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Brown vs. Coakley

Guess which candidate is a lying, cheating scumbag. Scott Brown is a male Sarah Palin. If he wins Ted Kennedy’s Senate seat it will be a total embarrassment to the State of Massachusetts and to the legacy of the Kennedy family.

The right wing smear masters are spending over a million dollars on attack ads against Martha Coakley here in Massachusetts. We are not use to all the ads and phone calls we are getting recently. We are the most progressive state in the union, everyone knows we are a blue state. But the ‘tea partiers’ are poring money into the state, because they know that just one vote can stop health care reform, as well as other needed changes that we have been fighting so hard for since the 2008 presidential election. They have even set up a website called “Red Invades Blue.”

Not only are they trying to steal Ted’s legacy, they are trying to block progress. Massachusetts has always been the leader for progressive change in the US, this dates back to the colonial days and yes, the Boston Tea Party. The conservatives calling them selves ‘Tea Party Patriots’ is a joke. Here in Massachusetts, we started the American Revolution. We are the birth place of education, we already have universal health care, we were first in marriage equality. We know what needs to be done to move this country forward. And after more than 200 years, we still prefer coffee over tea.

As Massachusetts’ first woman senator, Martha Coakley will fight to advance Senator Ted Kennedy’s legacy. If you are a Massachusetts registered voter, please vote for Martha on January 19th. The stakes are extremely high. Your vote is needed to keep the entire country moving forward!

Martha Coakley for U.S. Senate

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Ted Kennedy dies at 77

The Kennedy’s, arguably the most prominent family in American politics and government, suffered another sad loss with the death of Massachusetts Senator Edward “Ted” Kennedy after a lengthy battle with brain cancer. Ted, was the patriarch and cornerstone of the Kennedy legacy. He held the family together through so much personal tragedy, sometimes called the “Kennedy Curse”. So much tragedy for one family to bear, but through it all, Ted continue to be a champion for Democrats and also earned the respect of Republicans.

Ted has left very big shoes to fill here in Massachusetts and will be missed in the Bay state, as well as the U.S. Senate.

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