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Democrats' last hope of forcing through President Obama's massive government healthcare overhaul by passing the Senate's version of reform in the House has hit a road block: House Democrats will not vote for it. After seeing Ted Kennedy's (D-Mass.) seat go to a Republican in the bluest of blue states, many House Democrats fear that a similar fate awaits t
According to the Associated Press, the White House interpreted Senator Scott Brown's victory in Massachusetts as a sign to start focusing on jobs:Their conclusion was that the economy — jobs specifically and the broader topics of the nation's fiscal and financial health — must be priority No. 1.
Scott Brown has officially been elected as the newest US Senator from Massachusetts. Therefore, Paul G. Kirk is no longer the placeholder for former Democratic Senator Ted Kennedy. According to Massachusetts Law, as referenced in The Huffington Post by J.
Energy and Stealth of G.O.P. Groups Undid a Sure Bet
BY ADAM NAGOURNEY, JEFF ZELENY, KATE ZERNIKE and MICHAEL COOPER
BOSTON — The e-mail message from a Massachusetts supporter to one of the leaders of the Tea Party movement arrived in early December. The state was holding a special election to fill the seat held by Senator Edward M. Kennedy, it said, and conditions were ripe for a conservative ambush: an Election Day in the dead of winter with the turnout certain to be low.
It's important to remember that the results of yesterday's election in Massachusetts have consequences beyond the immediate threat of ObamaCare. The election of Scott Brown to the U.S. Senate may very well have thwarted already struggling cap and trade legislation. The New York Times has the story:
On January 20, 2009, President Obama spoke of hope and change as he was sworn into office with a 64% approval rating. Today, exactly one year later, Obama’s approval rate continues to nose-dive as more Americans lose hope in his big-spending agendas.
Last night Republican Scott Brown beat Democrat Martha Coakley for the late Ted Kennedy’s open Senate seat by 5 points, exceeding all expectations and causing quite a stir not only among the Tea Party movement, but on Capitol Hill. This is the first time since 1972 that a Republican has taken a Massachusetts Senate seat, and the late surge of support was highly unexpected.
Massachusetts Tea Party activists use FreedomWorks side-by-side for voter education
With the fate of healthcare reform, cap and trade, and other aspects of the Democrats agenda depending on the outcome of the January 19th Massachusetts special election, FreedomWorks has http://www.freedomworks.org/blog/mclemente/freedomworks-participates-in-...