Watching Scott Brown's acceptance speech seemed more like a gauntlet being thrown down. First, he said this was a seat, NOT for Republicans and NOT for Democrats, but for all the people. During his campaign he NEVER used the word Republican. The word "Republican" never appeared on any of his TV ads or in any print ads or signs. He constantly tried to make a connection to "Jack Kennedy" of all people. Check it out: [ame=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IoWDKdGphw4]YouTube - Elect Scott Brown, Defeat Martha Coakley! (Massachusetts Special Election Ad by GOP Trust)[/ame] Martha Coakley on the other hand. At the beginning of the contest, she was asked if she was going door to door and she publicly answered, "I'm not going to go out and shake hands with a bunch of stangers". That one line probably cost her the election more than anything else. So, what does this victory mean to Republians? The winner distanced himself from them as far as possible and attempted to establish a connection with a Democratic Icon. That make it seem like a trick or a shell game. It will be interesting to see the public response to his Senate performance. The other was him saying, "More jobs". Why would Republicans campaign on "more jobs"? They say it's NOT the governments job to make jobs and they want to move the ones we have overseas. Considering that Scott Brown suggested Obama's parents were never married, he seems more like a "teabagger". So the election may have been cut and dried, but the outcome will be confusing for some time. One wonders. If Michael Jordon ran for the senate, would he win?