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Martha My Dear: Democrats Have Plenty Of Rollover Minutes January 20, 2010


Martha My Dear

by

The Beatles

Martha my dear though I spend my days in conversation
Please
Remember me Martha my love
Don’t forget me Martha my dear

Hold your head up you silly girl look what you’ve done
When you find yourself in the thick of it
Help yourself to a bit of what is all around you
Silly Girl.

Take a good look around you
Take a good look you’re bound to see
That you and me were meant to be for each other
Silly girl.

Hold your hand out you silly girl see what you’ve done
When you find yourself in the thick of it
Help yourself to a bit of what is all around you
Silly girl.

Martha my dear you have always been my inspiration
Please
Be good to me Martha my love
Don’t forget me Martha my dear.

After Martha Coakley’s loss to the Republican, Scott Brown in the Massachusetts race for Ted Kennedy’s vacant senate seat, in typical Democrat jackass fashion, the Obama bus rolls over on the poor woman and the “under the bus” body count rises.

Democrats point fingers after stunning loss

From Ed Hornick and Kristi Keck, CNN

January 20, 2010

Boston, Massachusetts (CNN) Even before the polls closed on Tuesday night, Democrats were distancing themselves from Democrat Martha Coakley and blaming her lackluster campaign for her stunning loss in the U.S. Senate race in Massachusetts.

A top adviser to President Obama rejected assertions that Tuesday’s vote was a referendum on the president or Democratic policies and instead took a shot at Coakley: “Campaigns and candidates matter.”

Wow!!! Coakley is swept under the bus like a tumbleweed with not a moment to spare. Zapped up in the air like Alfre Woodard in that  2004 Julianne Moore movie The Forgotten:

I am sure the Democrats love rolling the bus over Coakley even more because she is a woman.They are good at blaming the ladies. Women are “Blame it all on George Bush” of the DNC world you know.  Obamabots are looking like Yoda yelling “bad apple she is.”

Barry is 0 for 4 when it comes to saving the day for his party and homeboys in Chicago.

The Olympics- blame it on Rio

Massachusetts- Blame it on Martha

Not everyone is falling for it:

January 19, 2010

It’s Not Just About Coakley, Stupid

By Christopher Coffey

January 19, 2010

FOXNews.com

Unfortunately for Democrats, blame for the disastrous Massachusetts Senate race does not rest entirely with candidate Martha Coakley. Responsibility also rests with her party.

Many will be inclined to blame Martha Coakley exclusively should she lose the Senate race in the Bay State. Some will rush to call the election an “aberration” caused by an inferior candidate.
Unfortunately for Democrats, blame for this Senate race does not rest entirely with Coakley. Responsibility also rests with her party.

The Democrats have developed a tin ear for politics, this coming only a year after Barack Obama ran one of the more brilliant campaigns in history. More than ever, Democrats are determined to pass a health care reform bill notwithstanding public sentiment.

According to the recent Fox News/Opinion Dynamics poll, only 12% of those surveyed want President Obama to focus his attention on health care. Close to half of those questioned want him to concentrate on the economy. When it comes to Massachusetts, a Rasmussen poll revealed limited faith in the ability of tax and spend increases to improve the economy. And bear in mind that Democrat’s plans for health care reform will increase both spending and taxes.

The Democrats appear to be ignoring the polls. Of late, they are focusing almost exclusively on health care at the expense of supporting sound economic policy. Even now, people are debating the effect this election will have on health care reform. No one is discussing the effect the Massachusetts election will have on economic policy.

It won’t help Democrats to argue that this election is about local and not national issues. If Coakley loses on Tuesday, it means that the power of President Obama’s personality and agenda may not extend beyond the gates of 1600 Pennsylvania Ave. Voters in Massachusetts may like President Obama, but maybe not enough to put his candidate in the Senate, and not enough to save his domestic priority.”

Speaking of women, I wanted to add that I have heard a lot of untruths of late about women and Massachusetts concerning political offices.  In particular, there was a reporter, I think on MSNBC or CNN who said that Massachusetts has never had a female governor.  That is not so.

Former Gov. Jane Swift (R-MA) unveiling her official portrait at the Massachusetts State Senate Chamber

From Wikipedia:

Jane Maria Swift (born February 24, 1965) is an American politician and the former Republican Governor of Massachusetts.  She is the only woman to hold that position, serving from April 2001 to January 2003. At the time she became acting governor, Swift was the youngest person in the country to hold the position of governor or acting governor. In 1990, at the age of 25, she was the youngest woman ever elected to the Massachusetts Senate.

