Did Brown's win in Massachusetts give you a renewed sense of hope for our country?

  • YES!

    36%
  • NO!

    31%
  • I am not sure but I hope so...

    14%
  • Don't care, either way...

    17%
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agentwanda
Submitted by at 8:40 PM on Jan. 23, 2010
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Did Brown's win in Massachusetts give you a renewed sense of hope for our country?

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agentwanda
Submitted by at 8:40 PM on Jan. 23, 2010
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  • tnmomofive
    Submitted by   at 8:52 PM on January 23, 2010

    I voted yes because the fact is folks are not happy with president Obama and alot of the rest on the hill.MA which has been a mostly liberal voting state and havent elected a pub since the 70's for senate speaks volumes..Hopefully Brown will do good but it does speak VOLUMES...Now onto November LETS GO!

  • RutterMama
    Submitted by   at 12:33 AM on January 24, 2010

    Yes! Yes! Yes!

  • jamiesmoma
    Submitted by   at 1:02 AM on January 24, 2010

    nope. we're fucked. "our" government is rotten to core. we are not truly free at all.

  • WhoCares22...
    Submitted by   at 2:17 AM on January 24, 2010

    Yes! One dem wit out at a time. I think this will look even better come the 2010 election's. Oh my somebody is looking more and more like a lame duck every day! I can't wait!!

  • Jenna66
    Submitted by   at 9:34 AM on January 24, 2010

    I think people voted for him out of fear. Coakley did so much fighting for women, gays and the disabled. Scott was just fortunate enough to run when the people of Mass were looking for someone that promised things he will not really be able to do. The economy will not recover any faster because he holds the senate seat.

  • cam_s
    Submitted by   at 11:53 AM on January 24, 2010

    I voted "am not sure, but I hope so" because I'm a hapless pessimistic. We'll see in the coming months. That being said, I'm looking forward to voting a lot of these crooks out of office in 2010.

  • mustbeGRAC...
    Submitted by   at 12:49 PM on January 24, 2010

    I have nothing good to say about Obama and his wacked, weird administration.

    Just a bunch of weird-ass people.
    That's all.
    Screwed, them first, then us.

  • mumma28
    Submitted by   at 12:55 PM on January 24, 2010

    I voted "I hope so, ecause I am not sure" I don't know who to trust in the government.

  • mommy_lisa...
    Submitted by   at 1:45 PM on January 24, 2010

    No, we simply voted in another career politician. It doesn't matter if he has a (D) or (R) by his name, his number one interest is himself not his constituents. As long as Americans continue to vote for career politicians I will continue to not have an increased sense of hope.

  • jazzymom19...
    Submitted by   at 2:58 PM on January 24, 2010

    I think Brown was the better and more appealing candidate in this race. Those in the Christian conservative movement will likely but some disappointed in Brown as he is moderate to liberal on a lot of issues. I do hope Scott Brown's election signals that more open and forthright people will be elected this year.If a candidate acts and sounds like John Edwards run for the hills.

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