Saturday, January 2, 2010

Who is Massachusetts State Senator Scott Brown?



He is NOT George W. Bush!

He is a third term Republican Massachusetts state senator. Scott Brown is campaigning for the late Edward Kennedy's U.S. Senate seat. The special election is January 19th, 2010.

What makes this election interesting is that Scott Brown could possibly be a obstacle to the Democrats power grab and takeover of the U.S. Health Care system.

Brown, Coakley Battle It Out In Campaign Ads

"In the Democrat's ad, they morph Browns face into George W. Bush"

Note to ALL 2010 hopeful Democrats: George W. Bush is not the POTUS anymore!

Scott Browns response:
"She's not running against George Bush, she's running against me," said Brown. "And JFK and I have one thing that's very similar. We're different people with different parties, different eras, but we believe in lower taxes and less spending. Martha is more like Governor Patrick, the 'tax and spend' mentality -- part of the Democrat machine. And the people of Massachusetts care a lot about their pocketbooks and wallets. And I'm going to do what I can to stop the crazy, out-of-control spending."

The Democrats tried this same strategy in Virginia's 2009 fall elections which resulted in a SWEEP across the board for Republicans. The Democrats are out of touch with mainstream America which is shown by their knee jerk reaction to try this tactic in the Massachusetts U.S. Senate seat race.

Scott Browns brilliant TV ad:


Scott Brown Homepage -
http://www.brownforussenate.com/

Scott Brown on Facebook -
http://www.facebook.com/pages/Scott-Brown/178795233167?ref=ts&v=wall

Scott Account Twitter -
http://twitter.com/ScottBrownMa

Scott Brown You Tube Videos -
http://www.youtube.com/user/scottbrownma

Considering the Virginia GOP landslide and New Jersey Governors wins this past November elections, If Massachusetts Republicans can't win now? Then when? Why not State Senator Scott Brown?

Friday, January 1, 2010

Conservatives Don't Be Embarrssed in 2010

Massachusetts is having a special election for the the late Edward Kennedy's U.S. Senate seat. Third term Republican Massachusetts state senator Scott Brown is campaigning for the seat. The special election is January 19th, 2010.

What makes this election interesting is that Scott Brown could possibly be a obstacle to the Democrats power grab and takeover of the U.S. Health Care system. He has pledged that if given the chance he will cast the 41st vote to kill it. That is Game On for me!

This election came to my attention via the normal conservative channels of Twitter, Facebook and conservative blogs like Red State, Hot Air, Gateway Pundit, etc. Ok, fine, now lets see what we can find out through the Massachusetts Conservative blog sphere!

That sound you hear? Crickets! Chirp, chirp, chirp.

How is it I have hundreds of Massachusetts conservative followers on Twitter and there is little or NO conservative blog presence concerning this race?

Here in Virginia we have a plethora of Republican, libertarian as well as conservative blogs which to pull information from and to disseminate either through Twitter, Facebook or blogging. Its truly amazing the "electronic footprint" of the Virginia political blog sphere. No doubt, it has taken years to develop and gain connections, followers and contributors. They are not just Washington DC beltway blogs either. They stretch the whole state from Richmond, Virginia Beach, and yes even South West Augusta County. These are dedicated, principled, and hardworking people trying to stay connected not only in Virginia politics but also on national issues such as Health Care.

Now let me backup a moment. For the past year the Tea Party movement has been a huge success including the 9/12 groups. The mode of operation was to have people to collaborate via Twitter, Facebook, You Tube and blogs. What some may call "pushing information" out to the people to share their experiences of what worked and what did not. So today if you want to find information about the Tea Party there is an abundance of information available via the Internet.

Now back to the Massachusetts special election. So we have a special election and little or no blogs which to pull from to help push information about this candidate or his opponents. Little or NO current blog posts, Little or NO collection of pics, limited You Tube videos, can be found on the Internet about this race except MSM outlets which are down playing this election (on purposely maybe?).

Here we have a great situation to help someone kill the Democrats power grab and takeover of the U.S. Health Care system but little or no local information to pull from. This has to change, local conservatives need to contribute more.

If conservatives don't want to be embarrassed in 2010 they need to start building their local "electronic footprint" now!

