Tuesday, January 12, 2010

The Ted Kennedy seat and the mood of America.

The mood of America is drastically changing. Americans are finally waking up. Just look at the numbers:

-Obama overall approval rating 46%, 40% strongly disapprove

-Generic Ballot: Republicans 44%, Democrats 35%

-42% Support Health Care Plan, 52% Oppose

And just look at individual issues. 2nd amendment rights, abortion, gay marriage, offshore drilling, limited government, etc. The majority of Americans side with conservatives on every issue.

Just take a look at Fox News. An average nightly cable news ratings list looks something like this:

Fox News –970,000 viewers
CNN – 441,000 viewers
MSNBC –362,000 viewers
CNBC – 237,000 viewers
HLN – 245,000 viewers

And thats being conservative (pun intended).

Fox News, whom we all know leans right, obliterates the leftist competition at CNN and MSNBC every night. No wonder Keith Olbermann and Chris "a felt a thrill running up my leg" Matthews are so bitter! (no Barack, it's not because of their guns or religion)

Now, we have a competitive race for Ted Kennedy's senate seat. Yes, competitive. That in itself should be encouraging to any America loving conservative. Just look at the historical landslides Ted had...

1964- 74%
1970- 62%
1976- 69%
1982- 60%
1988- 64%
1994- 58%
2000- 72%
2006- 69%

The Ted Kennedy seat is about as liberal as it gets. It is the Helms Deep of liberal America. And it appears that the light of conservatism is about to breach it.

Scott Brown, the GOP challenger said today he had raised 1.3 million dollars in one day. What did the liberal opponent say?

Extremist right wing groups associated with his campaign have already spent hundreds of thousands of dollars on misleading, negative attacks against Martha Coakley.

I guess we're all just extremists! Do you like being one? Because I sure do! If Brown could win this race, it would be a monster victory for conservative America. It would be a morale booster that could build plenty of momentum for the 2010 midterm elections to send the liberals packing.

2010 will be a repeat of 1994. In fact, it looks to me judging by the current mood of our country that this year will be a monumental win over liberalism and big government. A slap in the face to the 2006 and 2008 liberals who would supposedly "save us" from the Bush years.

A far different cry from the short lived Obama buzz of 2008 which will only be a phony footnote that will be long forgotten in American history. Obama will be known as the great liar who promised everything, gave nothing, and got steamrolled after one term. He will also be known as the man who reawakened true America from its slumber.


Jamw96 said...

I love that the Kennedy seat is going Right! The only problem, is that Reid and his cronies are intending to stall seating the elected candidate until after the health care vote. Talk about corruption at the highest level!

Samuel Gonzalez said...

I reall hope Brown pulls it off.

Great post, Hack

Anonymous said...

You summed it up nicely, Hack. What will the dems do when they discover a majority of Americans are extremists?

Amaranthian said...

This post says it all. I was born and raised in good ol' Massachusetts, and it would surely be great to see it do something right for a change.

Just stumbled upon your blog, and I look forward to reading more. Thanks!

Cec Moon said...

Just a thought on the comparisons of the news shows. Are they now referred to as Fox and 4 dwarfs?

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