Second American Revolution Begins Once Again in Massachusetts
by Rev. Patrick J. Mahoney
January 20, 2010
WASHINGTON, (christiansunite.com) -- Scott Brown's historic and revolutionary win sends a powerful and clear message that the American people are resisting the oppressive policies of President Obama and speaker Nancy Pelosi.
This extraordinary victory in Massachusetts could not have been possible even 6 months ago and it demonstrates that the mythology surrounding President Obama is now in tatters.
Brown's win also clearly shows that the American public is not comfortable with the current health care legislation and the way it is being shoved down the American peoples throats.
This is especially true concerning taxpayer funded abortions which 71% of the American people oppose.
Rev. Patrick J. Mahoney, Director of the Christian Defense Coalition, states,
"Let me be clear. Tonight a second American Revolution has begun in the great state of Massachusetts. It is a revolution fueled by passion and the belief that the voice of people matters more than the narrow views of the political elite.
"A republican win in Massachusetts for the seat held by Senator Ted Kennedy for over 40 years was unthinkable even a few months ago.
"The American people have become angry and frustrated by the policies of President Obama and Speaker Pelosi and the arrogant way they have completely disregarded the voice of the people.
"You cannot promise to be transparent in the health care debate and ensure it is shown on television and then try to hammer out closed back room deals and expect the American public to sit idly by.
"President Obama has been tone deaf when it comes to the desires, wishes and dreams of the American people.
"For example, 71% of the American people oppose public monies being used to pay for abortions yet President Obama has ignored this fact and pressed forward with this flawed health care reform.
"Tonight is a clear signal that hope and change has turned into anger and frustration and the revolution has begun.
"Bring on November 2010."