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by Doug Cook

(Jan. 21, 2010) — It’s music to the ears; a sound so sweet; words heard around the world from the new senator-elect, Scott Brown of the great Commonwealth of Massachusetts:

“With all due respect, it’s not the Kennedys’ seat, it’s not the Democrats’ seat; it’s the people’s seat.”

Tristram Dalton, U.S. Senator from Newburyport, Massachusetts, was the first to hold the seat, which Brown just won. He served in the US. Senate from 1789 to 1791.

So sweet the sound, a saving grace. No wonder why so many founding fathers hail from there.

This guy has fire of patriotism; he has the constitutional grace of a true patriot, ike another warrior-civilian representative of the people, Col. Allen West, who is running for Congress in Florida.

Watching the usual suspects and talking heads, something keeps coming to mind. It is not so much a question of “Can you hear us now?” It is “Do you understand a paradigm shift has occured?”

It is a sea change, a tsunami of principles, a raging riptide, an undertow that is about to sweep the legs out from under the political machine, sweep it out to sea like the odorous flotsam of low tide!

Just as, as long as we believe in the Republic, The Constitution, The Bill of Rights, these instruments of Liberty and Freedom will never die or become consumed by evil forces, so tyranny will never prevail,.

If We the People are not being heard, it does not matter, because we hear us now! We believe, that is all that matters. You see, we crossed the Rubicon on Tuesday, we are on the offensive now. Today we get to call the shots! We make ’em fight on our terms now. The axis of power has shifted!

Go ahead, Barney Frank, try and pull your voter scam; come on, Nancy, Harry and Barry, try and slip that monstrosity over on us. Hey, Sunstein! You aren’t getting your greasy meat hooks on my musket, no how, no when, not never. Go ahead, fellers, just try it.

I say let ’em turn a blind eye, let ’em stick their fingers in their ears and sing lalalalala while they try to do the dirty, the Chicago two-step, fool only themselves with cheap excuses about how it has to be done this way or that as if only they are worthy of some secret backroom poop all high and mighty. That is just fine back of the bus and everything, reckoning is a 200-car coal train bearing down, the dead-man’s switch is jammed full throttle, it is the 12:01 Peoples Express.

The man in black could sing it;

Can you hear that whistle blowing, can you hear it ’round the bend, can you hear that train a-comin’………

For the longest time I fretted and a worried my voice wasn’t heard…I reckon now that is a good thing, we be under their radar, and when we pop up to drop our bomb-load of free speech, they will never know what hit ’em.

When the fight gets dirty, you gotta get plumb mean, I’m saying we got to get right in close and fight harder, till they is off balance, keep ’em on their heels, keep ’em going backwards, give ’em the rope-a-dope, hit ’em so many times they think they’re surrounded, wear ’em down with the body blows, then when those gloves drop give ’em the upper cut so hard it knocks ’em into next week.

Watching and listening to everyone jabbering on the boob tube, all the chin music about who is to blame, the punditry of who’s going to do what, this or that, there is one tiny bit that almost everyone misses.

This ain’t about the same ole same ole; no, sir. It is paradigm shift time, a sea change in thinking.

It’s the people’s chair, the paradigm, it’s the people dummy. When the truth bites them on the rump, they will still be scratching their heads in wonder. And that is why they are where they are now, and why they won’t be there for long.

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    Obama has suspicious number of letter-writing fans named ‘Ellie Light’

    Ellie Light sure gets around.

    In recent weeks, Light has published virtually identical “Letters to the Editor” in support of President Barack Obama in more than a dozen newspapers. Every letter claimed a different residence for Light that happened to be in the newspaper’s circulation area….

    A letter from Light in the Jan. 20 edition of the San Francisco Examiner concluded with an identical sentence, but with an address for Light all the way across the country in Daly City, California.

    Variations of Light’s letter ran in Ohio’s Mansfield News Journal on Jan. 13, with Light claiming an address in Mansfield; in New Mexico’s Ruidoso News on Jan. 12, claiming an address in Three Rivers; in South Carolina’s The Sun News on Jan. 18, claiming an address in Myrtle Beach; and in the Daily News Leader of Staunton, Virginia on Jan. 15, claiming an address in Waynesboro. Her publications list includes other papers in Ohio, West Virginia, Maine, Michigan, Iowa, Pennsylvania and California, all claiming separate addresses….

