2008 election. It Scott Brown turns out to be like McCain, we're in trouble.

I don't think that will happen, and it's probably nothing, but there was that little creepy feeling, that twinge, at least three times today as he went around visiting with other Senators.

Right Truth

PatriotUSA said...

The truth usually wins out. The
demosocialistacrats could only
soin their garbarge for so long
until it collaspsed inward upon
themselves. Now it is imploding
so fast they cannot even manage
any damage control.

What SCOTUS struck down today
is a very good thing. It has
leveled the field and freedom
of speech is no longer owned
by the MSM and the other stooges
of the left. This goes way beyond
campaign finances. The fact that
Obama, Schumer and such ilk are so
upset about this makes it very
enjoyable to observe. Heh heh!

Teresa said...

It feels so good to see these dirty critters scurrying around with no place to go.

McCain-Feingold was one of the most stupid pieces of legislation ever!! Now the corporations can stand up to Obama and his thuggery.

hbl said...

Heh. A chill up the spine. When I read that, I couldn't help wondering what Chris Mathews felt on his leg.

Jill said...

Very surprising win in a state that liberal. There may be hope yet. I used to call MA island of the libtards but with Browns election they have redeemed themselves-time to retake the Senate and retake our country.

cmblake6 said...

Don't let us down, Brown. I really hope what he's said about fiscal conservatism was truth. Looks pretty good so far, we'll see.

And what did Chrissie Matthews feel running down his leg? BWAHAHAHA! Guess.

TexasFred said...

Debbie brings up a great point, Brown started talking, and saying things that just don't sit well with Conservatives across America, BUT, in Massachusetts he's a FAR right wingnut as far as the loony left is concerned...

Time will tell, and again, Debbie is right, if he turns out to be like McCain, this nation is screwed..

John Carey said...

Massachusetts was not Scott Brown. It was about Obama and the Demigods in congress. They wanted to send a message and Scott Brown was simply the tool they used to do it. The "blue dogs" are real nervous now.

Bill Smith said...

Pelosi even declares today that the Senate version of Health care bill dead in the House (not the Senate).

One poll in Arkansas says that it doesn't matter that Sen. Lincoln is poll number are lower than even the unknown GOP candidate, but that Lincoln needs to justify to the public why she should even be a candidate after all her years in office.

Times are changing. But they will not stop using the Alynski method - as they know nothing else. And herein is the danger. Empty arrogant suits often try to prove themselves even when they know nothing about what they are doing.

The Born Again American said...

The free market system at its best... The public doesn't like and therefore doesn't buy something, the company goes out of business...

No one is buying Obamacare, too bad, looks like they're out of business...

Democrats will try to morph into something else, but to quote William Skakespeare "a cockroach by any other name is still a cockroach"...

Mr Pink Eyes said...

You've got that right. They can run, but they can't hide! We are coming after all of them. 2010 will be hell for Democrats, that is the only thing that Coakley said during the campaign that was right.
Democrat party prognosis? 10 months to live.

MK said...

Glad to hear it, they don't deserve a place to hide. They ran roughshod over the American people and paid them no heed, no respite, nothing. They deserve the same in return.


The best par about this? It looks like the Senate does not have the votes to confirm Bernankie!

KG said...

Great post!
The trick now is to keep up the momentum and resist any efforts (both overt and covert) by the GOP to take over the Tea Party movement.
That movement needs to be directed at RINOS just as much as dimmocrats, otherwise it'll simply be more "business as usual" in future.