Today Paul Kirk told the State House News service that he would continue to serve in the United States Senate until the health care vote is taken if Scott Brown wins the election.
"Absolutely," Kirk said, when asked if he'd vote for the bill, even if Brown captures the seat. "It would be my responsibility as United States Senator, representing the people and understanding Senator Kennedy's agenda and the rest of it ... I think you're asking me a hypothetical question but I'd be pleased to vote for the bill."
I am of the belief that we must back good candidates whether or not they are in our state/district. I read a post at RightKlik Blog about the Senate race for Ted Kennedy's seat in Massachusetts. The Republican candidate's name is Scott Brown and he is running against Democrat Martha Coakley. Apparently, Ms. Coakley has a corrupt backround that we cannot afford adding to the already corrupt Democrat-controlled Senate.
RightKlik has done an excellent job of collecting data and information about the Massachusetts Senate race and about both candidates. I have reposted his entire article with all links and video. I have also made a contribution to Mr. Brown's campaign. If you are able and feel Mr. Brown is the better candidate, please consider making a contribution, too. The grassroots is coming out for Brown, but he is in need of funding to continue the fight against Coakley.
ObamaCare will die on January 19...if we put Scott Brown (R) in Ted Kennedy's old Senate seat.
We don't have to sit around and hope that some corrupt blue dog will finally listen to his constituents and change his position on the health care bill.
We don't have to hope that ObamaCare is ripped to shreds by warring factions of the Democrat party.
We don't have to hope that the Democrats will finally come to their senses and shift their focus to urgent priorities (like national security and the faltering economy).
We don't have to hope that somebody in Congress will get bored and actually read the U.S. Constitution for the first time.
No, we don't have to hope for change. We can rise up and attack ObamaCare proactively. We can actively contribute to the effort to give the Republicans the power to filibuster this shameful fiasco, defeating ObamaCare once and for all.
There's a ton of EXCELLENT information about this race that I want to share with you. Please read, share and ― if you can ― contribute.
Coverage from the Left:
Daily Kos: Martha Coakley is so far from the best the state has to offer, it would be tragic to see her in the senate.
Left Bank of the Charles: Seven Reasons Martha Coakley Will Never Get Our Vote
KennedySeat.com: "Different People, Same Message." Scott Brown's smart TV ad
The New Republic: The Dems have gone hysterical. Maybe their panic is apt.
Coverage from the Right:
Michelle Malkin's viral post: Fight the SEIU & Demcare corruption...Support Scott Brown for Senate
Red State: Has Martha Coakley's river of money dried up?
Patrick Ruffini: Evidence Scott Brown is Within Single Digits in Massachusetts
Le·gal In·sur·rec·tion: Martha Coakley's Political House On Fire
The Next Right: The mammoth significance of this race...if Brown wins, Obamacare is dead.
Sissy Willis: Let's make Scott Brown's Senate race a "referendum on Obamacare"
Atlas Shrugs: Wanna Stop Obama's Marxist Coup? Get Behind Scott Brown
The Other McCain: Scott Brown Is Running — and Martha Coakley’s Hiding
Riehl World View: Why Is Coakley Hiding Out?
Boston Herald: ACORN's biggest nut! When you think "Martha Coakley" think "ACORN."
Save WRKO: He’s REALLY Getting To Her
NorsU: The most comprehensive coverage of the Massachusetts Senate race on Twitter.
RightKlik: Nationalize every senate race. Get Congress off your back. Get "progressives" out of your face…
Michelle Malkin talks about Martha Coakley's corruption and Scott Brown's spontaneous grassroots support:
Check out this Scott Brown campaign ad, "Different People, Same Message":