Grant Swank
People vs. power snobs
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By Grant Swank
January 20, 2010

The Scott Brown win encourages grassroots to believe in the people's power to rescue America from the Obama dictatorship.

When Brown pronounced that the Senate Seat is not the Kennedy Seat but the People's Seat, that summed it up.

People, that's right, human beings with their convictions for common sense politics, voted. They put Brown the truck driver lawyer into the Senate because people governed through the voting booth.

That will happen throughout America in coming months. If Massachusetts folk can do it, it can happen across the nation.

Barack Hussein Obama has tried for one year to dictate everything from soup to nuts. His hubris was cemented in his psyche solidly enough to conclude it could actually work. Americans would be hoodwinked into clinging to the Muslim magician no matter what.

Nancy Pelosi and Harry Reid confessed the same narcissistic conviction. The three stooges could put Americans into a vice to police them there.

Massachusetts states clearly that it won't work any longer. If that state has had it with DC dictatorship, every other state will broadcast the same.

This is the hope and change that America's grassroots has been hankering for. Tuesday night's Brown win provides these intelligent citizens with the empirical evidence. It happened with Brown. It will happen with Brown-like patriots until the Dem dictators are propelled into the sea.

Many have been wondering with fear in their hearts as to whether or not Americans were actually realizing that we were losing our country to the arch-enemy.

Now that fear can subside. Americans have actually realized that the nation was in extreme danger; it had to be rescued.

Tuesday night the rescue began. And on Wednesday morning it will continue until the foes of this Republic will implode.

© Grant Swank

 

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Joseph Grant Swank, Jr., is a pastor at New Hope Church in Windham, Maine... (more)

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