The Obama Administration has cut far too many deals with the same corporate special interests that have dominated Washington since the Reagan years.
Voters in Massachusetts this week stood up and said 'enough is enough.' It's high time Obama and the Democrats in Congress got the message. So far all we're seeing is a circular firing squad.
After the unfortunate results of the Massachusetts senate race tonight, it's clear that feelings of demoralization are particularly intense because they are rooted in the most powerful emotion of all: humiliation.
Democrats, controlling the White House and both houses of Congress, have managed to kill their own dream of dominance in 12 months.
With Coakley's defeat, numerous Democrats will head for the retirement exits, telling themselves that if Democrats cannot hold Ted Kennedy's seat, there is little point in staying for and enduring an electoral bloodbath in November.
Across the country, coffin makers -- or "boxers" as they call themselves -- reacted to the Brown victory with a level of jubilation one usually associates with a Super Bowl win.
The Republicans have only been trying to make President Obama a one-term president. The whiny left is trying to make him a one-year president.
Am I upset? You bet I'm upset. I would like Obama out of office now except ... except ... if he could just finally wake up out of whatever dream Harvard-world he's been living in.