Coakley and the circular firing squad..

It started last night…the Dem’s taking pot shots at Coakley and each other for the massive failure in MA. last night.

The rightwing nutters are dancing in the street, with visions of a majority dancing in their heads.

At this point..would it make much of a difference who runs Congress? My thought is hell no..they are all dysfunctional and the majority of them are carpetbaggers.

Coakley still has a job to wake up to this morning. Hopefully she is better at that job then she was at campaigning for Senator of MA.

Scott Brown ran a great campaign and sadly, we can not take that away from him. Martha took a nice vacation during the middle of the campaign…she lost and deservedly so.

Below is Howard Dean waxing poetic about the major fuck-up in Mass. last night:

About Dusty, hells most vocal bitch

I am a..brown Cali bitch that is quite the opinionated,political, pain-in-the-ass, in your face kinda girl that also loves baseball and music to a fault. Two things are infinite: the universe and human stupidity; and I'm not sure about the universe.--Albert Einstein-*

Posted on January 20, 2010, in Martha Coakley, Scott Brown. Bookmark the permalink. 6 Comments.

  1. We may as well get used to it because it's the wave of the future you betcha.

  2. The Rethugs will run this Brown for President, as soon as possible. Mark my tin foil hat on this.

  3. If Americans really are stupid enough to return Republicans to power, then we deserve to die the slow, lingering death of peasanthood that we will recieve.

    On the other hand, were electronic voting machines involved in this vote, and how closely do exit poles jibe with the actual numbers.  This would be a perfect place for vote tampering, making their victory a “landslide” that “shows” “the changing mood of the country”.

    Last night some conservative fuckhead was on BBC, and he says that 60% of the country hates the health-care bill.  He failed to mention that only part of that number are against health care reform, and the rest dont think the bill goes far enough.  Hardly a recommendation for Republicans, but you'd never know that from the interview.

  4. So much was made of this election being a “national” election, that Scott Brown has got to be the top contender for 2012.  He's young, charismatic and has an intellect that Sarah Palin can only dream of.  With Brown as a potential figurehead, the GOP will be tough to beat.

  5. I posted on another blog. —Do not be surprised to see a B/B ticket. BROWN/JEB BUSH. The Bushies are not done yet, far from it.

  6. This is the fault of Obama and Senate Democrats who governed more like Goppers than Democrats.  When Democratic politicians govern like Republicans, many Democratic voters stay home.  Remember 1994?

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