“I bet they can hear this cheering all the way in Washington, D.C.!”
“The independent voters of Massachusetts have spoken!”
People are chanting “41!”
Brown says he has spoken to “interim Senator Paul Kirk and he has completed his work as a Senator.”
Classy guy praising Ted Kennedy, calling him “a force like no other in this state.” First call he made was to the late Democrat’s widow Vicki. Pledges to be a worthy successor that long-serving Senator.
“It was all of us against the machine.”
He just gave Mitt Romney a big boost for his 2012 campaign by singling him out for praise. He also singled out his new colleague John McCain.
Notes that Air Force One made an emergency run to Logan Airport. Sees his victory as something which will reverberate across the country. “When there’s trouble in Massachusetts, there’s trouble everywhere.”
“People do not want the trillion dollar health care bill that is being forced on the American people.” We can do better. Interesting to note that he begin his conclusion by focusing on “need to start fresh” on health care. Ok, he sounded like he was concluding, but he’s got some great stuff on standing with our troops and against terrorists!
“Giving new rights to terrorists is the wrong agenda for our country.” Guy kind of sounds like a lesbian’s father.
In this election season that’s about to begin, “let them take a look at what happened in Massachusetts.” Because what happened here can happen all over America.