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Someone At The Boston Globe Didn’t Get The Memo

Oh, looky. An honest article about Elizabeth Warren’s dubious claims of Native American ancestry that appeared earlier today in the Boston Globe was magically transformed into one defending Warren and attacking Scott Brown without a word of notice to readers. Seems like standard operating procedure for the liberal media these days.

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A Hundred-Year Flood?

Apparently it’s not just cock-eyed optimists like me who think Dino Rossi has an excellent shot at defeating Patty Murry. The Seattle Times reports that President Obama will be in Seattle next week to rally the faithful for the Senate’s “Second-Largest-Recipient-Of-Lobbyist-Cash” in Tennis Shoes.

All the Washington (D.C., that is) glitterati are pitching in to campaign for Murray: Vice President Joe Biden (twice!), Michelle Obama, Bill Clinton and now, the President himself. It doesn’t take a rocket scientist to understand why – Patty Murray is a reliable vote for the far left, progressive agenda of President Obama, Harry Reid and Nancy Pelosi, voting with her party 96% of the time and scoring an ACU rating of zero for 2009 (lifetime rating, 2.74).

One wonders if anyone in the White House realizes that the President isn’t really all that popular anymore…even in Metro Seattle. Heh. We can hope his efforts will be as helpful for Murray as they were for Martha Coakley.

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The New Puritan Seal of Approval

This swimwear has received the New Puritan Seal of Approval for use by Republican women. If only Scott Brown had know before allowing this scandalous family photo to be snapped.

If anyone with mad Photoshop skillz can come up with a better seal, I’d be much obliged.

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Puritanical Hypocrites

The New Puritans at the Huffington Post are all offended because Gail Huff, wife of newly elected Senator Scott Brown (R-MA, baby!) appeared in a racy music video back in the ’80s.

This video hardly qualifies as racy, but when compared to what the HuffPo’s readers probably view on a regular basis – for instance, this not-safe-for-work gem from Paula Cole – it’s kiddie fare. In sort of the same way the Beatles started to look all cute ‘n’ cuddly to my parents when my sister started listening to Steppenwolf.

Breathless, the HuffPo goes on to tell us:

Of course, the Browns are no strangers to skin: Senator-elect Scott famously posed nude for Cosmopolitan in 1982, and more recently with his bikini-clad daughters.

Oh! The scandal! Scott Brown’s daughters…wear bikinis!  Honestly, you’d think it was kiddie porn the way they’re going on about it. All right…the photo may prove they have really bad taste in swim wear but it’s a family vacation photo, apparently in Hawaii. How many of you have something similar tucked away?

Personally, I don’t find any of this shocking. Not the video, the Cosmo spread or the bikini-clad daughters. But if this is the standard to which the left would like to be held, hey, I’m all for that.

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Massachusetts Democrats’ Hypocrisy Knows No Bounds

For a campaign flier so vile, I’m surprised anyone – even the Massachusetts Democrat Machine – thought it would be a good idea. You can see the flier and find some details here.

The hypocrisy of the flier is staggering. Massachusetts Democrats manage to get one thing right; there are some places that politics don’t belong…then they proceed to go there.

The issue?

…An unsuccessful legislative amendment in 2005 that Brown sponsored, which would have allowed hospital employees to deny rape victims an emergency contraceptive on religious grounds. The facility would have had to have someone else available to administer the contraceptive, or refer the victim to another facility at no additional cost. The amendment was attached to a bill that he ultimately voted for, which required emergency rooms to provide the contraceptives to rape victims.

Even while relaying the facts of the situation, the Boston Globe can’t resist framing it in the most negative way possible: “deny rape victims an emergency contraceptive.” I prefer to think of it as “balancing the rights of one individual with the rights of another.”

The flier comes with a double dose of hypocrisy, especially brazen under the circumstances.

