February 3, 2010, - 2:39 pm
**** BREAKING: Scott Brown Likely Sworn in Tomorrow (Thursday) ****
When Al Franken was named the elected U.S. Senator from Minnesota, after a long, contested recount, he was seated within a week. Yet, Republican Senator-Elect Scott Brown–who trounced his Democrat opponent Martha Coakley and has been the decided victor for some time now–remains unseated. Why are we allowing liberals to do this? Votes continue to be cast illegally by temporarily-appointed Senator Paul Kirk.
He Did It, Now Seat Him
Reader Karl writes:
Anything you can dig up on Brown not being seated yet?
Or how about the Senate taking the votes when the temp in the position has no legal right to vote since the election?
They have raised the debt and who knows what else will be forced through, while they delay and keep taking the illegal votes to pass whatever they want.
Seems the MSM is silent as usual. Franken got seated in less than a week.
Just think it needs some attention, and attention from you does crash web sites by your readers’ response.
Today, Scott Brown finally demanded to be seated. But don’t hold your breath yet. You may die waiting for the Democrat machinations designed to continue pushing through as much big government as possible. The Dems are now telling him to wait until February 11th.
But, why must he wait a month? He won, fair and square. SWEAR. HIM. IN. NOW.
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