Monday, January 18, 2010

The People's Seat...

“With all due respect, it’s not The Kennedy Seat. It’s the people’s Seat.” That response by, Scott Brown ranks right up there with the best of the best.

Yeah, that’s the guy I want. The guy who can shut down the debate simply by stating facts. And he did it all without hurling a single insult. What a concept.

They say if Brown can pull this election in Massachusetts, it’ll be one of the biggest political upsets of all time. Even Fox News acts surprised at the possibility. Why would that surprise anyone?

Here’s the deal and it’s really not all that complicated. You know those ignorant, tea-baggers. The one’s the left tried so hard to marginalize. Guess what. The tea-baggers aren‘t going anywhere and they’re just getting started. Let me explain who these tea-baggers really are.

We might be the guy who fixes your furnace or the cop down the street. We might have been your waitress during lunch today. Might have been the guy who cooked it too. We’re teachers, doctors, and lawyers. We’re truck drivers and airline pilots. Maybe we’re the guys who pick up your trash or the one who decides whether you get that loan or not. We’re politicians and preachers. Brick layers, and carpenters. We’re farmers and ranchers and oil-field workers too. We’re the people who actually do stuff instead of just reading about it.

We’re black and white, young and old. We’re moms and dads, brothers, sisters, aunts and uncles. We’re Republican, Democrat, and Independents all rolled up into one. The one thing we all have in common is this. We’re the American people. And the American people don’t like being pushed around. We don’t take kindly to being threatened or called names by anybody.

We bought into the Hope and Change promises, Obama made. We trusted him, so we elected him. Now we regret it, and we’re here to do something about it.

What the lunatics underestimated was the fact that the American people kind of like that little thing called freedom. You see, we’re willing to fight for it. And it starts Tuesday, January 19, 2010 in the Democrat stronghold of Massachusetts.

But then again, I could be wrong. Talk to you guys later…

Kevin McGinty


  1. I guess Attorney General Coakley crapped in her nest even more when she started stumping about the right to choose to kill your baby in the Catholic stronghold of Massachusetts. That's so out of touch it's like talking about raising taxes during a severe recession.

  2. A shot fired heard round the world from Taxachusetts - the first since the 1770's.

  3. The good, Attorney General Coakley isn't exactly the sharpest knife in the drawer, is she?

    Taxachusetts. I love that! And what better place to start cleaning house could there be?