It’s About time: They finally seated Scott Brown, in the “People’s Seat”…

Vice President Biden presides over the swearing into office of the New Senator Scott Brown, of Massachusetts.

When Scott Brown won the seat that Ted Kennedy had held for decades, everyone on the Right was saying that the democrats would delay seating him if he won. And sure enough, the democrats were doing just that. But, and this continues on with the subject of yesterday’s post, where the Republicans are NOT STANDING DOWN now when confronted. After Scott Brown won the seat in Massachusetts, the democrats WERE doing just that for a while, and the Republicans put a stop to it. So much so, that Scott Brown was seated today. From Associated Press, is this article:

Brown sworn in as US senator from Massachusetts

By ANDREW MIGA, Associated Press Writer Andrew Miga, Associated Press Writer 1 hr 41 mins ago

WASHINGTON – Republican Scott Brown took over the seat of the late Massachusetts Sen. Edward Kennedy on Thursday, vowing to be an independent voice in a bitterly divided Senate.

“I can’t promise I will be right in every vote I make. … I will do the very best job I can,” Brown told reporters.

Brown was sworn-in by Vice President Joe Biden at a Capitol Hill ceremony a week earlier than he originally planned, and just in time to plunge into a partisan fight over President Barack Obama’s choice of a union attorney for a top labor job.

Brown’s arrival in the Senate ends the Democrats’ supermajority and gives the GOP 41 votes they can use to block President Barack Obama’s agenda.

At a news conference, Brown made an assertion about the last economic stimulus bill that most economists would dispute.

“The last stimulus bill didn’t create one new job,” Brown said in response to a question about a jobs bill pending in the Senate. He added that the stimulus may have retained some jobs.

Republicans have questioned the way the Obama administration has counted jobs created or saved with stimulus money. But most economists believe new jobs were created even though unemployment rates rose.

Depending on how Democrats set the Senate’s calendar, Brown’s first vote could be against the confirmation of Craig Becker, a lawyer for the Service Employees International Union, to a seat on the National Labor Relations Board, the federal panel that referees private sector labor-management disputes.

Brown said he hasn’t decided on whether to support Becker.

The Senate Health, Education, Labor and Pensions Committee approved Becker’s nomination on a party-line 13-10 vote Thursday, sending it to the full Senate.

Republicans have held up Becker’s confirmation for months, saying they fear he might use the post to make labor laws more union-friendly without congressional approval.

Brown, 50, a little-known former state senator, stunned the nation with his upset victory last month over favored Democrat Martha Coakley and put the 2010 midterm elections in play for a possible GOP takeover of Congress. Brown’s win derailed Obama’s health care overhaul and catapulted Brown onto the national stage.

On Wednesday, Brown said he wanted to move up the swearing-in so that he could participate in upcoming Senate votes. On Thursday morning, Massachusetts Gov. Deval Patrick certified the results of Brown’s win, clearing the way for him to take the oath of office.

Conservative radio hosts and newspaper columnists had pressed for Brown to take office earlier.

Former Democratic Party Chairman Paul Kirk had been holding the seat temporarily after being appointed by Patrick after Kennedy’s death.

Brown will fill the last two years of the late Kennedy’s term. Kennedy held the seat for nearly a half-century before he died in August.

So now, the Republicans hold 41 seats which makes the democrat’s lead in the Senate not filibuster proof. The last four elections have swung the majority from a Super Majority, to just a Majority. I know that the rest of us Conservatives out here cannot wait for more elections to happen. We can see good things happening for this country. But when it does, and the Conservatives win back the majorities, we have to stay the course and not fall away from our base like we did before. WE THE PEOPLE will not allow that to happen again, if we can help it. Congratulations again the Senator Scott Brown.

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About Robert P. Garding

I am a Reagan Conservative, who is very alarmed at the Liberals who have just lost their majority over our government, but continue to act like it never happened. They have to be stopped. NOW or even sooner.
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2 Responses to It’s About time: They finally seated Scott Brown, in the “People’s Seat”…

  1. Brown was the first strike – but we only won one battle, not the war! At the election 2010 we need to replace a bunch of other folks (maybe even some Republicans…). We should not stop our efforts. We need to inform and to educate the voters, so they can make up their minds and vote wisely. Information is the basis for every educated decision and I try to do my best to provide the information the voters need to vote for the right “U.S. Representative or the U.S. Senator.
    reply from Robert: Actually, there have been three. Brown was the third. We have had wins in New Jersey, Virginia and now Massachusetts. The movement is on. We just have to keep fighting. Because the timing is right. We just have to continue to take advantage of a perfect situation…..and not muff it like we have in the past.

  2. Edisto Joe says:

    For the most part I am happy that Brown is in…at least there is an “R” by his name. Coming from a blue state that says a lot! He says he is against Health Care and Cap and Tax,which is a good start. He does tend to be more moderate on other issues. Only time will tell. Until then I will remain positive.

    reply from Robert: I know what you mean my friend. Maybe we can continue to push him in the right direction. But no matter what, he is a damn sight better than Kennedy was or anyone the democrats would want there. We can just hope and pray he does the right things. Until then, I will remain positive too.

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