  2. You’re missing the point. If the 17th had NEVER EXISTED the political history of Mass. and of the U.S. would be completely and entirely different. The Kennedy’s might have become productive members of society instead of the leeches they are because the power would not have been there for them to take. I never said there isn’t gerrymandering i just said under the original Constitution the reasons for it and the ability to make it happen easily would not be there. Again. without the 17th (and 16th) amendment the federal government would be a fraction of the size it is now and would have none of the power it now exercises.

  3. I don’t know if Scott Brown is a conservative’s conservative, but one thing I know is that this was one instance where the news media could NOT ignore, or sweep under the rug, an event that had to be covered, whether they wanted to cover it or not. How refreshing to listen to, and participate in, an event that Obama and his regime could not censor, even though they knew it was not going in their favor. They dared not try to pretend that this ground swell of patriot uprising didn’t exist among the people who pay their salaries.

    The following is what was found on Scott Brown concerning his stance on some issues in case anyone is interested.

    Googled brownforussenate.com and it states what he believes on the issues:

    a.) GUNS……..he supports 2nd amendment
    b.) DEATH PENALTY…….some crimes are so heinous that they deserve capital punishment
    c.) MARRIAGE…….He believes that marriage is between a man and a woman, but states should be free to make their own laws in this area.
    d.) ISREAL………he supports a 2-state solution but Isreal has to have the right to exist.
    e.) IMMIGRATION………is for strong borders and is against giving illegals licenses and in-state tuition. He is also against amnesty. Also supports employment verification system.
    f.) ENERGY……….for alternate energy but against cap and trade.
    g.) ABORTION……..believes we should reduce # of abortions, states should regulate, supports parental consent & notification requirements, and opposes partial birth abortions.
    h.) VETS……..supports benefits for returning vets and supports benefits to the family of those killed in action.
    i.) HEALTH CARE………supports health care but not the one being put through at this time.
    j.) TAXES…….supports lower taxes
    k.) IRAN………supports a bipartisan Iran sanctions bill until Ahmadinejad gives up his nuclear ambitions.

    I hope Scott Brown doesn’t go to Washington DC and become corrupted, but that’s all we can hope for with any candidate we put in office.

  4. Unfortunately, it should be the State legislatures seat. The direct election of Senators was one of the biggest steps in the destruction of our Republic. REPEAL THE 17th AMENDMENT!


    Mr. Charlton replies: The Gerrgymandering of districts for the State Legislature in Massachusetts has resulted in Democratic Control of that body for a generation. If it wasn’t for the 17th Amendment, Coakley would have been elected.

    1. Your missing the big picture. If the federal government functioned as originally intended, with the costs being paid by the states and the states being represented by Senators, this whole health care fiasco would have never even existed. None of the unconstitutional acts, the undeclared wars, pork barrel spending, etc., the Congress perpetrates would occur. We would be living in an entirely different world.


      Mr. Charlton replies: U.S. Senators Kerry and Kennedy would have been elected by the MA legislature, without the 17th Amendment; they voted for all these things you list; so I do not see that the world would be that different, without the 17th Amendment. The 17th Amendment prevents the MA invention called, “Gerrymandering,” from disenfranchizing the voters in the matter of Federal Elections. Gerrymandering is a tactic of the dominant party in each state, now-a-days. The 17th Amendment was not necessary at the start because you did not have this level of corruption in the state legislatures.

      Gerrymandering is the tactic whereby the districts apportioned for one congressional or state seat are so divided as to create a winding electoral district which begins in a major city dominated by one party and winds like a serpent into the hinterland. In MA, it is sufficient to win Boston, Lawrence, Springfield and Worcester to control the entire state, by this method.

      1. Without the 17th I doubt Kerry and Kennedy would have even gone into politics. The federal government would be a fraction of the size it is now and Senators would not be able to wield so much power. The public couldn’t be disenfranchised from voting for Senators since they wouldn’t even get to vote for them. They wouldn’t be disenfranchised from voting for Congressmen since there are many more of them and they each wield less power. It would be much harder for politicians to get away with their crap since the people would be voting for state legislatures at the local level who would then elect the Senators. I don’t see gerrymandering coming into effect. Even if one party managed to control a state for a period of time they could just be offset by the other 49 states Senators. The Framers set it up so the states would have representation in the federal government. Without it the feds have grown out of control. We need to reestablish that necessary check.


        Mr. Charlton replies: Ice, I suggest you read a history of politics in MA; your first sentence is absolutely false. And if you don’t see Gerrymandering, you are in denial. Its been around for more than 100 years.