Yes that is exactly what a vote for Scott Brown is.
We’ve seen national level pundits and leaders touch on the issue if not actually on the ground.
For this brief moment we the citizens of Massachusetts have seen that we matter. A vote for Brown on Tuesday can make sure this is not a fleeting moment.
One party rule has placed Massachusetts in the position as nothing but a donor state. Candidates and politicians alike come here fora check but nothing more. More often than not they assume our cash and support will flow regardless of any face time or value granted back to us all.
Our New England neighbors in Maine saw and showed us how crucial relevant politics is. The courting of Snowe/Collins by the Obama Administration may upset you politically but not as a citizen. To not be taken for granted is truly a good thing.
The biggest issue in the Brown v Coakley campaign is not health care. It has been played that way by both sides but I tell you this is simply just not true. Massachusetts being relevant and of real value in all the future debates facing this state and this country is hat the election is about. It is called a special election due to the circumstances that brought it about. I tell you,my fellow citizen that it is special for more reasons than you can perhaps imagine.
Please, please ,please! Cast your vote for Scott Brown on Tuesday the 19th of January and cast a vote for relevancy for Massachusetts.