Money Bomb for Scott Brown

If you want a head start on decreasing the Democrat’s majority in 2010, I would suggest that folks consider taking part in the money bomb for Massachusetts State Senator Scott Brown. On guns, he’s been good on the issues as long as I was following the minutiae of the Bay State’s gun control debates.

I don’t want to completely get your hopes up about this race. If you opened a dictionary, this would be the definition of long shot.

BUT, for those you who paid attention to the Massachusetts political scene several years ago, remember that his current Senate seat was formerly held by Cheryl Jacques. Remember her? He won that seat in a special election against her staffer, Angus McQuilken. So remember that anything is possible. So if you have a few spare bucks in your wallet today, lend a hand to the long shot campaign today. Let’s make sure that we don’t lose it because of a lack of resources in the last few days.

5 thoughts on “Money Bomb for Scott Brown”

  1. I’m pulling for Brown (GO SCOTT GO!) but I’d put my money on Coakley. Never underestimate the power of the Democrats to lie, cheat, and/or steal if it’s a close one…

  2. If you put a few bucks down on Brown, then if he loses, at least we know it’s not because of our failure to help the good candidates.

    I remember back when Scott Brown was the long shot candidate for Cheryl’s seat. He wasn’t supposed to win that race, not when all the attention went to the Democrats in the race. He pulled it out then.

    I’m not going to be heartbroken if Brown doesn’t win. But I’m also factoring in a bit of passion (and broken spirits on the Dem side), and the history that he’s won against unexpected odds before. More importantly, he’s won and kept the seat. And perhaps most importantly, his opponents are political history. Jacques was run out of HRC and her beloved follower Angus, I believe, ran to the clutches of the biotech to follow Finneran. This guy has pulled it out before, so if anyone can do it, I’d put a few bucks on him.

    Or rather, $50.

  3. Contributed. I swore to myself, starting with Fred Thompson, that if I thought I could make a difference, even if it was a long shot, that I would do what I could.

    There’s a New Year’s resolution for the masses – swear that you will never again be able to look back and wonder if you could have done more.

    1. That’s definitely a good attitude to have. I know I’ll behave the same way toward our Congressional & state candidates here at home.

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