The race is getting lots of money pouring in on both sides since it decides whether or not the democrats keep their 60-seat-super-majority in the senate or not.Answer Question
Asked by Anonymous at 10:40 PM on Jan. 13, 2010 in Politics & Current Events
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Answer by Anonymous at 3:23 AM on Jan. 14, 2010
If Brown wins (and I hope he does!), it will mark a MAJOR shift in Massachusetts politics--imagine a fiscally conservative Republican taking Ted Kennedy's seat! LOL
But like Anon above said....if he wins, I have no doubt the Democrats will stall with every trick up their sleeves to delay his swearing in, and "recounting" of votes. I'm sure they'll even find a few boxes of absentee ballots in some custodial closet, just like in the Franken v. Colburn race!
And of course Coakley believes there are "no terrorists in Afghanistan!" (yes, it's a blog, BUT it contains original links available ANYWHERE--that doesn't cherry pick, that is! LOL) I believe even liberals think we should be in Afghanistan!
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