Tuesday, January 19, 2010

Go Scott Go

Or as they say, "The SCOTT heard 'round the world."

Cast my vote this morning. Turnout was on the light side of moderate, and it's snowing now. Expect low to moderate turnout, and a Brown victory.

7 comments:

SheaHeyKid said...

Update from Mrs. SHK. Just cast her vote and reports very light turnout. Whereas she had to wait ~45 min to vote in '08 presidential election, she basically walked right in this time.

Fredo said...

I'm doing my part too. Already put in my phone calls to Jeb Bush, Katherine Harris, James Baker, and the Florida State Police. We'll keep the wrong people away from the polls.

Fredo said...

And of course, I was only half kidding. The Dems believe this kind of junk, and predictably, you're already seeing stories like this.

SheaHeyKid said...

Well, at least MSDNC host Schultz was more honest about what he'd do to ensure Coakley wins:

ED SCHULTZ, HOST: I tell you what, if I lived in Massachusetts, I’d try to vote ten times. I don’t know if they’d let me or not, but I’d try to. Yeah, that’s right, I’d cheat to keep these bastards out. I would. ‘Cause that’s exactly what they are.

ManBeast said...

That BoGlo column is unbelievable. It doesn't even qualify as op-ed. I can't believe they would even publish such trash. The columns following the election should be interesting whether Brown or Coakley wins. They'll have to highlight the countless ways which Brown cheated if he wins and applaud overcoming them if he loses.

ManBeast said...

This one is hilarious.

SheaHeyKid said...

I saw that article about Dems still blaming Bush. I hope they keep doing that, thereby completely misreading the actual voter sentiment. It all but guarantees massive losses for Dems in Nov.

The reality is voters are reacting not necessarily to a (still) bad economy, but rather to HOW Dems are handling the situation. If Obama/Pelosi/Reid had placed a singular emphasis on the economy and jobs throughout 2009, even if unemployment was still high I don't think they'd be seeing quite the backlash. Instead, they basically buried the economy in a laundry list of 10 other less relevant agenda items.

And the backroom deals associated with healthcare (no transparency, no full reading of the bill, Sen. Nelson buyout, Sen. Landrieu buyout, union buyout last week, etc.) is what has really got people riled up.

It is in fact the Dem policies and actions that have brought this on themselves, not any situation they inherited from Bush. A bad situation has only been made worse by the way they handled it.

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