Monday, January 18, 2010

Our last stand

Dear Martha Coakley,

It appears that you have been slipping in recent polls. The seemingly unthinkable now seems possible. You could lose this election and a seat that has been held by Democrats for many, many years. Your opponent, Scott Brown, has been receiving support from all around America and you are on your last day before the election.

In a last minute plea, you turn to the Great Divider for help. I suppose that you were unaware of his recent track record as you were unaware that Curt Schilling played for the Red Sox. Possibly you were too busy defending the citizens from Aqua Teen Hunger Force to notice that the Red Sox won in 2004 and 2007, note Schilling was in the line-up both years. Obama was not able to help neither Deeds in Virginia nor Corzine in New Jersey, yet in an act of desperation you were out of options.

This special election comes at an important time. A time, when the People have an opportunity to send a message to Washington that the seat did not belong to Ted Kennedy but that he was endowed by the People to serve and represent them. This seat now has an opportunity to either hold the 60th vote for Democrat Socialism or to uphold the Constitution of the United States of America.

Be it only appropriate that our plea for freedom come on this day, to celebrate Rev. Martin Luther King, Jr. Lord, hear our prayer. Let Freedom Ring from Lexington to Concord. Let Freedom Ring from Chatham to Great Williamstown. Let Freedom Ring from Amesbury to Siasconset. Let Freedom Ring in the State of Massachusetts to that all of America may hear Freedom Ring.

I implore you that on January 19th when you go to the polls to cast your vote along with your fellow citizens of Massachusetts that you think of Our Nation, One Nation under God and vote for Scott Brown.

Jason Sanborn
From the soon to be former State of Texas