Here are a few things I know about here in Virginia that help me research and stay connected and help push information:
1. Get on Twitter, Facebook, You Tube.
2. Start a blog, blog what you interests you.
3. Use Google Reader to set up and monitor your favorite issues, blogs and topics.
4. Use BlogNetNews http://www.blognetnews.com/ - monitor you local blogs
5. Use Google Alerts to set up and monitor your topics or issues via email.
6. Use your Blog Roll to reflect other sites of interest to you.
7. Make sure your Twitter and Facebook identity is on your blog somewhere.
8. Take pictures and video and get them posted.
9. Have Fun!
10. Win in 2010!

Scott Brown Homepage -
http://www.brownforussenate.com/

Scott Brown on Facebook -
http://www.facebook.com/pages/Scott-Brown/178795233167?ref=ts&v=wall

Scott Account Twitter -
http://twitter.com/ScottBrownMa

Scott Brown You Tube Videos -
http://www.youtube.com/user/scottbrownma

Considering the Virginia GOP landslide and New Jersey Governors wins this past November elections, If Massachusetts Republicans can't win now? Then when? Why not State Senator Scott Brown?

Thursday, December 31, 2009

Happy New Year! Now Pass the Ammo!

Happy New Year followers. 2009 was a Great Year. We turned Virginia red again with landslide victories in the Governors, Lt. Governors and Attorney Generals race this past November. Great job by Bob McDonnell, Bill Bolling, Ken Cuccinelli and the Republican Party of Virgina. May they serve with a servants heart.

Hopefully the march for liberty and prosperity will live on in 2010. Stay vigilant and find some way to contribute.

So with that I leave you with a personal motivational quote I often use: Pass the Ammo!



God Bless America and Our Troops!

h/t to The American Wars for finding this video. http://theamericanwars.ning.com/

2009 - March For Liberty Year

Who knew that Rick Santelli would awake a sleeping giant - The Silent Majority!

Rick Santelli expressing frustrations to what many were discussing around their water coolers already.


The first of many, Tea Party in DC - February 27, 2009
The DC Tea Party Protest


National Tax Day Tea Party! April 15, 2009


Americas Freedom - July 4th Tea Party Speech


Tea Party March On Washington DC, 9/12 - A once in a Life Time Event!


Tea Party March On Washington DC, 9/12 - A once in a Life Time Event!


Yes, Liberty was on the march in 2009, our best days are before us, now lets "WIN IN 2010". It was an honor to serve with these great Americans! Pass the AMMO!

Reflections: Who is Scott Brown?

Scott Brown is a third term Republican Massachusetts state senator. Scott Brown is campaigning for the late Edward Kennedy's U.S. Senate seat. The special election is January 19th, 2010. Did I mention Scott Brown is a Veteran!



Scott Browns daughters are great: Ayla Brown sings "Reflection" by Christina Aguilera on Top 12 Girls night of American Idol Season 5. (2/21/06)



Oh yeah, Great new TV ad from the Scott Brown campaign to go with the reflections theme:



Get connected with the Scott Brown campaign:
Scott Brown Homepage -
http://www.brownforussenate.com/

Scott Brown on Facebook -
http://www.facebook.com/pages/Scott-Brown/178795233167?ref=ts&v=wall

Scott Account Twitter -
http://twitter.com/ScottBrownMa

Scott Brown You Tube Videos -
http://www.youtube.com/user/scottbrownma

Considering the Virginia GOP landslide and New Jersey Governors wins this past November elections, If Massachusetts Republicans can't win now? Then when? Why not State Senator Scott Brown?

Boston goes Pops! Who is Scott Brown?

Who is Massachusetts State Senator Scott Brown?
He is a third term Republican Massachusetts state senator. Scott Brown is campaigning for the late Edward Kennedy's U.S. Senate seat. The special election is January 19th, 2010.

What makes this election interesting is that Scott Brown could possibly be a obstacle to the Democrats power grab and takeover of the U.S. Health Care system.

His daughters are great in his videos and the more people learn about this family the more people like them.

Scott Browns daughter Ayla sings "The Star-Spangled Banner" at Boston's Fourth of July celebration accompanied by the Boston Pops (originally aired 07/04/06).




