The Significance Of Scott Brown’s Candidacy
Supporting Scott Brown for Senate should be a no brainer for Right-side bloggers. It's literally a can't lose situation, even if Brown doesn't.
Michelle Malkin highlights Scott Brown's race for the US Senate today, calling upon her readers to support him. While it won't be an easy race to win, anything's possible in a special election, and the implications go far beyond just winning.
Last month, I noted how Massachusetts Senate GOP candidate Scott Brown called out rival Democrat candidate Martha Coakley’s SEIU thug pals. The Purple Shirts continue to “pull out all the stops” to install Coakley in Teddy Kennedy’s seat. The special election will be held January 19.
True, winning would strike a concrete blow against ObamaCare, but even the implications of a much closer race than anticipated would resonate nationally. A much tougher than projected win for Democrats in Massachusetts would lead to expectations of losses for them in competitive races across the nation in the Fall.
On top of that, it's genuinely a ground up operation fueling interest in Brown's candidacy. As I previously posted, Sissy Willis, among others, were some of the first to start pushing for Brown within the sphere.
That's important as something of an exercise in the type of on line activism Right-side blogs will want to be good at in the Fall to turn back the Obamanation we're fighting against in Washington right now. Learn about and support Scott Brown for Senate because it's win win for us, if nothing else.