Tag Archives: January 19

Scott Brown wins senate race, MA senate seat, Brown defeats Martha Coakley, January 19, 2010, Brown Campaign Could Provide Blueprint for Future GOP Success

Republican Scott Brown has defeated Democrat Martha Coakley to win the MA senate seat held for many years by Ted Kennedy. With 87% of the vote in, Brown leads Coakley 52 to 47%. Even before the election results, it was clear that Scott Brown was doing many things right in his campaign.

From Fox News, January 19, 2010.

“Brown Campaign Could Provide Blueprint for Future GOP Success”

“For GOP candidate Scott Brown to surge in Massachusetts, a state that hasn’t sent a Republican to the Senate since 1972 and is represented entirely by Democrats in Congress, he must have done something right.

And the Republican Party should be taking notes, analysts say, to try to replicate his strategy in races across the country in a year when GOP candidates are thought to be starting out with the upper hand.

Win or lose, the Massachusetts state senator proved that a Republican can be competitive in the bluest of states or districts.

“Every Republican long shot in America — for House seats, Senate seats, gubernatorial contests, is going to shout in unison – Remember Scott Brown,” said Larry Sabato, director of the University of Virginia Center for Politics.”

“But Brown practiced a certain practical conservatism in his campaign which appealed to voters, not unlike Chris Christie in the race for New Jersey governor and Bob McDonnell in the race for Virginia governor.

By concentrating on fiscal issues and focusing his criticism on the national Obama administration agenda, Republicans said, Brown brought himself to the verge of an upset.

“The lesson I take away from Massachusetts, win or lose, and New Jersey and Virginia prior to that, is there is no penalty to be paid for opposing the Obama agenda,” said GOPAC Chairman Frank Donatelli. “All three of these elections were nationalized.”

He said GOP candidates have to stand for something and they can’t just present themselves as the anti-Obama candidate. But he said Brown achieved this balance — noting that Brown, an Army reservist and seasoned state legislator, hardly came out of nowhere.”

“He said Brown did well by not presenting himself as a Washington Republican. Driving around the state in his pickup truck, Brown referred to himself as a “Scott Brown Republican” in what appeared to be an appeal to independents. Instead of dragging out the party brass to support him, Brown enlisted figures like former Red Sox pitcher Curt Schilling and actor John Ratzenberger.

“People don’t want lockstep,” Feehery said. “They want independent thought and somebody who’s going to be an independent check on Obama.””

Read more:

http://www.foxnews.com/politics/2010/01/19/brown-campaign-provide-blueprint-future-gop-success/

Scott Brown wins MA senate seat, January 19, 2010, Republican Brown defeats Democrat Martha Coakley, Defeat for Obama, Health care bill

Based on our analysis of the numbers and the pattern in which they were reported, the Citizen Wells blog announces.

Republican Scott Brown has defeated Democrat Martha Coakley to win the MA senate seat held by Ted Kennedy.

The Democrat Health Care Bill and Democrat controlled House and Senate are now in jeopardy.

MA senate race voter fraud, January 19, 2010, Voter Fraud Reports In Cambridge, Brighton, Secretary of State William Galvin, Voters received ballots that were already filled out

From WBZ TV Boston, January 19, 2010.

“Galvin: Voter Fraud Reports In Cambridge, Brighton”

“Secretary of State William Galvin is looking into two separate reports of fraud at the polls.

Two voters, one in Cambridge and one in Brighton, reported receiving ballots that were already filled out.”

Read more:

http://wbztv.com/politics/voter.fraud.senate.2.1435603.html

We will be monitoring reports of voter fraud today and for days to come.

We must remain vigilant.

Brown v Coakley, Voter fraud feared in Massachusetts, January 19, 2010, MSNBC Ed Shultz, Vote 10 times to keep those bastards from winning, Karl Marx, Accuse others of what you do

From The Examiner, January 19, 2010.

“Brown v. Coakley: Voter fraud feared in Massachusetts”

“”If you want to know what the Democrats are up to, just listen to what they accuse the Republicans of doing.” – Ann Coulter

“Accuse others of what you do.” – Karl Marx.
 
With the shock of a Republican leading a Democrat in the polls, some political observers believe the Massachusetts Senate race is ripe for fraud and abuse by an embattled Democrat Party.
 
