Here's a recap of the predicted-here victory in Massachusetts.
Scott Brown won by 5 points — I had predicted 4 — but it was a huge rejection of Obama, Reid and Pelosi, and nationalized healthcare.
Scott Brown and his supporters were warning us that the wrong kind of change was being shoved down our throats.
This victory will radically affect D.C.: Obamacare is not going to happen. And other left-wing proposals are going on the back burner.
One year to the day of President Obama’s inauguration, the Obama Revolution is finished.
Obama is seen now as a combo of LBJ — with all the dirty back-room deals, bribes, and exemptions to pass his healthcare bill after promising to “change the way D.C. does business” — and Jimmy Carter for his incompetence and naiveté.
Yes, the Democrat Establishment will try to blame Martha Coakley for running a pathetic campaign, which she did. But this race was bigger than that: a total rejection of Obama’s leftward lurch.
Obama/Reid/Pelosi will now fight to keep what they have: Reid may lose his seat in November; Pelosi will now hit the campaign trail to try to keep the Democratic majority; and President Obama will continue to flounder around with his political tin ear.
There is palpable anger out there. The GOP is not necessarily the vehicle to respond to it. The local tea parties, not an organized, national Tea Party, may be where the action is for a while.
The Republicans need to shed the losers who brought us to this point: McCain, the Bushes, Steele, and the other who milk the party for their own greed.
This ongoing New American Revolution has just begun. It is a revolution against the Establishment of both parties
All incumbents of both parties better watch out.
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