So, what's "news?"
With the backing freshman Republican Sen. Scott Brown of Massachusetts, the U.S. Senate voted Monday to overcome a crucial procedural hurdle on a $15 billion piece of legislation aimed at spurring job creation....
The move to break with most of his party's members in just his third vote in the Senate is a significant development.
Those who read this blog are not surprised (unlike the reports of some idiots who are running around crying like their world is coming to an end) and so are not going to be giving into despair. Your despair is what is desired by the Statists who are trying to wreck our republic. So I -- for one -- will try to do what I can to prevent despair. It's the primary reason I launched this series. We in the Right simply have a lot more work to do.
The siding of Brown with the Sinister Wing was as inevitable as the rising of the Sun in the East. As I related in PSB Day 9
See? This hardly took any time at all: "Brown tells AP he'll sometimes side with Democrats". One needed not be some great seer to recognize that Scott Brown is human, and a politician at that, and he hails from Massachusetts. QED.So when you hear from some of your conservative friends any sense of despair (due to the gloating laughter of the "Progressives" who run Sinister Media and who got what they wanted today), tell your friends that tomorrow is another day. He who laughs last laughs best.