Scott Brown Homepage -
http://www.brownforussenate.com/

Scott Brown on Facebook -
http://www.facebook.com/pages/Scott-Brown/178795233167?ref=ts&v=wall

Scott Account Twitter -
http://twitter.com/ScottBrownMa

Scott Brown You Tube Videos -
http://www.youtube.com/user/scottbrownma


Considering the Virginia GOP landslide and New Jersey Governors wins this past November elections, If Massachusetts Republicans can't win now? Then when? Why not State Senator Scott Brown?

h/t - hillbuzz http://hillbuzz.org/

Tuesday, December 29, 2009

Who is Massachusetts State Senator Scott Brown?

He is a third term Republican Massachusetts state senator. Scott Brown is campaigning for the late Edward Kennedy's U.S. Senate seat. The special election is January 19th, 2010. Wednesday Dec. 30th is the last day for Massachusetts residents to register to vote in the Jan. 19 special election. Scott Brown is a veteran!

What makes this election interesting is that Scott Brown could possibly be a obstacle to the Democrats power grab and takeover of the U.S. Health Care system.

Some Scott Brown highlights from his homepage:
State Senator Scott Brown has led the fight in Massachusetts against wasteful government spending and higher taxes. He is a free-market advocate who believes our strength as a nation flows from its people. He believes in a culture of family, patriotism and freedom. At his September 12 announcement of candidacy for the U.S. Senate, Senator Brown articulated a core set of beliefs that guide his thinking.

- Government is too big and that the federal stimulus bill made government bigger instead of creating jobs
- Taxes are too high and are going higher if Congress continues with its out-of-control spending
- The historic amount of debt we are passing on to our children and grandchildren is immoral
- Power concentrated in the hands of one political party, as it is here in Massachusetts, leads to bad government and poor decisions
- A strong military and vigorous homeland defense will protect our interests and security around the world and at home
- All Americans deserve health care, but we shouldn't have to create a new government insurance program to provide it

Happy New Year from Scott Brown - These daughters are great!


Considering the Virginia GOP landslide and New Jersey Governors wins this past November elections, If Massachusetts Republicans can't win now? Then when? Why not State Senator Scott Brown?

Is the GOP letting Scott Brown fend for himself? Here:

Get connected with the Scott Brown:
Scott Brown Homepage -
http://www.brownforussenate.com/

Scott Brown on Facebook -
http://www.facebook.com/pages/Scott-Brown/178795233167?ref=ts&v=wall

Scott Account Twitter -
http://twitter.com/ScottBrownMa

Scott Brown You Tube Videos -
http://www.youtube.com/user/scottbrownma

Monday, December 28, 2009

Another Chance To Lead The Free World

Wasted!



"The Road Not Taken" is a poem by Robert Frost, published in 1915:
Two roads diverged in a yellow wood,
And sorry I could not travel both
And be one traveler, long I stood
And looked down one as far as I could
To where it bent in the undergrowth;

Then took the other, as just as fair
And having perhaps the better claim,
Because it was grassy and wanted wear;
Though as for that, the passing there
Had worn them really about the same,

And both that morning equally lay
In leaves no step had trodden black.
Oh, I kept the first for another day!
Yet knowing how way leads on to way,
I doubted if I should ever come back.

I shall be telling this with a sigh
Somewhere ages and ages hence:
two roads diverged in a wood, and I --
I took the one less traveled by,
And that has made all the difference.

Todays MSM would no doubt call this a "historic moment" worthy of a Noble Peace Prize!

Sunday, December 27, 2009

March for Life 2010 - Washington, DC


Who is not looking forward to March for Life 2010? Should be fun!
Great time to show our representatives that we stand for life. Take lots of pictures and movies as we know the MSM will not be covering it.
Friday, January 22, 2010, NOON
The Mall and 7th Street
Rally – 37th Annual March for Life Theme:
“Stand Up Now —
Unite for the Life Principles —
No Exception! No Compromise!”

March along Constitution Avenue, up Capitol Hill to the Supreme Court, and to the Congress.
Be sure to visit the office of your Congressman and two Senators to let them know that you are here on a work-day in mid-winter to overturn Roe v. Wade on behalf of the innocent preborn boys and girls, and to
UNITE ON THE “LIFE PRINCIPLES!”

March for Life 2010 Complete Agenda - http://www.marchforlife.org/content/view/52/58/

My Sweet Lord, Billy Preston
(OPENS IN SEPARATE WINDOW)


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March for Life 2010 Homepage - http://www.marchforlife.org/
2009 March for Life Pictures - http://www.marchforlife.org/content/view/42/47/

Choose Life!