Get it straight liberals.

I caught the mistake because I attended graduate school in Massachusetts and during that time Jane Swift was my governor.  I believe that she was also the first governor to give birth while in office and campaign for lieutenant governor while pregnant.

Collective amnesia seems to over come our dear Democrat friends when it comes to conservative women in politics. Often I find that liberal women will say that a woman has never held a political office when in fact a woman has held the office…she was just inconveniently a Republican.  Feminist “forget” to include Republican or conservative women in their  romantic ideas of women controlling high offices in American or international government. Sarah Palin, Jane Swift, Margaret Thatcher. Need I say more?

Incidentally, had I been a Massachusetts resident, I would have voted for Scott Brown.  I vote for people, issues and values. Not gender, sexual orientation or race.  Like myself, Scott Brown is a pro-choice Republican and against Obamacare.  The choice would have been simple for me to make.


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13 Responses to “Martha My Dear: Democrats Have Plenty Of Rollover Minutes”

  1. Collective amnesia seems to over come our dear Democrat friends when it comes to conservative women in politics. Often I find that liberal women will say that a woman has never held a political office when in fact a woman has held the office…she was just inconveniently a Republican. Feminist “forget” to include Republican or conservative women in their romantic ideas of women controlling high offices in American or international government. Sarah Palin, Jane Swift, Margaret Thatcher. Need I say more?

    But haven’t you heard afrocity? A woman is not a woman unless she’s a liberal.

  2. manbearpig68 Says:

    The Forgotten scene is great! Not too far from the truth. I believe that it comes down to the people of MA saying WTF is going on with this admin and voting in Brown who is speaking some truth.

    The Obama supporters are going going to blame everything in sight and then some.. There will be plenty more down the line.

  3. yttik Says:

    Martha Coakley can sit under the bus next to me. I’d be honored to share a seat with her. This election wasn’t about Coakley, it was about sending a message to Obama. No way will I allow any Obots to try and make Coakley the one responsible for this loss. Obama owns this one, 100%.

    Dems never take responsibility for anything and it’s always their downfall. They try to blame Republicans, but they also blame women. Female candidates from their own party are soft targets, simply because they don’t have the political backing and the connections needed to launch an effective defense. They also blame Republican women because nothing sells as well as misogyny.

    I appreciate Greta from Fox news and Sarah Palin for refusing to bash or blame Coakley. Greta said the Dems torpedoed her. Palin said Dems would be foolish to spend time trying to blame Coakley for this loss. That kind of solidarity is starting to show up among conservative women who appear to be getting wise about how misogyny works.

    • Maggie Says:

      there were plenty of reasons to state that Coakley ran a bad campaign, and that there were people who refused to vote for her because of certain incidents involving poor decision making.

      It was a mixed bag of reasons. Yes, she was to blame. Yes, there was also ill-feeling because of the passing of legislation in the middle of the night.

      Both lots deserve the blame.

  4. WMCB Says:

    Martha did run a bad campaign, but that has never once stopped a Dem from getting elected in MA before. Heck, they elected Dukakis!

    The truth is that the MA voters wanted to send a clear message of discontent to the Dem party and Obama at their clueless, high-handed tactics, and Brown was also a very good candidate for MA. I know that the Dems are furiously dirt-digging on Brown to tear him down, and probably some conservatives are too, since he’s fairly moderate on some issues.

    I believe in representative govt, period. What is conservative in MA is likely liberal in Utah. Let the people choose. One of the things I liked about the Brown candidacy is that the top-down powers mostly stayed out of it in the beginning, let the people decide who to back, and THEN they kicked in with money and support for the people’s choice. If both parties would function that way, we’d have a saner govt, IMO. We’d have candidates from both sides who represented their actual constituents, not their party’s national agenda.

    But what do I know? I’m one of those crazy people who think the founding fathers were onto something smart when they created this Republic.

  5. WMCB Says:

    OT, but BreitbartTV has a video up, contrasting how Bill Clinton responded to the voter revolt of 1994, and the current crop of Dems.

    Say what you like, Clinton RESPECTED the will of the People. He was nothing like these loons in power now.

    http://www.breitbart.tv/flashback-how-did-bill-clinton-respond-to-voter-revolt-of-1994/

  6. ugsome Says:

    What is this monolithic block of ‘feminists’ of which you speak? I often read that feminists think X or say Y which comes as a surprise to me. I for one am a feminist, and a liberal even, who very much notices Republican women candidates–and am glad they’re there.

  7. Hmm… Collective, or might that be selective?


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