No Means No, Kiddos

So the voters in the banner-wavingest liberal state yesterday elected an unknown to fill the lifelong seat of the godfather of government-run health care.No+means+no+well+maybe+if+i'm+drunk+-+USD18+close+up

And this unknown, by the way, made basically one unifying promise — I will be the vote that kills government-run health care.

And the Democrat heir who lost — lost — had the full support of the President who made government-run health care his signature issue.

Polls shows the vast majority of Americans oppose government-run health care.

And yet the takeaway for Democrats is: “We really have to pass government-run health care now.”

Wow. It’s like peering into the mind of a date rapist.


  1. amanda says:

    TK’s spot was just a warm up for the mid-terms…

    Blah, blah, blah, blah, blah, something, something…hey, hey, GOODBYE.

    This is hope and change even I can get behind.

  2. Anonymous says:

    First, there’s no such thing as date rape. It’s a myth perpetuated by feminist moonbats who are incensed that most drunk college sluts sleep with men instead of Maddow-like lesbian dykes.

    Second, Scott Brown is in for now, but his Class I Senate seat is up for election in 2012. The liberal whackaloons will be out in full force that year to re-elect the Chocolate Messiah, and bring Ted Kennedy’s seat (*puke*) back to the Democrats.

    Finally, Brown’s election is a net plus, because at this stage in the country’s history, gridlock is the best we can hope for in our corrupt and degraded political system.

    God bless America!

  3. Daniel says:

    Matters not one whit to me whether we’re plundered by tycoons or by politicians. Same thing; two-headed beast. It’s hard out there for a pimp.

    Next election, I’ll flip a coin.

  4. Frank R says:

    Politicians have the legal power of force. Tycoons don’t. However, the more we allow the government, i.e. politicians to meddle in business, the closer we get to tycoons with the legal power of force.

  5. Dommerdog says:

    Wonder if the Republican “purists” will turn on Brown once Obamacare is dead. It wasn’t that long ago that they were purging their ranks of RINO’s which Brown, as a moderate, clearly is.

    I agree with Anonymous at 11:35. For so long as those who have the legal power of force (H/T Frank R) comprise the most extreme among us, glory hallelujah for gridlock!