When you contrast that with Martha Coakley’s lack of concern for a 23 month old rape victim during the same year,  you have a concrete example of which of the two cares less.  In October of that year, Keith Winfield of Melrose raped his 23 month old niece with a hot object, which police believed was a curling iron.  Martha, who was the Middlesex County DA at the time, oversaw the Grand Jury, which reviewed the evidence and took NO ACTION.  After a criminal complaint and intense pressure from the mother, charges were filed.  At which point, Martha’s office RECOMMENDED NO CASH BAIL, and that this diddler be released on PERSONAL RECOGNIZANCE for trial.

So the Democrats send out a flier implying that Scott Brown lacks even a basic level of empathy for rape victims, while their own candidate set free and ultimately declined to prosecute a man who raped a toddler with a hot curling iron. A man who was successfully prosecuted by her successor. Nice.

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Snohomish County Phone Bank for Scott Brown

Hosted by Robert Mori. From Robert’s e-mail:

After the late Massachusetts Senator Edward M. Kennedy passed away, there is now a heated race for his US Senate replacement.  Scott Brown (R) is running  neck and neck with the assumed replacement, Martha Coakley (D). Scott Brown can be the one vote to stop the current health care reform measures in the Senate as this will remove the filibuster proof status of the Democrats.

Here is Scott Brown’s position on Health care reform at his website:

Health Care

I believe that all Americans deserve health care coverage, but I am opposed to the health care legislation that is under consideration in Congress and will vote against it. It will raise taxes, increase government spending and lower the quality of care, especially for elders on Medicare. I support strengthening the existing private market system with policies that will drive down costs and make it easier for people to purchase affordable insurance. In Massachusetts, I support the 2006 healthcare law that was successful in expanding coverage, but I also recognize that the state must now turn its attention to controlling costs.

Check out the rest of his platform at http://www.brownforussenate.com/issues
I am opening up my home to set up a phone bank for at  this Saturday 8:30 am till 6pm. and Sunday 1-6 pm.  I have available 8 desks and 4 toll free lines to call Massachusetts.  Of course many of you have cell phones that can call toll free to Massachusetts all weekend long. Bring them along.
I  been in touch with the Brown campaign  and they have promised me 3000 numbers and a script to use for his campaign.  I will confirm receipt of this information with you before you come over.
I will also have the NFL playoffs in the background so you can keep up to date with the latest scores. Please spread the word about this as I don’t want to be making phone calls by myself!!

At Your Service,

Robert S. Mori, CPA
Benefits NW, Inc.   Tel. (425) 353-9763
7429 East Heather Way
Everett, WA           Greater Seattle Tel.
98203-5424           (206) 965-9609
Fax (425) 353-0899

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A New Hope

With Scott Brown in the role of Luke Skywalker and the Massachusetts Democrat Machine cast as the evil Empire.

If Scott Brown pulls off a win in Massachusetts, I’ll have real hope that Patty Murray and Jay Inslee can be defeated next November.

A couple of interesting points from the article.

Yet even in the bluest state, it appears Kennedy’s quest for universal health care has fallen out of favor, with 51 percent of voters saying they oppose the “national near-universal health-care package” and 61 percent saying they believe the government cannot afford to pay for it.

Apparently, 10 per cent of the people surveyed support the health care reform legislation even though they believe the government can’t afford to pay for it. Presumably, these are the same people who could benefit from this video.

Especially troubling for Democrats:

While Brown has 91 percent of registered Republicans locked up, an astonishing 17 percent of Democrats report they’re jumping ship for Brown as well – likely a product of Coakley’s laser-focus on hard-core Dems, potentially at the exclusion of other Democrats whom she needed to win over, Paleologos said.

If that 17 per cent figure is accurate – or even in the ball park – that’s a huge concern for almost every Democrat facing re-election. The National Review quoted Martha Coakley as saying, “If I don’t win, 2010 is going to be hell for Democrats. Every Democrat will have a competitive race.” She’s denied that the words are hers, but the underlying thought rings true nonetheless.

Hope and change, baby.

Update 1: Stephen Kruiser makes the excellent point that a 4 per cent lead is still within the margin of ACORN fraud.

Update 2: The Campaign Spot at NRO analyzes the Suffolk poll. Hope floats.

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