Friday, January 15, 2010

Obama makes risky bet on Mass, race

Scott Brown begins to pull ahead of Martha Coakley in the race for the Senate seat in Massachusetts made available when Leftist Senator Edward Kennedy passed away after a struggle with brain cancer.

The possibility of a Republican Senator being elected in Massachusetts has struck political fear in the Dems. Brown would diminish the current and coveted 60 seat Dem majority that enables a cutoff of a Republican filibuster. The filibuster potential enables the GOP one more opportunity to throw a monkey wrench in the Democratic Party/Obama Administration agenda of national health insurance without GOP ideas in reform.

The Dem fear has caused President Barack Hussein Obama to make a campaign stop for Coakley in a huge political gamble his charisma still has some sway of voters. Let us hope Obama’s political Messiahship has darkened toward Massachusetts voters.


JRH 1/15/10

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