Tuesday, January 19, 2010

A Blue State Turns Brown!

I will be writing this post in brown in honor of the newest Senator of Massachusetts! I just got off of Skype with TOTUS. I had to do some major consoling! Not just because of Scott Brown's victory, but because he still reeling from the Great Opologizer's handling of reading TOTUS when a heckler interrupted the President's campaign speech for Marcia Croaxley. Poor TOTUS! He's so overworked, and his boss is currently curled in the fetal position crying his eyes out!

Madame was super busy tonight. She talked to Greta via phone discussing Brown's win! You can listen to her call above. The BOTUS helped out with that one, and she also helped Madame make a congratulatory call to Senator-elect Brown. Then, she and I got to work on a brilliant Facebook post and a nice tweet this evening! She not only congratulated Senator-elect Brown; she also was nice enough to the softy southpaws some advice on health care reform. Isn't she charitable? As always, Madame's last line was best: "
When you go to Washington, may you never forget the ordinary citizens you met while driving that truck through the great Commonwealth of Massachusetts." So while President Obama and the softy southpaws continue to throw people under the bus, Senator -elect Brown will arrive in Washington in a truck!

If a fiscal conservative can win in Massachusetts, what does that say for the rest of the country? Madame had warned in earlier Facebook posts that 2010 was coming. Well, 2010 is here! This is a good start!

The only thing missing from today is Madame asking John Kerry, "why the long face?"


anniecollier said...

Yes, LOTUS! Brown is the new Black. And I mean that in the nicest possible way.

Patrick S. Adams said...

After all her sit down interviews and pretty make up jobs and nice clothes, Sarah's best moment as an analyst and Fox News contributor was this phone call. She gave one of the best political analyses I've heard in a long time, even on Fox.

It's funny how the mainstream media completely ignores it. I understand that the other networks don't usually cover each others' pundits, but the hypocrisy here is how the lamestream media made such a big deal over a stupid little exchange between Palin and Beck about the Founding Fathers.

They're quick to portray her as dumb, but when she gives an intelligent, well spoken, well thought out analysis, the lamestream media is nowhere to be found.