Wednesday, January 20, 2010

Scott Brown Wins. Welcome In Camelot 2.0 Finally Thank God

The Scott Heard Around The World has ushered in a neo Camelot which has displaced the Kennedy senatorial regime that has continued uninterrupted since 1953. The Kennedy Camelot mystique, after derailing America for over 50 years - pushed by an amoral media and academia - must now suffer its requiem at the hands of all American truck driver, Scott Brown, Republican.

How could today's Boston, once known as the intellectual and freedom loving Hub Of The Universe, have morphed into the, now repentant, pedophile priest capital of the world, as well as the home of the leftist Boston Globe, John Kerry and Barney Frank? Apologies, somewhat to Massachusetts, as Senator Frank was born in New Jersey.

Camelot 1.0 started with a halfway decent JFK (he was decent except to Jacqueline), but became quite disfigured through Teddy and the rest of JFK's kin, especially those abiding in and around Teddy's compound. Check out my take on Teddy Kennedy's legacy at Teddy Kennedy's Bad Habit Of Leaving People Behind. Actually, the entire Kennedy clan got a very bad start because of the gangster dealings and vote fixing of old granddad Joe Kennedy Sr.
NBC, more afraid of losing the Massachusetts Democratic Senate seat than losing Conan O'Brien, pulled out all the "big" guns to put lipstick on Coakley and make her look politically pretty.

Ed Schultz called Republicans bastards, and then hinted that Mass voters should vote "ten times" to keep Brown from winning. The Acorn nut does not fall too far from the tree, I guess.

The Berkshires of Massachusetts (very Left upper corner of the state), I just learned, is referred to as the Rachel Maddow Belt. Boston and the Berkshires heavily supported Coakley, while most of the rest of Mass voted American.
Speaking of the Brown basher Maddow, she looked catatonic as she had to announce on MSNBC that Scott had won, and Coakley lost: "Maddow appears stunned as she says that America must "try to absorb the news that Democrats have lost Ted Kennedy's Senate Seat." No, it is the people's seat, Rachel.

Will Keith Dolbermann be eating his words? Dolbermann:"In short, in Scott Brown we have an irresponsible, homophobic, racist, reactionary, ex-nude model, teabagging supporter of violence against woman and against politicians with whom he disagrees. In any other time in our history, this man would have been laughed off the stage as an unqualified and a disaster in the making by the most conservative of conservatives. Instead, the commonwealth of Massachusetts is close to sending this bad joke to the Senate of the United States." No, Dolbermann will still continue eating dog food.

Chris Matthews, the least offensive of all the GE media offenders (and, that ain't saying much) did predict victory for Scott Brown, and righteously quipped, "If they go for Republican Scott Brown it's deliberate, premeditated murder for health care!"

Foreign sounding Markos Moulitsas Zuniga (Daily Kos) predicted a "Dead Heat" on Monday.

The other foreign sounding blog, Huffington Post, heavily criticised Scott Brown for proclaiming that, "Two women having a baby is just not normal."

Just as King Arthur of British 5th century history had to die, and unfortunately, the other famous Camelotian and former Bay Stater, Robert Goulet, passed away 3 years ago, so the Kennedy mystique may have finally been put to rest - if you can believe that Ted Kennedy is "resting." He may be resting, but I, personally, would have been asking God for absolution, instead of the Pope in my last hours. We'll see. . .

Ironically, a third candidate, Joe Kennedy, not related to Ted, won 22,000 votes out of the over 2,000,000 cast in the Massachusetts election, Tuesday. They just keep popping up - those Kennedys.

Congratulations and God Bless to Scott Brown, his family, Massachusetts, and all Americans.