Friday, January 22, 2010
What can Brown do to you?
Massachusetts voters, fed up with the prospect of health care reform for the other 49 states in the union, voted for a guy who drives a truck and knows who Curt Schilling is.
Now that Republicans have achieved a 41-vote supermajority in the Senate (42 if you count Joe Lieberman, of course), the verdict is clear. Americans who voted for change in 2008 have been outvoted by Massachusetters who voted for change in 2010. Republicans have called for the administration to slow down health care reform -- which, at the previous pace, would mean shifting into reverse.