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Monday
Jan182010

Things Look Very Good For Scott Brown

(FLP Opinion) - Things are looking very good for Scott Brown in the Massachusetts Senate race. The latest polls show Brown leading anywhere from 3.8% to 11.3% with an average of the five polls at about 7.4%.

Of course, virtually every poll had Doug Hoffman winning in NY 23 last November and that certainly didn't happen. So if you live in Massachusetts, take after an ACORN worker - vote early and often.

On a side note, I've been watching some MSNBC coverage today and they've come up with a laughable theme to explain away Coakley's possible loss.

She is losing in the polls because she is too close to the establishment, but this could happen to any incumbent politician in either party. The fact that she is a Democrat is just dumb luck.

That of course is comical beyond belief. This is a referendum on big government, socialistic policies plain and simple.

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Reader Comments (4)

Come on, Scott. You would think that this race even being close would scare the Demos to death.

January 18, 2010 | Unregistered CommenterPOP

I'd give my right nut and my second child for this guy to win. I just hope Americans remember what these Democrat scumbags tried to do to us.

January 18, 2010 | Unregistered CommenterAdam Storey

The election won't be over until the votes are counted (and recounted, and recounted, and recounted ...)

I hope the press (FNC) videos and reports any blatant tampering by ACORN, SEIU, and the Black Panthers.

January 18, 2010 | Unregistered CommenterBruce

We all know the Left will try every dirty trick in the book. Unless Brown wins in a landslide, It will get very ugly before it is over. That being said, if they do pull their normal shenanigans, it will be in the open for all to see. That will just serve to make Democrats even more unpopular and put them in a position to loose even more seats in the mid-terms.

January 18, 2010 | Registered CommenterChuck (FL Pundit)

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