(Manassas, VA) - The following is a statement by Richard A. Viguerie, Chairman of ConservativeHQ.com, regarding today's special election in Massachusetts:
"In Tuesday's (January 19, 2010) special election to fill the Senate seat formerly occupied by the late Ted Kennedy, Massachusetts voters are adding their voices to those from Virginia and New Jersey voters.
"A wave is building that on November 2, 2010 will carry far more Democrats at the state and federal levels out of office than happened in the 1994 "Gingrich Revolution."
"The fear and anger of American voters at the incumbent big-government party is so strong that no Democrat in America will be immune from the voters' wrath this November.
"The signs are clear for even the most committed liberals and the mainstream media to see a defeat of historic proportions is facing the Democratic Party in this November election.
"President Obama has three choices:
"1) He can quickly institute a mid-course shakeup of his White House staff and cabinet, abandon his socialist legislative agenda and propose free market solutions to America's economic problems;
"2) He can continue his present course and take most Democrats on the November ballot over a high cliff and so weaken the Democratic Party that a new centrist party will arise to replace the present Democratic Party; or
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Wall Street Journal - "If YouTube video views were to decide today's Senate election in Massachusetts, Republican state Sen. Scott Brown would win in a landslide against Democrat Martha Coakley."
Activists Fan Out, Looking for Scandals
Washington Independent (Dave Weigel) - Conservative bloggers and activists are making the rounds in Massachusetts looking for fraud. "I'm told that around 150 conservatives are in town, armed with cameras, looking for fraud-mostly in Boston."
Getting Out The Vote In Massachusetts Senate Race: One Side Has An App For That
Talking Points Memo - "Scott Brown has taken a page from the Barack Obama playbook, using his Web site as the hub for a get-out-the-vote operation."
Democrats in CA Alarmed by Tight Massachusetts Race
Before It's News - "The possible loss of a U.S. Senate seat in Massachusetts has Democrats on edge 3,000 miles away in California, where party activists fear a GOP upset today could trigger a conservative wave and swamp health care reform and the 2010 midterm elections."
Virginia, Tea Parties Flood Capitol Square, with Message to Both Parties
Washington Post - "Members of various groups affiliated with the so-called Tea Party movement are making a show of strength in Richmond today, rallying more than 1,000 demonstrators for a Capitol Square protest and then flooding the General Assembly building to meet with lawmakers."
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