Thursday, December 31, 2009

Ronald Reagan makes an appearance in MA Senate Race on New Years Eve

Yesterday Scott Brown went to the  TV airwaves with his first TV ad harkening back to JFK's tax cuts and supply side policies that he went on to echo and agree with. Today Scott Brown had yet another historic reference in a Video released today about his campaign. He reminded Massachusetts voters that fiscal Conservative Republican Ronald Reagan won in the state in two Presidential elections. Reagan too was for smaller Government, tax cuts and fiscal responsibility, strong national defense as is Scott Brown.

Maybe as we usher out a terrible decade of militant terrorism, 9-11 attack, Stockmarket crashes, poor economy, ponzi schemes, record deficits and unemployment it's time to remember Ronald Reagan. Remember when we were proud to be Americans? We valued National defense and rebuilt our country after the Jimmy Carter fiasco? I do, that was a decade for the ages. We took on the Soviet Union and tore down the Berlin wall. Ronald Reagan never apologized and was the ultimate Patriot. Glad that Scott Brown referenced him today.

Scott Brown also hit on the great online support he is getting at places like twitter and facebook. He talked to how he can be the 41st vote to kill a badly flawed healthcare bill and that he needs all our help. Somewhere Ronald Reagan is smiling at the Americans resolve and will be pulling the proverbial party lever for Scott Brown on 1-19-2010.

See the video here

http://www.youtube.com/user/scottbrownma#p/a/u/1/wnyVsT-R9HA




Tuesday, December 29, 2009

redinvadesblue - Moneybomb for Scott Brown and #41stvote in Senate

Friends,

Scott Brown is a Republican State Senator in Massachusetts running to replace Ted Kennedy in the United States Senate.

NOW is the time to act to send a Republican Senator to Washington.

I pledged to donate on January 11th for the nationwide Moneybomb for Scott Brown.

You can pledge your support too by going here: http://www.redinvadesblue.com/Moneybomb/Donate.html

The election is on January 19th, so our contribution on January 11th will help pay for a massive voter mobilization effort.

Join me by participating in this Moneybomb to make history: http://www.redinvadesblue.com/Moneybomb/Donate.html

Thanks,

Mitt Romney




Mitt Romney goes to Bat for Scott Brown in MA Senate Race

Released via web today from Mitt Romney former Republican Governor in Massachusetts.


Dear Friend,

I hope you are enjoying the holidays and let me take this opportunity to wish you a Happy New Year!

This is going to be an exciting year politically. Republicans stand to make significant gains in Senate, House, and gubernatorial contests around the country. But before we get to the 2010 mid-term elections, there's something brewing in Massachusetts.

A special election to replace Ted Kennedy in the United States Senate will be held on January 19th. State Senator Scott Brown is running a determined campaign to make history by becoming the first Republican Senator from Massachusetts since Edward W. Brooke 30 years ago.

Scott's election would shock the country and send a strong message that business as usual in Washington is coming to an end. He would bring badly-needed fiscal restraint to an out-of-control budget process that is adding trillions of dollars to our national debt.

If he is successful, Scott will be the crucial 41st vote against President Obama's healthcare bill when it comes back to the Senate for final passage.

As Governor, I could always count on Scott's vote in the Legislature in the fight against higher taxes and wasteful spending. He is a Lieutenant Colonel in the Army National Guard and understands the importance of a strong national defense. He's opposed to cap and trade, wants strict limits on spending and is in favor of broad-based tax cuts to get our economy moving.

I hope you will visit Scott's website and consider helping him with a donation.

There are only 22 days left until the special election in Massachusetts. Wouldn't it be nice to elect a fiscal conservative to Ted Kennedy's seat in the United States Senate?

Sincerely,

Mitt Romney

Scott Brown says the GOP has done erverything he has asked for

Received via Twitter update at 5:20, Scott Brown issued the following statement. RT @ScottBrownMA: For the record, everything that I have asked #NRSC and #RNC to give me, they have done. #masen #tcot #41stVote.

This is a follow up to his 4:00 conference call with local and national Bloggers. Various Bloggers have already posted this as it was discussed on the 4:00 conference call.

The special election in MA is on 1-19-2010 and we need to get the vote out for Scott Brown. Follow Scott Brown on twitter at @ScottBrownMA.

Saturday, December 26, 2009

Fiscal Conservative Scott Brown versus Progressive leaning Coakley? Senate vote in MA is 1-19-2010

Taxpayers across the Country and here in Massachusetts are fed up with the DC Tax and spend mentality that has emerged since President Obama was elected and is cramming very unpopular Bailouts, Government takeovers and redistribution shenanigans to carve out American taxpayer money and allocate worldwide via “climate change” guise. The 2010 Massachusetts Senate race is a classic chance to vote for Scott Brown a fiscal conservative or Martha Coakley a classic Pelosi/Reid progressive liberal.

