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Media Outlets Have Totally Different Views On Significance Of Brown Victory

Scott Brown Wins!

Scott Brown Wins!

It is hard to say exactly what disease has infected liberals’ minds.


Let me repeat that:


The significance of that statement ranks right up there with The Sun Has Gone OUT.

It is CLEARLY a most resounding repudiation of President Obama, Harry Reid and Nancy Pelosi. And the “progressive” Socialist agenda. Only a completely deranged mind could see it any other way.

The view from across the pond in London from the Times:

Obama Hamstrung as Democrats lose Kennedy Seat.

From the UK Telegraph:

Crisis for Obama as Democrats lose senate seat

And from Conservative leaning outlets in the US, more of the same:

Newsmax Headline: Obama Suffers Devastating Loss in Massachusetts Senate Upset

FoxNews Headline: Boston Tea Party – GOP Victory a Blow To Obama

You get the picture. The entire world is able to see the blow to Democrats as voter backlash engulfed the Democrats. Taken alone, this is a historically significant victory for Republicans and a resounding defeat for Democrats. Combines with losses in Virginia and New Jersey in November, this signals the demise of the Democratic Party as a dominant force in US Politics and is a notice of things to come in November 2010.

But do the Democrats see that? Obviously not.

MSNBC Headline: The Message Democrats Should Hear From Massachusetts: Govern Effectively. Passing Health care reform won’t hurt them, but losing their courage will.

And the White House is clearly in denial. According to CNN:

A top adviser to President Obama rejected assertions that Tuesday’s vote was a referendum on the president or Democratic policies and instead took a shot at Coakley: “Campaigns and candidates matter.”

Fortunately, some of the Democrats get it. Virginia Senator Jim Webb is able to see the tea leaves and realizes that if the voter anger is enough to rip the Ted Kennedy seat from Democrat’s hands, his tenure in the US Senate is tenuous at best. Webb wrote:

“It is vital that we restore the respect of the American people in our system of government and in our leaders. To that end, I believe it would only be fair and prudent that we suspend further votes on health care legislation until Senator-elect Brown is seated.”

Hardly a mea culpa, at least Webb recognizes the anger. Unfortunately for Webb, his arrogant votes and failure to listen to the angry voters in Virginia has already sealed his fate with these voters.

Yesterday was no “shot across the bow” of the Democrats. It was a “Bunker Buster” delivered well behind enemy lines with point blank accuracy. While the clueless “progressive” Socialist leaders in the House and Senate, as well as Obama, still do not get it, vulnerable Democrats in both houses now have no doubt they are watching these leaders take the Democratic Party right off the cliff.

Look for others to come out and face reality.

But for most, including Webb, it is too late. Their retirement is at hand.

“Gas up the truck. Gas up the truck.”

About Tom White

Tom is a US Navy Veteran, owns an Insurance Agency and is currently an IT Manager for a Virginia Distributor. He has been published in American Thinker, currently writes for the Richmond Examiner as well as Virginia Right! Blog. Tom lives in Hanover County, Va and is involved in politics at every level and is a Recovering Republican who has finally had enough of the War on Conservatives in progress with the Leadership of the GOP on a National Level.

3 Responses to “Media Outlets Have Totally Different Views On Significance Of Brown Victory”

  1. Billy White says:

    As a lifelong democrat until the Bill Clintin fiasco with Monica that has resulted in the moral disaster in the American youth, Kudos to the Republicans.
    Bah Humbug to Obamah's health care plan.

    Belen NM

  2. Tom White says:

    I believe the Health Reform bill as it exists is DOA. Now perhaps the people we elected to work for us will scrap this monster and do the job the right way.

  3. Bigvinu says:

    Well, Scott Brown isn't exactly a far-right politician. He's a Republican tailored for Massachusetts. I think the problem has been that Republicans ran on a strict Conservative platform that works in the South and Midwest, but didn't allow for candidates to be region tailored. Yes Scott Brown agrees with the Republican caucus on the majority of issues (which is how it should be), but he IS a Republican for Massachusetts. He is pro-choice. He got an unusual 82% from the Massachusetts League of Environmental Voters (whereas most Republicans fared much worse). On a whole host of other issues, he would be to the left of National Republicans. But I think the main point from last night is that being different is Okay. The Republican party once again emerged last night as a national powerhouse. As long as you unite in an overarching message of more efficient government with a balanced budget, you can be part of the big ten party is the new message.


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Tom White Says:

Nothing is more conservative than a republican wanting to get their majority back. And nothing is more liberal than a republican WITH a majority.

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