Brown would do well to listen to the people who are sending him to Washington

I can just hear Scott Brown saying to himself after winning in Massachusetts last night, "How great I am!" 

Not so fast Senator Brown.

Bay State patriots put Brown into office in order to keep Coakley and the Democrats from creating more of a stranglehold on our very existence.   By last week, reports on donations to Brown's campaign from across the U.S. were totaling $1.2 million per day.

He had better keep his promise to vote against the health care reform bill, and to fight for our constitutional rights, or he'll be finding himself being kicked out into the cold by the very people who voted for him.

Ben Nelson had to feel ashamed when restaurant goers told him in plain language to get out of their sight.  That is the way it will be from now on.  Ordinary Americans are speaking up; they're mad as hell, and they're not taking it any more.

Scott Brown's first order of business should be to listen to his supporters.  It sounds so simple, yet, most of our elected officials, both Democrat and Republican, have been turning a deaf ear to the people's wishes. 

The Massachusetts senatorial election is an American referendum on the people's dissatisfaction with the reckless spending going on in Washington by a Democrat controlled congress.

Last fall, the Virginia and New Jersey governors' elections triggered a massive wave promising to wash away any politician not worthy of his office.

Americans have joined together in the battle to save our country, and we are doing it state by state, city by city, and county by county. We have put our politicians on notice, and there will be no stemming the tide of the Great Tsunami of November 2010.

I can just hear Scott Brown saying to himself after winning in Massachusetts last night, "How great I am!" 

Not so fast Senator Brown.

Bay State patriots put Brown into office in order to keep Coakley and the Democrats from creating more of a stranglehold on our very existence.   By last week, reports on donations to Brown's campaign from across the U.S. were totaling $1.2 million per day.

He had better keep his promise to vote against the health care reform bill, and to fight for our constitutional rights, or he'll be finding himself being kicked out into the cold by the very people who voted for him.

Ben Nelson had to feel ashamed when restaurant goers told him in plain language to get out of their sight.  That is the way it will be from now on.  Ordinary Americans are speaking up; they're mad as hell, and they're not taking it any more.

Scott Brown's first order of business should be to listen to his supporters.  It sounds so simple, yet, most of our elected officials, both Democrat and Republican, have been turning a deaf ear to the people's wishes. 

The Massachusetts senatorial election is an American referendum on the people's dissatisfaction with the reckless spending going on in Washington by a Democrat controlled congress.

Last fall, the Virginia and New Jersey governors' elections triggered a massive wave promising to wash away any politician not worthy of his office.

Americans have joined together in the battle to save our country, and we are doing it state by state, city by city, and county by county. We have put our politicians on notice, and there will be no stemming the tide of the Great Tsunami of November 2010.

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