Is this district truly unwinnable?

As I sit in the living room with my family, taking a break from emails, meetings, blog postings, and many other tasks, I cannot help but feel extremely proud of our nation tonight.

Watching the results come in from the Special Senate election in Massachusetts, I cannot help but wonder if our cause is not fully confirmed. In a district that has gone to the Democrat party since 1875 (yes, that’s right – the last Republican sat in the 5th District during reconstruction),  we have a chance to help make history for America.

If Scott Brown can overcome a 35+ point deficit in one of the most Democrat-heavy states in the union, this district CAN be won by a conservative. Let’s make it happen.

Jeff

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One Response to “Is this district truly unwinnable?”

  1. nicanor Says:

    “This was one of the best votes I ever cast.”

    That’s what our congressman Jim Cooper says about his vote for the house version of health care reform. Read the entire interview at http://voices.washingtonpost.com/ezra-klein/2009/11/rep_jim_cooper_house_health_ca.html because it get’s worse.

    If the citizens of Massachusetts can wake up and say NO, then this district is also winnable.

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