Scott Brown has captured the “Kennedy seat” in Massachusetts

In one of the most shocking turnabouts in modern political history, GOP underdog Scott Brown has single-handedly captured the so-called “Kennedy seat” in Massachusetts, wiped out the Democratic supermajority in Congress, and pushed the president’s Obamacare agenda to the very brink of a stunning defeat. SOURCE

Sen. Webb: Suspend All Healthcare Votes

Sen. Webb Released a statement late Tuesday evening acknowledging that the only way for Congress to begin to regain its credibility with the American people is to suspend all consideration of healthcare until Sen.-elect Scott Brown of Massachusetts can be seated.

Earlier, Democrats had openly discussed delaying its certification of Brown’s election, to give the Obama administration time to strong-arm a healthcare compromise through the Senate.

Webb’s statement, and the scope of Brown’s win over Democrat Martha Coakley, would appear to make it highly unlikely that such foot-dragging would be tolerated even by Senate Democrats. SOURCE

Mass. Loss Costs Obama Votes to Propel Healthcare

A stinging loss Tuesday in Massachusetts has cost President Barack Obama and the Democrats the 60-vote Senate majority they’ve relied on to push a historic healthcare overhaul to the verge of enactment.

Now what? It’s miles of bad road in any direction.

Obama and party leaders anxiously worked through fallback options —none good SOURCE

Good news for the American people to wake up to!

Brown Gives Rousing Victory Speech

Chants of “Go Scott Go!” reverberated at Scott Brown headquarters Tuesday night as the newest Republican elected to the U.S. Senate gave a rousing acceptance speech.

“I bet they can hear this cheering all the way in Washington, D.C.!” Brown said, following his victory over Democrat Martha Coakley. “I hope they’re paying close attention, because tonight the independent voice of Massachusetts has spoken.” SOURCE

When will the democrats and Obama start listening to the people? 4 elections now and 4 republican wins should be a strong message to Obama to stop the non-sense or his turn will come in 2012 to pack his bags and move out of the White House! Looks as if he will throw a bunch of democrats under the bus and packing for home in Nov, 2010!


(1) Brown Pounds Coakley

(2) On Scott Brown’s Win… Are They Listening Now? New Strategy for Democrats: “Jump Ship, Obama Can’t Help You”

(3) Democrats Are Starting To Run Away From Obama-Care

(4) Meltdown

(5) Jan 20: Breaking News : Obama says Seat Senator Brown before Health Care Vote

(6) Obama sued for secret meetings on Health Care Legislation

Harry Reid remark Not His First One

Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid remark about Barack Obama isn’t his first gaffe, in the past he has called President G.W. Bush a liar and Alan Greenspan a hack! His latest remark saying “Obama as a “light skinned’ African American with no Negro dialect unless he wanted to have one.” This could be Reid’s fall from power in the senate and his loss in this election. We all know that if it had been a Republican making such a racist remark that the Democrats would have been all over it calling on the person to step down.

From what I get out of Reid’s remark is he’s saying that African American has a NEGRO dialect! What the blacks need to ask Reid is where did he come up with its OK to call them Negro, I thought that was a no no for years as it should be!  Maybe I’m thinking out of the box and its ok to call an African American a negro as long as you’re a democrat! Am I wrong?


(1)  Senator Reid Got Absolution-Right or Wrong

(2)  Harry Reid’s Political Suicide

(3)  Harry Reid’s Blunder

(4)  What, Harry Reid Channels Rodney King?

(5)  The Racism of the Black Community –

(6)  Reid Silenced By Trap And Raid

Health Care Bill Is Killing Democrats Off

The two top Republican hopefuls for the U.S. Senate in Kentucky have put a little more distance between themselves and their chief Democratic contenders
Both Republicans are benefiting from unhappiness in Kentucky with the national health care plan now working its way through Congress.
Just 34% of Kentucky voters favor the health care plan, while 62% oppose it. SOURCE

The democrats are in for a tough time come election day if they keep pushing Obama’s health care.