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Red Invades Blue Campaign–One Man Could Win It All
From Jolly Rogers–Dave Roger’s Blog

People are scared lately.

I know, because the e-mails and notes I get all lead to one question – what can we do? With Congress no longer listening, and the rest of our leadership free-wheeling us into a very dark future, how can we fight?

How can we win?

Demonstrations of even massive size haven’t done it. Letters and e-mails and tweets have fallen flat, because our representatives refuse to represent us – they would rather line their pockets and enjoy the trappings of elite society. Can you feel it in your bones? Can you feel the anger and the fear out there? Don’t you see it and hear it?

It’s easy to cast around and sink into whatever black hole waits for the despondent. But I am not one to give up or back down. You want to make a difference? You want to feel some measure of control again? You want to win?

To do it, it requires a simple, small step. But that small step will make such a statement that it will be heard everywhere. You and I are going to help take back a Senate seat – but not just any seat. We’re seeking to take the former seat of Senator Ted Kennedy.

In just 21 days, Scott Brown, a Lt. Col. In the Massachusetts National Guard is going to face a tough special election against the Dem Candidate, Martha Coakley, an attorney general who has failed to face off against ACORN, vacillated on her position on various issues, and accepted assistance from SEIU, which publicly admitted to using state resources to campaign for her. Other aspects of Coakley’s job performance, suggests she is a very questionable character – not unlike those already currently occupying the nation’s capitol.

In contrast, Brown is a straightforward guy who clearly states his positions and stands by his record as a State Senator.

“The most important of our challenges is getting the U.S. economy moving again,” said Brown. “People are hurting as they struggle to make ends meet. They’re worried about their future, and that of their children and grandchildren. I want to ensure that we leave them an America that is financially stronger and independent: minus a national debt that we can never repay.”

Brown is an advocate of free enterprise, a fiscal conservative who as a serviceman, himself, is firmly behind the nation’s veterans. He’s a supporter of Second Amendment rights, believes states should be free to make their own determination on marriage law and believes Iran’s leadership should be stopped from acquiring nuclear weapons – or isolated from the rest of the world until they give them up. His opponent, of course, believes “personal” meetings with the Iranian dictator are the answer.

At http://www.brownforussenate.com, you can read about the guy in much greater detail. But here’s the simple truth:

You may believe you simply don’t count – after all, this is an election happening in 21 days, in a small place, many of you have never heard of. Scott Brown is a nice, regular guy, whom you might meet anywhere, but he’s still in a race against some forgettable apparatchik in a part of the country you’ve never visited.

How can we win?

Consider this. If it is possible to seat Brown in our nation’s capitol, the simple statement that will make, will be remarkable. In a position formally held by Kennedy – the oft-remarked “father” of the government’s current Public Health Care Reform goals – Brown will be the beginning of major change. A win by Brown would mean a Republican filibuster could not be stopped. Put quite simply – if Brown gets in, he changes everything.

That simple act would signal the end of the Socialist dreams of our country’s current leadership. You want a way to get to them? You want a way to fight? Here it is.

All we have to do is get the word out. We, the regular people, have to get this story and Scott Brown’s website out to as many like-minded folks as possible. We have 21 days to back this guy up in some kind of meaningful way and fill the voting booths with folks who are ready to make America great again.

Just one guy could change it all.

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