CHQ - SEND THEM A MESSAGE in Massachusetts

Here's my tweet for today:

@RichardViguerie    FYI if involved Mass senate race--in my opinion the best campaign slogan against the establishment candidate is SEND THEM A MESSAGE. #tcot

Scott Brown Money Bomb Raises $1.3 Million in One Day (Michael Patrick Leahy) - "That shaking noise you're hearing is the uncertain hands of Democratic Party leaders in Massachusetts trying to pick up the pieces of the failing Senate campaign of Martha Coakley. The special election to fill the seat previously occupied by the late Senator Ted Kennedy in the United States Senate will be held a week from today on January 19, and all the momentum is with conservative Republican Scott Brown.

"Here's the latest: Yesterday, the Brown campaign held a 'money-bomb' fundraising event, and raised $1.3 million. I don't know for sure, but that might be some sort of a 'money-bomb' record among Senate candidates."

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Michelle Malkin - "The Big Pharma lobbyists and health care special interests are digging deep into their pockets to help out flailing Mass. Democrat Senate candidate Martha Coakley. Remember: Corporate shills for Hope and Change get a pass by the dinosaur media. They won't spread the word. So be sure that you do."

The First Tea Party Senator?    
New York Times- "[Marco] Rubio, who has been dominating straw polls of conservative advocates across Florida while pulling even in real ones, is Hispanic, uses Twitter and listens to Snoop Dogg - not your grandmother's Republican, in other words.

" 'There are people who believe the way to be more successful as Republicans is to be more like Democrats,' Rubio told me early last month, essentially distilling his case against Crist, whom he keeps describing backhandedly as 'a really nice, pleasant guy.' 'And the people who believe we need to be more like Democrats will vote for Charlie Crist.' There is also the more stylistic question of whether Crist's conciliatory approach fits with the basic tenor of an impatient opposition party."

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