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01/18/2010

2 out of 3 historically negligent historians agree: Scott Brown will 'tear down that wall'

by Jeremy Hooper
"We can't recall ever having seen the kind of enthusiasm and passion across the state - among Republicans, Independents, and even many Contrada-CamenkerDemocrats - for a any candidate, particularly a Republican, that we're seeing for Scott Brown!

In many ways it reminds us of the euphoria when the Berlin Wall was about to fall. The idea of the common people finally being able to stop a totalitarian juggernaut is very exciting. And in many ways that's what the radical Obama agenda being railroaded through Congress has been.
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-Radical anti-gay group MassResistance, whose own rhetoric has earned them the dubious distinction of being one of the eleven anti-gay groups to make the Southern Poverty Law Center's "hate groups" list [Source]

Where is this America that exists in the far-right movement's head, and how do ensure we never drive through it?

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Funny, I thought they would embrace such regimes that routinely executed homosexuals.

Posted by: Dale | Jan 18, 2010 6:24:05 PM

It's apparent that Mass Resistance is trying to attach itself to the Brown campaign should it win so the organization can claim a bit of the credit. In reality, Mass Resistance has been known to alienate EVERYONE in the state.

Posted by: a. mcewen | Jan 18, 2010 7:03:28 PM

Sadly, I think we're on the exit ramp and approaching the overpass. This country has been going quietly (and sometimes not so quietly) nuts for a decade now. Another charming piece of legacy from the Bush regime -- thanks, George! Really appreciate it!

Posted by: Sean Martin | Jan 19, 2010 11:32:40 AM

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