"By the rude bridge that arched the flood,
Their flag to April's breeze unfurled;
Here once the embattled farmers stood,
And fired the shot heard 'round the world."
If you aren’t sure what happened, Scott Brown, a Republican won, in a special election, the senate seat formerly held by Ted Kennedy. In a rock solid blue state, running against an established state politician, Scott pulled off what many have called a miracle upset,
Obama, his political henchmen, and the ‘Propaganda Media’ have missed the message sent by the voters and have tried to blame the Democrat candidate Martha Coakley for running a weak race. What actually happened was that Senator-elect Brown ran, not against Coakley, but against Obama policy. That tactic vaulted him from a 35 point deficit to a 5 point plus victory. Brown campaigned by calling himself, “Number 41”, meaning that his election as the 41st Republican in the Senate would end the super-majority of sixty Democrats that were ramming through Obama’s un-Constitutional agenda.
Obama, always the anarchist, could never take the blame, so he tried in a very twisted way, to blame George Bush. He said that Scott Brown (a Republican) was propelled into office that had propelled Obama into office a year earlier. That wave he said, was caused by the past 8 years.
There is still a slim chance that Obama could force through his healthcare plan, but that would put most of those that would support such a move on the short list of those that will lose their next election.
Just as important, there are now a sufficient number of Republicans in the Senate to block other very bad bills like “Cap and Trade”, “Voting rights to illegal aliens, and “Stimulus II”. It will make it hard to ratify Constitution busting treaties such as the UN “International Small Arms Control Treaty” which is intended to deny all Americans the right to own a firearm.
Prior to the Massachusetts election, there was a growing unrest among the public and many observers felt the unrest was moving rather rapidly toward an armed uprising. This election should cripple the Obama push toward a Socialist state and soften the anger, at least for awhile.
Perhaps the Liberals will now see a need to cooperate. They might even be persuaded to unlock the meeting room doors and let Republicans attend meeting.
Historians may look back on this election as the most significant single election in American history.
Obama would be wise to remember the words of his pastor who said. “Your chickens have come home to roost!”