It has been a rather incredible week. In a real “two fer”, the election of Republican Scott Brown to represent the state of Massachusetts as a United States Senator has sent both the ghost of Ded Ted and the unholy trinity’s health care “reform” back down to the hell hole from which they rose. And then the Supreme Court, voting on straight progressive vs. conservative ideological lines, struck down most of the McCain-Feingold campaign finance act as unconstitutional.
All of which finds the left staring bug-eyed and slack-jawed.
As the shock wears off, in their anger at being told that their attempts to create a socialist dictatorship out of the Republic of the United States is now seen clearly for what it is and that the American people want no part of it, the spin begins. His Transparency, in particular, is being, well, rather more transparent. And it’s not comforting. Attempting to capitalize on what is being labeled “populist” anger, he went on the stump this week and has started talking “tough”. But, frankly, it sounds more like stupid to me. He told George Stephanopoulos: