A Lexington & Concord Moment: Chris Matthews Trying to Make Excuses that Mass Senate Brown – Coakley Race … Obama’s Credibility Going to Take a Hit for Truck Comment
Deat Barack Hussein Obama … guess what, people in Massachusetts drive trucks too and many of the vote.
Wow, even Chris Matthews admits that the Brown win over Coakley is a Lexington and Concord moment and a shot heard around the world. Mathews admits that every one is going to know that Obamacare was at stake in this election.
The Massachusetts Senate race will directly affect not only the Obama-Reid-Pelosi health care bill, but it will also damage President Barack Obama. It really is the “canary in the coal mine”.
Obama staked his entire Presidency on the government take over of health care while going against the will and anger of the American public. Every inch of the way “We the People” said no to Obamacare and Democrats kept pushing.
Who knew that Obama’s Waterloo would possibly be in Massachusetts of all places? The very seat once held by Ted Kennedy might be Obama’s and Obamacares undoing.
However, it is not just Obamacare that was on the ballot, it is the elitist and arrogant attitude of Barack Obama and this Democrat Administration and their minions. In a last ditch effort, albeit too late, Barack Hussein Obama went to Massachusetts to stump for Coakley and in turn insult Republican Senate candidate Scott Brown and his truck.
How low has Obama sunk to insult and make jokes like this about a Senate candidate? How un-presidential could The One possibly be? This will become a campaign ad against Obama is 2012 no doubt. But this is just more of the same of the Hope & Change promised by Obama.
How shallow can this President be?
Today Barack Obama campaigned for Martha Coakley in Boston and bashed Scott Brown and truck owners several times during his speech. Obama told the crowd, “Anybody can own a truck.”
Here is the ad that Obama is making fun of. I guess Obama must have forgot all the smoke and mirror ads that his campaign did during the 2008 Presidential election like the ones where the health care reform debate would be on C-SPAN?
This election is about a referendum on Obamacare and Barack Obama, not Scott Brown’s truck or the fact that Coakley is a nit-wit and does not know who Curt Schilling is. For those who want to be honest, it’s not just that Coackley is a bad candidate, it’s about Obama having bad policies on the economy, unemployment, health care and national security for America.