Monday, January 18, 2010

It Looks Bad For The Democrats: Told You So

This is the new ad of Barack Hussein Obnoxious for Martha Quigley Coakley.

Meanwhile, reader Sean Fitzpatrick writes: “Pictures don’t do justice. Nothing like this in Mass since JFK. Worcester rally starts in thirty minutes and the streets are already packed.” Here’s a pic.
ANOTHER UPDATE: Meanwhile, reportedly, Coakley can’t fill a hall. “Martha Coakley and Barack Obama held a rally today in Boston. They couldn’t fill the hall. . . . It holds 3,000 and frankly only 2,000 to 2,500 showed up.”

This could be the beginning of the end for Obama and the liberal Democrat movement. If Obama can't fill a hall in Mass. then he is in bigger trouble then I thought. The Democrats built up Obama as the great dark hope for the Democrat Party and the liberal agenda. The left and moderates didn't look at the content of his characture but rather they just lisen to him speak well for a "negro". Mind you Brown is no right wing conservative but he's the best the conservatives have in Mass. and we will take that for now. People are waking up to the fact that the Democrats and their candidates are all talk and their actions and words aren't lining up to a better life for Americans. The Democrats have defined themselves as the anti-Republican party. And the people are seeing right through their political games. They see that it is the Democrats that want to grow government by taking power away from the people. The Republicans,conservatives, want to shrink government and give the power back to we the people. Who do you trust with the power? Government or we the people? The people of Mass. are making a statement in the changing of the tides and we need to open the eyes of the independent public to the power grab from the Democrats.

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Martin Luther King, Jr.
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