IF MA DEMS BLOCK BROWN’S SEATING IN U.S. SENATE
by John Charlton
(Jan. 15, 2009) — The Hillbuzz.org, an online political news site, has published an editorial calling for an Orange Revolution. The unsigned essay expresses the now widespread expectation that Scott Brown will win the special election in Massachusetts to fill the U.S. Senate seat vacated by the death of Edward Kennedy. In response to numerous reports that the democratic-controlled state government in that Commonwealth will take steps to forestall the seating of Brown in the U.S. Senate so as to prevent him from voting against the joint version of the Health Care Reform Bill, the author insists that extreme measures should be taken:
“If they really and truly do try to block the seating …, then Republicans need to rally this entire country to march on Washington and take back our government from the Liberal coup.”
The author of the article explains that what he is calling for is Revolution:
“VOLCANIC needs to be what we set our rage to. The response to Democrats’ efforts to stall Brown’s certification and ram a Healthcare Rationing Bill through before he can get to Washington to save the day must be met with all the resistance, verve, and passion of our forefathers when they battled the British in our first War of Independence. We’re serious when we say that, should Harry Reid, Nancy Pelosi, and our current president really do this, every man, woman, and child with a car or enough money for a plane or train ticket needs to head to the Capital and FILL THE ENTIRE CITY OF WASHINGTON, DC with protests the likes of which have only been seen in European and Latin American countries when their governments falls…and people like Marie Antoinette and her narcissist husband lost their heads. Protests should be so strong, so loud, and so prolonged that Democrats resign from the Senate in droves so Governors can replace new ones, because the people will have so lost faith in the current Gang of 60 that the people force cooler heads to prevail in the Liberal-Socialist Democrat Party.”
And finishes his essay with a call for preparation and grassroots planning for organization.
However, The Post & Email notes that nowhere in the essay does the author use the phrase,”Orange Revolution,” even though what he is calling for is precisely that. However, it should be noted that the author believes the current Republican Leadership, or Sarah Palin, have the kind of verve to pull it off.
For more information on the risk of an Orange Revolution breaking out, click the Orange Revolution tag at the end of this article.
Sharon Rondeau has operated The Post & Email since April 2010, focusing on the Obama birth certificate investigation and other government corruption news. She has reported prolifically on constitutional violations within Tennessee’s prison and judicial systems.