In a stunning repudiation of Obama’s entire program, Scott Brown made the 1969 Amazing Mets look like a foregone conclusion.
It wasn’t Scott Brown taking on the machine. It was America. Despite the media’s mad machinations, in coaxing the Kennedy faithful to come out for a Coakley victory, and assuming the sale, the people weren’t fooled. The Boston Globe went so far as to publish a map that showed pre-poll-closing results depicting Coakley winning. Of course, they were trapped, and apologized.
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But it’s funny how “mishaps” like that all seem to go in the same political direction these days. And they influence people. “Mishaps” like that keep people home. They change people’s voting behavior, much the way the early Reagan call in the 1980 presidential election kept people on the West Coast at home. You can influence voting behavior by publishing subversive stories like that.
In any case, the media bias is thoroughgoing. Look at the fact that the first words out of the Leftist/fascist media’s mouth after Brown made his seminal speech was that he was a sexist. Rachel Maddow went after him for a very light-hearted joke about his daughters. I’m a woman, and I have daughters, and I totally got it. But the media neglected to address the real substance of Brown’s remarks, which were a repudiation of Obama’s policies of siding with terrorists, of paying for their lawyers — of siding with our enemies during a time of war.
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