In the words of Charles Krauthammer – and I paraphrase – Brown is the man who made a national campaign out of this MA senatorial race by telling everyone that he was the one who could stop the health care machine in Washington.
John Galt- the man with the secret to stop the world’s machine.
It’s very laudable what TheOne is doing to honor MLK day. He’s hosting African-American seniors and their children and grandchildren at the WH for a “conversation” on something race related and serving a meal with his children at a homeless shelter. He will also be speaking (like what else is new) at a King celebration tonight. These are very honorable things to do.
I’m just wondering… what did he do on the National Day of Prayer? Christians (and specifically white Christians) are apparently not a voting bloc that he needs to curry favor with. Or a segment of society that he needs to worry about offending.
He honored that day in the WH, according to his Spokesdummy, Robert Gibbs, privately.
“To the extent that she [Coakley] wasn’t doing as well as she expected, it was because the issues weren’t a factor in the race,” said Mr. Frank “It was a personality contest. Mr. Brown is not running as a kind of people committed conservative that he is and that he has the right to be.
This is why this woman should never hold a seat, even on the PTA. She kept an innocent man in prison for almost 2 decades. What a total travesty. This woman, who started her campaign organization 2 weeks before Ted Kennedy was even dead, is now planning to sit in the United States Senate.
Be sure to listen to the audios and read the links. How this can even be a question in the minds of the Massachusetts voters is beyond me.
“One thing the Democrats have done wrong? We haven’t kept the focus on this disaster on the Republicans who brought it upon us. We’ve tried too hard to do that right thing, and that’s to fix it, as opposed to spend more of our time and energy pointing the finger at who got us [here] in the first place.” Rep Patrick Kennedy (D-RI) after the president’s stump speech for “Marcia” Coakley.