Perusing Facebook I found various Independent and even Democratic groups rallying to support Scott Brown and vote out the leftist takeover going on in DC. Martha Coakley is the status quo party choice for the special election to be held 1-19-2010. Last November there was a big shift of disapproval against Obama and their progressive actions with the GOP wins in Governor races in New Jersey and Virginia. They can call it what they want, but the DC progressive actions, plans are pure statist socialism. It’s Un-American and Patriots are standing up in record numbers against this across party lines.

Obama’s popularity has tanked with a recent Rassmussen approval rating of -21. To put that in perspective he took office with a +30 rating from same pollster, rated most accurate last Presidential election. On the Scott Brown Senate race there is some national whispers a Republican can’t win a Senate race in democratic leaning Massachusetts. Ironically a Boston.com voting poll with 8,000+ votes was taken down after it showed Scott Brown up 54% - 46%. I can only offer my personal experience having seen literally Hundreds of Scott Brown lawn signs, and only 1 for Coakley. The people on the street are rallying behind Scott Brown, and that’s first hand conversations and talk locally.

It’s time to change the broken one party system permeating in Boston and now DC. This election can be the beginning of a referendum on public shifting opinions on issues such as Cap and Trade, Lower Taxes, Economy, Government takeover of healthcare and more bailouts, wasted tax and spend corrupt earmarked special interest programs. Martha Coakley received an A+ Rating from Acorn last year. She is backed by SEIU and the Unions. She was also charged with alleged voting election ethics charges after misusing State resources in her Senate campaign. This corruption is out of control and needs to be voted out.

As Independent and even Democratic voters grow increasingly unhappy with the left wing democratic agenda there is going to be a real interesting 2010 election cycle. My money is the “teaparty” , independent, constitution American voting base is going to show up in passionate records and rollback a lot of 2008/2009 Initiatives. You can see all the peeled off Obama sticker’s no longer on cars and the wave of Scott Brown lawn signs going up here in a democratic stronghold. Another national statistic is there are twice as many Conservative voters than liberals. In a state with 51% independent registered voters do not be the least bit surprised if Scott Brown makes a legitimate run at winning this special election.

Saturday, December 19, 2009

No more Coakley Status quo, Scott Brown is the right choice 1-19-2010

Today’s Senate Democratic statist takeover of our Healthcare is a resounding shot to wake up America to the importance of the MA Senate Special election in Massachusetts next month. Scott Brown is a fiscal conservative that will Oppose Cap and Trade, Big Government and Government takeover of our Healthcare. We need to oppose status quo in MA Politics and Martha Coakley.

The one party system in Massachusetts is broken and we need Independent politicians to send to Washington to work for us. Why is it the Unions, Acorn and legal sharks control Coakley? And is that really in your best interest?

Massachusetts Democratic politics is corrupt to the core. Getting past the Union and Acorn slants, political arrests are rampant in MA politics. Where do I start there? And what has not been prosecuted is a fox henhouse discussion.

Democrat Jim Marzilli, who was arrested on charges of attempting to grope several women on park benches (he also allegedly came close to knocking over a hot-dog vendor while running from police), had not reported to work for these many months. But he’s a novice on this list of bad characters.

We have Diane Wilkerson, who, according to the FBI, was caught stuffing cash into her Bra, to the tune of $23,500 in bribes she's charged with taking. Wilkerson is an ethical disaster for Democrats in Massachusetts, has served a sentence of house arrest during the 90s for tax evasion.

Democrat Sal DiMasi is under investigation for demonstrating generosity to his palls, which allegedly violated ethics rules – and possibly state laws – boys being boys? Both of the likely successors to DiMasi, Bob DeLeo and John Rogers, have alleged issues pending too. After his landslide re-election as Speaker of the Massachusetts State House Sal Dimasi was indicted on federal charges of included conspiracy, honest services fraud, mail fraud, aiding and abetting, wire fraud and extortion. If convicted, he could spend up to 185 years in a federal prison.

Massachusetts lawyers are so strict on political career DUI offenders also? Democratic Sen. Anthony Galluccio, a Democrat, pleaded guilty Friday to leaving the scene of the Oct. 4 accident in his hometown of Cambridge. Charge not so bad on the surface and MSM sweeps away and he still works and votes. Galluccio’s Police blotter includes two DUI convictions. One in 1984 and in 1997. Also In December 2005, he triggered a four-car accident at 2 a.m., but no DUI test was done. A magistrate ruled that he had been drinking, but that there was not enough evidence for a DUI charge.

