Democrats Provide More Reasons to Put Scott Brown in the Senate

January 16, 2010

In their frenzy to stop Scott Brown from becoming the next senator from Massachusetts, Democrats provide more reasons to vote for Scott Brown.

The Associated Press
quotes Massachusetts Congressman Barney Frank: “If Scott Brown wins, it’ll kill the health bill.”

MSNBC commentator Ed Schultz makes the case more compelling: “If the Tea Party-endorsed candidate nabs Ted Kennedy’s seat in Massachusetts, it’s the end of change as we know it.”

Ed Schultz on the radio also states that vote fraud would be justified to keep Scott Brown out of the Senate. “I’d cheat to keep these bastards out. Because that’s exactly what they are.”

It is too early to celebrate. Democrats are unleashing everything they got to defeat Scott Brown.

Mitch Steward, head of Obama’s Organizing for America (OFA) makes another desperate plea for money to defeat Brown in an email sent out Saturday:

The polls are tightening as right-wing money floods the state, and one even shows the race to be a dead heat between progressive champion Martha Coakley and her extreme opponent. The truth is, special elections often have very low turnout and are notoriously unpredictable.

The stakes are just too high to leave Martha’s victory to chance.

If we lose, Sen. Ted Kennedy’s seat will be in the hands of someone who opposes everything he fought for. We’ll lose a key vote for the President’s agenda in the Senate — and put all the progress we’ve made toward health reform at risk.

That’s why OFA is putting together a massive voter turnout effort to make sure Obama voters get back to the polls this time around — but we need your help to pay for it.

Michelle Malkin reports that the left is unleashing its troops from the Service Employees International Union (SEIU) on the ground in Massachusetts on election day.

In the latest development, Gateway Pundit reports that Scott Brown files an ethics complaint against the SEIU for using state resources to urge state employees to volunteer for Brown’s Democrat opponent Martha Coakley.

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