In fact, some election watchdog groups have gone as far as issuing issued a warning that Tuesday’s Massachusetts special election to elect a successor to the late Senator Edward Kennedy is open to manipulation and voter fraud.
 
“It doesn’t help when a guy like Ed Shultz [an MSNBC host] angrily tells his viewers that if he lived in Massachusetts he’d vote 10 times to keep those bastards [Republicans] from winning,” said political strategist Mike Baker.
 
“These leftists believe they are righteous in their quest to win by any means necessary and that the law doesn’t apply to them,” adds Baker.
 
Some observers point to allegations that during the presidential election in November 2008, the New Black Panthers perpetrated voter intimidation with impunity and the Democrat-run U.S. Justice Department failed to investigate those allegations.
The latest polls show that Republican Scott Brown is leading Democrat Martha Coakley by as much as 51% to 46%, with Brown’s lead widening after President Barack Obama visited Massachusetts on Sunday to stump for the gaff-ridden Coakley campaign.

Watchdog groups are warning officials in Massachusetts — the bluest of the so-called Blue States — that they must increase security precautions for the Senate race.”

Read more:

http://www.examiner.com/x-2684-Law-Enforcement-Examiner~y2010m1d19-Brown-v-Coakley-Voter-fraud-feared-in-Massachusetts

MA senate race, January 19, 2010, Voter turnout high?, Massachsuetts Secretary of State William Galvin, 40 percent of voters, Poll watchers, Voting abuses, WBZ Boston, Be Our Eyes & Ears

From WBZ Boston, January 19, 2010.

“Voter Turnout May Be High For Brown-Coakley Race”

“Voter turnout is expected to be high Tuesday for the special election to fill the state’s vacant U.S. Senate seat.

A win by Republican Scott Brown over one-time front-runner Martha Coakley would eliminate Democrats’ 60-seat supermajority in the Senate and likely kill President Obama’s overhaul of health care.

The last time Massachusetts elected a Republican to the U.S. Senate was 1972.

Democrats outnumber Republicans in the Commonwealth, 3-1.

If Coakley wins, she would be the first woman elected to the Senate from Massachusetts.”

“TURNOUT EXPECTED TO BE HIGH

Massachsuetts Secretary of State William Galvin told WBZ he expects about 40-percent of voters to turn out for the special election.

Galvin said about 800,000 came out for the primaries and he believes that should double to 1.6 million based on the intense interest in this campaign.

Weather could be a factor.”

Read more:

http://wbztv.com/local/scott.brown.martha.2.1434536.html

WBZ  TV Boston is asking those voting to provide feedback.

“Help be our eyes and ears at the polls. We’re not asking who you voted for… but we ARE interested in:

What was it like at your polling place? Were there lines, or not a soul in sight? How about campaign supporters? Lots of people with signs (for which candidates), or none at all?  What was the buzz of voters? Turned off by negative ads and robocalls?”

The responses can be viewed here:

http://cbslocalblogs.prospero.com/n/blogs/blog.aspx?nav=main&webtag=wbz_morning&entry=1143

William Ayers turned back at Canadian border, January 19, 2009, Toronto Star, Weather Underground, Professor of education, University of Illinois, Chicago, Border guards, Canadian border

William Ayers,  Professor of education,  University of Illinois, Chicago, former Weather Underground bomber and long time associate of Barack Obama, has been refused entry into Canada. This is a good start. Now we need to deport the illegal alien Obama.

” William Ayers turned back at Canadian border”

“Jan 19, 2009 11:22 AM


Staff Reporter

An American education professor, one of the founders of a radical 1960s group known as the Weather Underground, which was responsible for a number of bombings in the United States in the early 1970s, was turned back at the Canadian border last night.

Dr. William Ayers, a professor of education at the University of Illinois-Chicago and a leader in educational reform, was scheduled to speak at the Centre for Urban Schooling at University of Toronto’s Ontario Institute for Studies in Education. But that appearance has now been temporarily cancelled.

“I don’t know why I was turned back,” Ayers said in an interview this morning from Chicago. “I got off the plane like everyone else and I was asked to come over to the other side. The border guards reviewed some stuff and said I wasn’t going to be allowed into Canada. To me it seems quite bureaucratic and not at all interesting … If it were me I would have let me in. I couldn’t possibly be a threat to Canada.””

Read more here:

http://www.thestar.com/News/Canada/article/573462