We now have had three speakers in a row that have left in CORRUPTION, Charlie Flaherty, Tom Finneran, and now DiMasi, Where is our AG Coakley on all this? Invisible and status quo but wait, Is she part of the game? From WBUR.ORG: State Sen. Scott Brown is asking his Democratic rival for Massachusetts’ open U.S. Senate seat to impose sanctions on one of her political allies. An attorney for Brown’s campaign has written a letter to Attorney General Martha Coakley, and to the state ethics commission, asking that they investigate the Service Employees International Union Local 509. According to the letter, SEIU sent an e-mail to state employees asking them to volunteer for Coakley. The Brown campaign says that violates state ethics law against using government computer servers for political purposes.WBUR asked the Coakley campaign if we could talk to the candidate. A spokeswoman for the campaign referred us to the attorney general’s office. A spokeswoman for the attorney general’s office says she’s looking into the matter. We have yet to hear back from SEIU Local 509.

Do we see a trend here? One party representation has failed Massachusett taxpayers and its time for change. Scott Brown is the independent voice that will work for YOU. Could that be any more clear?




Friday, December 11, 2009

Scott Brown will win MA Senate Seat on the Issues

Massachusetts taxpayers and voters are going to vote 1-19-2010 on the issues. The one-party rule in Washington is the last thing this country needs. Scott Brown is the Independent candidate, fiscal conservative that is not going to Washington to rubber stamp Harry Reid, Nancy Pelosi and Barrack Obama agenda's.

I'm going to talk now to the issues and why voters should and will vote for Scott Brown. Martha Coakley represents status quo, business as usual, more taxes and Big Government spending. Scott Brown said "But if you want real change on January 19th, and if you want somebody who will fight to lower your taxes, keep more money in your pockets, and bring common sense back to Washington DC, then join with me and make a real difference".

People are deeply worried with our economy, Out of control spending, deficits and a Governmental takeover of healthcare that will cost 2-3 Trillion Dollars. Scott Brown on "Like everyone else, I want to see more Americans with good health care coverage. I like what we did in Massachusetts. It’s not perfect, but nearly everyone is now covered by a private insurance policy -- not a government policy. I hope other states follow our example. You need to understand that the health care bill under discussion in Washington is not good for Massachusetts. I fear that the Government option in the bill would soon be the ONLY option. It will raise taxes, increase spending, and if you are a senior and receive Medicare, it will lead to a half a trillion dollars in cuts in your health care. Instead of restricting health care for elders -- we need to start restricting the size and intrusiveness of government".

The environment is an important issue but Cap and Trade is a job killer and with climate gate lots of issues around validity on scientific accuracy of the issue. As Obama said last year this bill will skyrocket taxpayer energy costs. Scott Brown on “I want to see a cleaner environment, and the way to get there is through a comprehensive approach. That would be by the development of new energy sources that are not powered only by fossil fuels. That means conservation, in addition to the development of more wind, solar, hydroelectric and - yes - more nuclear power. One thing I will not do, however, is support a cap and trade program that will cause energy prices to spike and chase businesses out of Massachusetts and cost individual families more money just to heat their homes and turn on their lights. The cap and trade bill moving its way through Congress will kill jobs at a time when our economy is on the brink. To me that is unacceptable. As your United States Senator, I will make 'jobs' job number one”.

On Foreign policy and National defense Scott Brown is clearly the better choice to serve Massachusetts. Martha Coakley is actually left of President Obama on Afghanistan policy. Scott Brown on “I want to see a strong military that will protect our interests around the world. I proudly serve as a Lieutenant Colonel and 30-year member of the Massachusetts Army National Guard, and during that time I've witnessed the many sacrifices made by patriotic Americans who fight to defend our freedoms. I salute the President for supporting our troops and their mission, and I will work with him to ensure that when they return home in victory they are given all the services that a grateful nation can provide”.

Here are Scott Brown’s convictions on other critical issues:

-- "I believe in limited government, and in the boundless power of the free market to create jobs and wealth for our people.

-- I believe it is a betrayal of duty to leave the next generation with massive debts, and they deserve better than that from us.

-- I believe that one-party power breeds corruption and arrogance, and it's time we open things up in the state of Massachusetts.

I believe failure should be admitted in Washington, and not repeated. It's time to admit that while the nearly trillion-dollar stimulus had the best of intentions, it failed to create one new job. We shouldn’t make the mistake of passing yet another stimulus that adds to the debt and does nothing for American workers.

My plan for the economy is simple - an across the board tax cut for families and businesses that will increase investment and lead to immediate new job growth. In the tradition of President John F. Kennedy, we should stimulate the American economy with a broad based tax cut for the American people".

This election will come down to the issues and Scott Brown is what this State needs today. Not a political party rubber stamp for Harry Reid, Nancy Pelosi and President Barrack Obama status quo in Washington. Scott Brown has a proven record of winning elections, voting no on tax increases and is the Independent choice, Fiscal conservative in this critical special Senate race. Scott Brown will work for you.