The Brown Revolution

January 19, 2010

It’s being called the Brown Revolution


Strap in tight, kids. This is when things are going to get really ugly.

The Progressive movement has been waiting decades for what they thought was their moment. They will not go quietly into the night. They are going to do EVERYTHING they can to pass their agenda despite this devastating repudiation of their so-called mandate for socialist “change.”

As a result of the collapse of Progressive support in the heart of the ultra-liberal Northeast, a rare moment has emerged for the Democrat party for reasonable Democrats to rise up and clip (or shear off) their radical Socialist-Progressive wing which has led their party  into disaster and possibly ruin.


UPDATE: Michelle Malkin: Crowd cheers: “41! 41! 41!”

Gateway Pundit: Brown Challanges Obama To A Game of Basketball! Wow this guy and his team are good. The Progressives must be crapping themselves right about now.

Big Government: Dems Assemble Circular Firing Squad Over Coakley Loss

UPDATE:  Analysis: Massachusetts race exposes anti-government feelings. Gee, ya think?

UPDATE: Hot Air: Humpbot (Possibly NSFW)

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3 Responses to The Brown Revolution

  1. Rhymes With Right on January 20, 2010 at 2:28 am

    Great Scott! Brown Wins In Massachusetts…

    I was born in early 1963, during the presidency of John Fitzgerald Kennedy. Some months previously, his youngest brother, Edward Moore Kennedy, had been elected to fill the seat that the president had previously held. Over the next 47 years,……

  2. BackwardsBoy on January 20, 2010 at 10:35 am

    Wow! Just, wow! Today will be a landmark in American history. Congrats to Scott Brown and the good people of Massachusetts for delivering a crushing blow to the progressive movement and their anti-American agenda.
    Now, where did I put that pudding?

  3. Tel-Chai Nation on January 20, 2010 at 3:50 pm

    Massechussettes elects Republican Scott Brown…

    Looks like Obama could be getting a damper on his plans for government-run healthcare…


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