A Scott Brown Nation

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    The Scott Brown election could well prove the pivotol political moment of 2010, setting up what appears to be a decisive repudiation of all things liberal in the upcoming November elections.

    A social moderate, and fiscal conservative, Scott Brown won a decisive election in a state that had not voted for a Republican Senator for nearly 40 years. His campaign withstood the predictable attacks of the liberal media, as well as the full on assault of the entire Democrat Party Machine, with no less a personal visit by Democrat President Obama himself just days prior to the election.

    Brown displayed repeated political mastery, comprised of a campaign with just a few basic and oft-repeated political points - scrapping Obamacare, lowering the tax burden on Americans, and getting tougher on national defense. The Brown campaign was a clear link to the incredibly successful Reagan campaigns of the 1980s, and with such success coming wtihin the heart of liberal Massachusetts, is a clear bellwether that America, while dabbling briefly with the far leftism of the current Democrat Party, is now recoiling from that foolish affair, and returning forcefully to its long held right-of-center ways.

    Just as President Obama has seen his support among the all-important Independent voters evaporate, Scott Brown saw that same voting group throw their support behind him by nearly 2 to 1 over his Democrat Party opponent. Scott Brown maintained a steadfast optimism that even liberal Massachusetts could not resist, and when Brown repeated his distrust of Big Goverment spending, namely Obama's needless and intrusive health care reform, those same traditionaly liberal voters were shaking their heads with Brown in agreement. Washington DC has become far too wasteful, far too arrogant, far too comfortable with waging open war on American families, traditions, and values.

    2010 will prove yet another political reset button for America - a true transformative political year that will see progressive liberalism once again beaten back, and traditional Americanism taking hold among the majority who have quickly tired of the empty rhetoric, and dangerous policy attempts that mark the Obama White House and Democrat Congress.
     
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    You do realize that Scott Brown voted for RomneyCare and environmental laws, right?
     
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    Uh Huh....

    And is opposed to Obamacare, Cap n Trade, supports the death penalty and lower taxes.

    Among other things.

    In essence, he represents much of righ-of-center America - and as such, is representative of the majority of Americans...
     
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    We shall see.

    I bet by the time my summer vacation starts (end of April) he will be a RINO.
     
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    put down the koolaid, zippy.
     
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    The rightwingers are realizing that I was right when I told them the GOP has to move to the left.

    Go pro-choice, for starters, and you'll put the Democrats in a world of hurt.
     
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    Scott Brown does represent the more social moderate fiscal conservative that will appeal to the the greatest number of Americans - and could prove very tough for the progressive liberals to campaign against.

    For months now 2010 has been looking good for the refurbished Republican Party, but now 2012 is also looking like a legitimate opportunity.

    Watch for Romney to emerge as the front-runner for the Republicans in 2012 - Brown's campaign had many former Romney staff - and the share many political similarities. What Romney has lacked is the easy going sunny optimism that came so easily to Scott Brown - if Romney has been able to work on that, he will prove a far stronger candidate than he was prior...
     

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