Wednesday, January 06, 2010

Crucial Election on Obamacare in Massachusetts January 19

An attractive Republican conservative actually has a good chance at winning a US Senate seat in Massachusetts and stopping Obamacare in its tracks. All that’s needed is for those Tea Party Patriots and other independents to come out in the cold and vote. How many times throughout our history has one person been the difference between success and disaster in our wonderful country?

Scott Brown trims Senate gap in poll

By Jessica Van Sack January 6, 2010

Energized opponents of the Democrats’ national health-care overhaul have catapulted GOP Senate hopeful Scott Brown within striking distance of Attorney General Martha Coakley, a leading pollster said yesterday.

“It has nothing to do with Brown and everything to do with the political environment we’re seeing nationally,” said Scott Rasmussen, president of Rasmussen reports, which released a poll yesterday putting Brown just 9 points behind Coakley, 50 percent to 41 percent.

He added that Brown appears to be an “opposition candidate” supported by many who are unhappy with the direction of the country - and most of all, health-care reform. “The people who feel strongly about health care are more likely to oppose it,” Rasmussen said.

Perhaps Rasmussen’s most stunning finding was that the Wrentham state senator leads 65 percentto 21 percent among the unenrolled, the state’s biggest voting bloc. The poll did not query voters about Joseph L. Kennedy, an unenrolled candidate.

A Republican upstart replacing liberal lion Sen. Edward M. Kennedy in the bluest state would be a “major coup” with “national consequences,” said Thomas Whalen, Boston University social science professor, hastening to add, “I still think she’s gonna win it, but Brown’s making it much more interesting.”

Nate Silver, a political statistician, crunched the poll numbers and wrote on his blog that a 9-point gap between Brown and Coakley seems “entirely possible.”

But Suffolk University pollster David Paleologos said the survey may be lowballing the turnout among unenrolled voters, including many women who will break for Coakley. “I don’t know if (Brown’s lead) will hold up,” he said.

Brown spokesman Felix Brownefound the poll “encouraging,” but added, “We recognize that we’re an underdog in a state that is controlled by a political machine. We’re working hard. No celebrations.”

Coakley spokesman Corey Welford brushed off the poll, saying, “Martha is going to win this race because voters know that she has a record of standing up and getting real results for them.” he said

This is what America really needs, another politician (Coakley) who will “bring home the bacon” and further bankrupt this country .
From State Senator Brown’s website:
“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

Senator Brown is a proud member of the Massachusetts National Guard, where he has served for nearly three decades and currently holds the rank of Lt. Colonel in the Judge Advocate Generals (JAG) Corps. Brown was awarded the Army Commendation Medal for meritorious service in homeland security following the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001. His career in public service began as selectman in Wrentham. He then went on to serve three terms as a State Representative and won his current State Senate seat in a special election in 2004. He is currently in his third Senate term.

In 2004, Senator Brown received the Public Servant of the Year Award from the United Chamber of Commerce for his leadership in reforming the state's sex offender laws and protecting the rights of victims. He has also been recognized by the National Federation of Independent Businesses (NFIB) for his work in creating an environment that encourages job growth and expansion in Massachusetts.

Senator Brown is a graduate of Wakefield High School, Tufts University, and Boston College Law School. He lives in Wrentham, MA with his wife Gail and their two daughters, Ayla, a student at Boston College, and Arianna, a student at Syracuse University.”

From Smart Girl Politics:
Call from home - Get Scott Brown(R) elected to the US Senate Jan 19th

Posted by Patty Parrett on December 29, 2009 at 5:04pm in Smart Girl Politics

Please join the phone bank and also pass this information on to all of your contacts.

The Massachusetts special election is Jan 19th. Make PHONE CALLS FOR FREEDOM. Help get Scott Brown (R) elected to the U.S. Senate.

This election is so important to give the Republican Senate 41 votes and take away the Democrat's filibuster proof majority. Give the Republicans the power to block a cloture vote. We can send a clear message to Washington that we mean what we say and we CAN affect election outcomes in 2010. And Scott's vote could block the healthcare bill if the Republicans are successful in dragging out the vote to Jan 20th.

Volunteers across the country who are interested in making calls from home to citizens of Massachusetts on Scott Brown's behalf, please contact Field Director Brad Hansen at: or call 509-595-4683

Brad will set you up with a username and password. You will receive an email with your unique user name and password, as well as a link to the website where you will log in. Once you are logged in, watch the tutorial on how to use the system and then you can start making calls.

Or you can go to

and they will send you a user ID and Password.

Massachusetts has not elected a Republican to the Senate in forty years. Let's change that with the Vote Heard Round the World!

We did it in NJ and Virginia – now let’s do it in Massachusetts!

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