Tuesday, January 19, 2010

Hey Massachusetts, Do The Right Thing!

My Fellow Americans,

Less than twelve hours from now, we will know the outcome of the Massachusetts Senate seat vote.  We will know if Obama's legislation will become an inevitability -- or be added to the already long list of failed campaign promises.  We will know if groups like ACORN stole the election from Scott Brown (photo: Google) -- another strong possibility -- since the Democrats tend not to play fair. 

Less than twelve hours from now -- we will know the direction in which this country is headed.

For the next few hours, we wait.  For the next few hours, we sit glued to our televisions and constantly refresh our news websites.  For the next few hours, we think to ourselves: "Will our fellow Americans in Massachusetts," as Robert Frost once wrote in the poem "The Road Not Taken, "take the road less traveled by?"

Provided those that believe in Tea Party principles show up and ACORN runs out of graveyard votes, we should see the late Ted Kennedy's seat -- or should I say the People's seat -- go to a Republican for the first time since 1972.

On yet another election day, I want to share yet another quote with you.  This one comes from the American economist, social commentator, and author Thomas Sowell (source: Wikipedia):

"If you have been voting for politicians who promise to give you goodies at someone else's expense, then you have no right to complain when they take your money and give it to someone else, including themselves."

This is one the voters in Massachusetts need to hear -- because it will matter in the weeks to come. 

Brown has said he will be the 41st vote opposing Obama's health care plan.  Brown will save taxpayers money by voting against the massive health care overhaul.  That is why he has been so heavily favored over the last few weeks.

Martha Coakley, on the other hand, will vote right in line with her fellow Democrats -- and health care will basically be a done deal.

We know all this.  I don't need to tell you what is on the line here.

The message I wanted to convey with Sowell's quote was this: we get what we vote for.  We have learned a tough lesson with President Barack Obama -- especially those who voted for him in Nov. 2008.  He was not what they thought they were getting when they voted for him.  I guess you could call it a case of "Voter's Remorse."

Massachusetts, don't make the same mistake.  You have an opportunity here to help make right a terrible wrong -- and vote for Scott Brown.  The health care legislation will "fundamentally transform the United States of America" -- just as the President wants to do.

If you do go with Coakley, though, don't complain if she helps go after your wallet.  Don't complain when -- not if -- she "take[s] your money and give[s] it to someone else."  Don't complain when she helps move this country toward socialism.

Massachusetts, don't vote for somebody who doesn't even know who Curt Schilling is -- vote Scott Brown!

Conservative Victory 2010!

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