The voters have spoken and for the first time -in a period that reaches back many years, to a time when my parents were still teenagers- a Republican has been elected to the represent the State of Massachusetts as a US Senator. Scott Brown must feel like a stranger in a strange land. I live in Illinois and do not know much about the man or what he represents. I do know he has stated that he wants to help stop the Frankenstein’s monster aka as Obamacare. That is a good thing. I would love to see health care reform. But what can be gleaned about the two possible versions of Obamacare; are that they are probably full of everything rotten, that Marxist Team Obama keeps saying they do not contain. I have been reading reaction to the election and there is a mixture of everything from hand-wringing from the left to whoops of joy from the Tea Party members. I was reading on the BBC where many of them are pissing blood because they see it as a US voter rejection of their False Prophet of Hope and Change – Barack Obama. Good, I hope it is. Nor do I care if the BBC whiners do not approve. I do not tell them whom to elect and I expect the same consideration from them. They can go clean-up their own backyards.
My personal take on the election is, I think it brings back some sensibility to what have been Obama bullying attempts at creating foot-in-the-door opportunities for his Marxist visions. I have been saying for a longtime now – one party rule under either political party has been detrimental for the nation. I am hoping that the Tea Party movement will force both the Republican and Democrat Party to work more for the people than for Party interest. For too long both political parties erroneously shout -“mandate”- the moment they get elected. Neither party really listens to the voters. They instead -tell the voters what and how they should think. Polls have suggested that both parties should take the Tea Party movement seriously. I think the election also strengthens that idea. Republicans are just as unpopular as Democrats in public polls; yet, there is now an elected Republican in a very Democrat State. Perhaps the Tea Party movement can shock both parties back into a state of sensibility