Take the Power Back

From the Boston Herald:

Upstart Republican Scott Brown rocketed to victory in the race to the U.S. Senate yesterday, steamrolling Attorney General Martha Coakley’s layabout campaign in an against-all-odds triumph that sent shock waves from the Heartland to the White House.

“I thought it was going to be me against the machine. I was wrong. It’s all of us against the machine,” Brown told rollicking supporters at the Boston Park Plaza Hotel. “You have shown everyone now that you are the machine.”

Demoralized Democrats were left grappling with the notion of a once-obscure GOP insurgent snatching the late Sen. Edward M. Kennedy’s seat in the so-called bluest state, only to possibly seal the demise of the late senator’s health-care dream – and single-handedly knock President Obama’s agenda off course.

The machine is weak. It is being seperated from its friends. It is detached from reality.

Obama’s attempt to build a Socialist Political Machine can be defeated.

And now, a happy tune, for this happy day:

Another Victory

Obama has pre-emptively fired Erroll Southers, his choice to head the TSA. By proposing to put a union organizer in charge of the TSA, Obama was indicating his preference for union politics over keeping Americans safe.  (I am not exagerating, politicians have to expect a few Americans to die, here and there, but union politics is a systemic influence on American politics). Good show!

Now declare ObamaCare dead, withdraw your nomination of Ben Bernanke, fire Tim Geithner, instruct the Attorney General to investigate the Oligarchs, and unleash Arnie Duncan.