Scott Brown – the 41st Vote?
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The legislative agenda is staggering. Already we’ve seen the abject lack of transparency coupled with the outright bribes involved in trying to pass a Healthcare reform bill that is unpopular, and only continues to become more so as Americans learn what is proposed. That alone would be sufficient cause to elect a 41st vote that could slow down this out of touch Congress, but wait…there’s more.
Coming down the pipeline are more Bills with thousands of pages of words no one in Congress has even read. The House has already passed a Cap and Trade Bill that would cripple our economy if the Senate were to approve it. Add to that the coming push for some sort of amnesty of illegal aliens, proposed financial regulatory changes, possible limits on free speech, the management of the war on terror, trials for terrorists in the United States, and a myriad of other items yet to be put forth, and it becomes clear that slowing this agenda is of paramount importance to freedom loving Americans.
By November, the damage done may well be irreversible. The Senatorial election in Massachusetts is not only a bellwether for the changing political landscape; it is the last chance to slow the damage this Administration can do with its radical agenda until the November mid-term elections.
Some Resources on the Massachusetts Special Election
Scott Brown online:
The official website of Scott Brown.
Scott Brown on twitter.
Scott Brown on Facebook.
Some relevant articles about the election:
Martha Coakley: Too Immoral for Teddy Kennedy’s Seat by Ann Coulter
Martha Coakley’s Marie Antoinette/Jon Corzine moment by Michelle Malkin
Coakley Buys her Union Support from the Minority Report
Martha Coakley, K Street’s choice for senator from The Washington Examiner
Union plans major ad buy for Coakley from Boston.com
NRO article about OFA importing help from NH
Mitt Romney, Tim Pawlenty get behind Scott Brown from Politico.com
7 Reasons to NOT vote for Democrat Martha Coakley from The Patriot Room