It's Simple, Not This Way

CNN is in mourning. Chris Matthews is puzzled why Brown won when he campaigned on being the 41st vote against Obamacare. But it’s real simple. The people of Massachusetts, like the majority of Americans, don’t like Obama’s version of health care reform. It’s not that they don’t want health care reform.

They know how expensive their own state health care system is. They know Obamacare will be worse. Brown didn’t run on no health care reform, he ran on stopping Obama’s version. He ran on stopping the secrecy, the payoffs, and the takeovers.

Obama got a lot of support from Independents in his run for The White House. The people in Massachusetts have had a chance to see how Obama has governed with arrogance, and now realize that that’s not what they voted for. This time, they’re voting for change once again. You could call it buyer’s remorse.

Question now is, will Obama have the audacity and the arrogance to stay on the same path, or will he, like Bill Clinton, do his best to do the people’s business, instead of that of his ideological far-left base?

Now, anyone can answer the question that was asked in January and February. Will Obama and Democrats overreach? The people in Massachusetts answered that with a resounding YES.

link: In epic upset, GOP’s Brown wins Mass. Senate race

2 thoughts on “It's Simple, Not This Way”

  1. Only time will tell if he’s the real deal. All I know about him is what I’ve heard him say during this campaign for the senate seat. And from what I’ve heard, he is a conservative thinker, espousing everything that Progressives seem to hate, like freedom, liberty, life, health care and economic problem solving in the private sector.

    That’s not to say we can’t be fooled. I liked Obama’s speech at the Democratic National Convention 5 years ago. And from that, and from Obama’s campaign promises, we’ve learned to pay attention to what a guy does more so than what he says. Can’t trust the media to call a spade a spade. They facilitated this administration’s snow-job of the American people, both before and after his election. Had Obama campaigned on taking over the private sector like he is doing, Hillary Clinton would most likely be our president today.

    I’m fed up with RINOs. Except maybe for Obamacare, Democrats don’t have too much to worry about because the RINOs are still in the party. I wouldn’t feel safe in saying there’s a filibuster proof senate until there were 68 or 69 Republicans in the senate. 60 isn’t enough. Until that happens, us voters will have to replace them with real conservatives.

    One thing is for sure, and John McCain proved this out. (for me anyways) If you have to tell the people that you’re a conservative, then you’re probably not.

  2. It’s been a great month other than the cold. Alabama won a consensus national title in football, and a guy who ran as a conservative won Ted Kennedy’s senate seat!

    Unfortunately, I don’t know much about Brown. Is he the real deal or more in the Arnold Schwarzenegger Republican mold?

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