I would say I am surprised, but I am not.
The panic on the left concerning Tuesday’s special Senatorial election is getting palpable, for on Friday, MSNBC’s Ed Schultz said on his radio program that he would try to vote ten times if he lived in Massachusetts.
"Yeah, that’s right, I’d cheat to keep these bastards out," he told his audience.
ED SCHULTZ, HOST: I tell you what, if I lived in Massachusetts, I’d try to vote ten times. I don’t know if they’d let me or not, but I’d try to. Yeah, that’s right, I’d cheat to keep these bastards out. I would. ‘Cause that’s exactly what they are.
Interesting that this occurred the same day MSNBC’s Chris Matthews said he was concerned there weren’t any left-leaning votes for Democrats to buy in Massachusetts Tuesday.
After SEIU union members were paid money to hold signs for Coakley, we see where the actual PEOPLE stand. I think this picture sums it all up:
Most of the US do not want ObamaCare. Dems don’t give a crap. Most people are against the Dems right now. Dems don’t care. They look to lose the votes to pass a filibuster by the Republicans because the voters are dumping a Dem. Dems don’t care.
They plan on using a rule, put in place for purely budgetary issues to ram their socialist takeover down are throats.
The people have spoken. Dems just don’t think you should have that right.
Democrats tonight announced that they will likely ram Obamacare through the US Senate using the reconciliation process. This would allow democrats to nationalize one-sixth of the US economy wiith only 51 Senate Democrats voting for the bill.
Even if Democrats lose the special election to pick a new Massachusetts senator Tuesday, Congress may still pass health-care overhaul through a process called reconciliation, a top House Democrat said.
That procedure requires 51 votes rather than the 60 needed to prevent Republicans from blocking votes on President Barack Obama’s top legislative priorities. That supermajority is at risk as the Massachusetts race has tightened.
“Even before Massachusetts and that race was on the radar screen, we prepared for the process of using reconciliation,” Chris Van Hollen of Maryland, chairman of the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee, said.
“Getting health-care reform passed is important,” Van Hollen said in an interview on Bloomberg Television’s “Political Capital with Al Hunt,” airing this weekend. “Reconciliation is an option.”
Gateway Pundit – Ouch. Coakley’s Husband’s Old Work Buddies Endorse Scott Brown- Slam Martha Coakley
OUCH is right. This is a major slam.
Today Tom’s old work buddies the Cambridge Police Patrol Officers Association slammed Martha Coakley for assuming they supporter her and endorsed Scott Brown for United States Senator.
Legal Insurrection reported the news.
The 212 member Cambridge Police Patrol Officers Association voted to endorse State Senator Scott Brown for United States Senator in next Tuesday’s election against Attorney General Martha Coakley. CPSOA’s President released the following letter today:
Members of our Association have inquired and requested that we endorse Scott Brown in the upcoming election against Martha Coakley. Ms. Coakley along with some of her campaign workers have talked publicly about how her husband is a retired Cambridge Police Officer, giving appearances that she is being endorsed by the Cambridge Police. This may be an innocent insinuation but most do take this as our giving her our support and endorsement. Yesterday, the CPPOA Executive Board voted to endorse State Senator Scott Brown in the upcoming election for US Senate. In an 11 to 2 vote, the Executive Board voted overwhelmingly in favor of the endorsement. We do not endorse anyone who advocates changes in the health care that take away any bargaining rights or increases our cost along with our contributions. Senator Brown does not support the Comprehensive Healthcare Reform Bill and promises to be the 41st vote to ensure its defeat.
If ObamaCare Is SO Popular, Why Is Everyone Who Voted For It Running Like Hell? Rep. Vic Snyder(D-AR) Latest To “Retire”
Rep. Vic Snyder is “retiring” instead of facing the Republican who is 17 points up.
Rep. Vic Snyder, an Arkansas Democrat, has decided to retire from Congress. Snyder’s chances of re-election in 2010 were minimal in a state as conservative as Arkansas. One poll showed him 17 percentage points behind Tim Griffin, his likely Republican challenger.
Michelle Malkin » Martha Antoinette Coakley blunders again: Calls Red Sox great Curt Schilling “Yankees fan”
How stupid and out of touch is this lady? She insults Brown for demeaning himself by meeting the voters and shaking their hands. She insults Catholic nuns. She rails on Brown as someone funded by big money, while she is standing outside of a fundraiser hosted by big pharmaceutical and health care insurance companies. She refuses to answer a question and her goon knocks down the reporter who asked it. And now this…
Lots of readers e-mailing tonight about Martha Antoinette Coakley’s latest gaffetastically gaffetastic blunder. In attacking New Yorker Rudy Giuliani’s campaigning for GOP challenger Scott Brown, Coakley tries to lump Boston Red Sox great Curt Schilling (who blogged about Coakley’s loser campaign the other day) as a Yankees fan, too.
You’ll get a chuckle out of the interviewer WBZ host/veteran Boston journalist Dan Rea’s disbelief — and Coakley’s lame attempt to take back the clueless insult. Crikey, can you imagine if Sarah Palin had said this?!: