‘The People’s Seat.’

This was easily the most important thing said at yesterday’s Brown/Coakley debate.

(Via American Glob; H/T The Other McCain; see also Nice Deb.)

There’s a reason why Brown raised 1.3 million dollars in just over 24 hours (and over 1 million in 24 hours) yesterday; it’s because the Massachusetts Senatorial race reeks of entitlement. The major reason why Brown is able to be in a position to line himself up for an upset in a week? Because Coakley decided that she owned the seat sufficiently to not even bother with campaigning. And why did she decide that? Because she’s a Massachusetts Democrat and the Kennedy clan signed off on her nomination. What else did she need?

The truly ironic bit? Ted Kennedy must be spinning in his grave over this dismissive display of arrogance. The man was legendary for his thoroughness when it came to constituent services.

Moe Lane

PS: Scott Brown for Massachusetts Senate.

Crossposted to RedState.

3 thoughts on “‘The People’s Seat.’”

  1. I agree, it’s not Ted Kennedy’s seat, it’s the peoples seat. BUT, Sen. Kennedy did spend 40 years in the seat and never even came close to losing the seat. Ted stood for what the people believed and only someone you is inline with the people who voted for him is the only way, and my friend; Scott Brown is not him. Mr. Brown would be a disaster!

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