Tuesday, January 12, 2010

Republicans/Conservatives are inspired

I have to say, it has been many years since we have seen this kind of inspiration out of Republicans/conservatives.

No matter what happens in the Senate race in Massachusetts, there are impressive signs of life on the right side of the aisle.

Yesterday, the Republican candidate, Scott Brown, held a money bomb fundraiser on the internet. His original goal of $500,000 collected in a internet fundraiser would be very difficult to reach. Especially since Massachusetts is the blue-est of blue states and the idea of actually winning this seat is nearly impossible even under the best circumstances for Republicans.

Defying all liberal logic, the $500,000 goal set the Brown campaign had been reached by early afternoon, so they raised the goal to $750,000. The $750K goal was reached by early evening. From there the Brown campaign just let it ride.

Many a Republican/conservative from around this country donated, even if it was only a few dollars.

Total raised? A staggering $1,303,302.50!

Even in a seat that the Republican should most likely lose, many a conservative rose up to take on the challenge .

This is a sign of new things to come in 2010. Republicans/conservatives are fired up!

Even better the liberal media meme of teapartiers being to extreme has been destroyed. Many a tea party leader has supported Scott Brown, like Michelle Malkin.

Clearly, Scott Brown is not a super conservative. He is pro-abortion, pro-gay marriage and pro-RomneyCare. However, Scott Brown is anti-ObamaCare.

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