Just a few thoughts on Scott Brown. He ran a pro-white campaign under the radar. Just look at the stage during his acceptance speech. All white. Not a person of color to be seen. Usually Republicans have the tokens on stage, on commericials, or the assorted "Blacks For ______", "Asians For ______", etc. The darkest person was his brunette basketball playing daughter, who did not look like the kinky haired hoes from Rutgers as Don Imus said and was not forgiven as Harry Reid's Negro comment was.
It appears that Keith Oberduche agrees with me. http://hotair.com/archives/2010/01/20/olby-massachusetts-suddenly-turned-racist/ And so does Donnie Deutsch. http://gatewaypundit.firstthings.com/2010/01/msnbcs-donnie-deutsch-mass-voters-comforted-by-scott-browns-white-maleness/ Two self-hating white males on an all white network. http://michellemalkin.com/2009/11/23/the-indelible-whiteness-of-msnbc/
However, aside from the necessary lies about Ted, he did say commonwealth. Well, no, there is not such thing as a commonwealth, except Puerto Rico. Massachusetts is a State, as the Constitution says. Get with it Scott. Otherwise, what a great victory.
Interestingly enough, Howard Fineman of Newsweek who so judiciously accepted the allegation that all Massechuessetts voters are racists, let the accusation slide by and did not directly challenge it. Note that Fineman is one of Hugh Hewitts regular guests. Hewitt is notorious for coddling types such as Fineman, letting slide any numerous outrageous statements by these allegedly "respectable" and "intelligent" members of the radical left who are in the Main Stream Media. Like his "smart guy" lawyer friend crazed Dean Erwin Chemerinsky of UC Irvine Law School, who is an outrageous hypocritical leftist with no scholarship or knowledge of the Constitution, Hewitt will accept any crazed allegation from radicals like Fineman and Chemerinsky because it gives him establishment credibility. Hewitt routinely attacks what he calls "birthers" for just asking to see Obama's origional birth certificate. Hewitt claims that Obama was born in Hawaii, but refuses to ask for the simple proof.