The Day The Democrat Congress Stood Still … Republican Scott Brown Sworn In As US Senator from Massacusetts


It’s official … “The Scott Heard Around the World” or at least through the halls of the US Congress in Washington, DC. Scott Brown has been officially sworn in as a United States Senator for the state of Massachusetts.

Do you solmonly swear that you will support and defend the Constitution of the United States against all enemies foreign and domestic …

As VP Joeseph Biden swore in Scott Brown yesterday and asked the above question in the oath, maybe the rest of the Senators, especially on the Democrat side of the aisle should have run those same words through their head and answered in the affirmative as well.

Not only did Scott Brown do the unthinkable in Massachusetts and win the late Ted Kennedy’s Senate seat, it appears that the Freshman Senator will also be getting Ted’s old office as well.

It’s the day that the Obama Administration stood still as their reign of ramming unpopular legislation down the throats of Americans has officially come to an end.

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  • Comments

    5 Responses to “The Day The Democrat Congress Stood Still … Republican Scott Brown Sworn In As US Senator from Massacusetts”

    1. super dave on February 5th, 2010 11:12 am

      well, at least one of the politicians pictured above believes in the constitution.

    2. Independents4Change on February 5th, 2010 12:32 pm

      We were happy to unite with all of our Conservative Brothers & Sisters and join together with the MAJORITY of AMERICANS who are Right Center/MODERATE INDEPENDENTS…all of us American Citizens tired of the same old EXTREME LIBERAL LEFTIST BS that got us in this mess in the first place.

      We need more bipartisan leadership in the Senate with our Congressional Leaders—Mr. Brown is just beginning to get to work on Capital Hill. Hope so many more across US will get in line and follow suit—2010 will be the year of REP dominance in Statewide elections…all the way up the food chain to the top instead of down.

      Congratulations, Senator Brown. We are delighted we could be of some assistance and will continue to support you in your journey and political travels in DC


    3. NewGirlBoston on February 5th, 2010 12:41 pm

      Well, thanks #1 ! There were thousands upon thousands more of us Independents here than originally thought in this very blue State. We are the Independent Majority—exactly how you describe it above. =)

      We are all proud of Scott Brown and what he accomplished in a relatively short time. The Junior Senator seemed to understand that listening to what the people wanted and sticking to the core issues —gave him instant respect and so many could relate to him. He just talked common sense—did not or does not come across like he is going to be the “Great Savior” in Washington like when a certain candidate was running and won the Office of US President.

      It was, is and shall ever be “THE PEOPLE’S SEAT”—probably the most important sound bite to come from Brown’s last televised debate with Coakley when everyone really started paying attention. Smart man.

      We send Senator Brown to Washington, gladly—hoping that in U=unison with others across the board–he can begin to make a difference and win back some respect in the house that has gone astray.

      THANKS, Senator Brown and Go get ‘em!

    4. super dave on February 5th, 2010 5:38 pm

      let’s hope that in November we get several more Scott Browns.

    5. Mary on February 6th, 2010 7:26 am

      First of all I did not vote for Obama but America gave him his chance and all his cronies and they blew it……now maybe we can get back to decent people that believe in America and give us back our Freedom and respect for our country. Congratulations Mr. Scott Brown you have our support.

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