Wednesday, January 20, 2010

The Scott Heard Around the World

How fitting is it that the first shot in the brewing rebellion happened in Massachusetts. The home of the original Tea Party, and the home of the shot heard around the world. Just like in 1775, when the Tea Party and other protest were ignored, and arrogantly belittled it was determined that action was required, and so action was taken. Last nights action was the election of Scott Brown, and it is the first action of many to come.

Last night was Lexington and Concord. No one ever dreamed the British column marching to confiscate suspected weapons stashes would be attacked. Just like no one ever expected that Democrat could be defeated in a contest for what they thought was the Kennedy seat. November 2010 will be Bunker Hill, and November 2012 will be the crossing of the Delaware and the Battle of Trenton.

Back in December Patrick Kennedy whined about those nasty Tea Party People who were carrying signs about burying 'health care reform with Kennedy'.

All Patches has to fear, is fear itself!

Well, guess what happened last night!

And speaking of taking seats away from Camelot and retiring the myth forever? Patches is up for re-election. After last night I know believe what I did not believe three weeks ago. Three weeks ago I did not think the Kennedy machine could be defeated. I now believe that John Laughlin, State Senator in Rhode Island has a chance to defeat the incumbent Kennedy.

Help out and make it happen! My contacts in Rhode Island tell me there is excitement, motivation and hope that the Massachusetts miracle can happen in Rhode Island!

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