Monday, January 18, 2010


Connecticut has inflicted Joe Lieberman on the nation; no doubt many in the Nutmeg State regret that choice. Now Massachusetts appears likely to send Scott Brown to Washington. One wonders how Barack Obama can deliver on the promise of change when states like these stand in the way of progress. Can the good people of Massachusetts not know of the burden that is now on their shoulders?

Remembering Dr. King today -- we miss his wisdom and character today, and his practical commitment to the work of making real progress happen. If good men and women do nothing, the liberal agenda of social justice will go down to defeat. I hope that the voters in Massachusetts will be mindful of their responsibility to the nation.


marigolds2 said...

Well, so much for that hope. It's almost impossible for me to believe that the Socialist Republic of Massachusetts, as they called it when I lived there, has elected this wackjob Republican to fill Ted Kennedy's seat. If his (Teddy's) spirit lives on he is swearing like the old Irishman he is, and Pat Robertson is right about the power of curses, I think both Martha coakley and Scott Brown, along with all the voters of the Bay State had just better watch out.

marigolds2 said...

Make the "IF" Pat R. is right about the power of curses.....ok.

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