Angry Massachusetts voters sent Washington a ringing message today: Enough.
Voter anxiety and resentment, building for months in a troubled economy, exploded like a match on dry kindling in the final days of the special election for US Senate. In arguably the most liberal state in the nation, a Republican - and a conservative one at that - won and will crash the Bay State’s all-Democratic delegation with a mandate to kill the health care overhaul pending in Congress. Read the rest of The Boston Globe's version here.
So, Forumpians, what does this mean for the health care reform? What does it mean for Rep. Herseth-Sandlin? What does it mean for Nancy Pelosi? Harry Reid? President Obama?
Will the election that put a Republican in a seat formerly held for decades by Mr. Democrat, Ted Kennedy have the effect the media on the right believes it will?
Lots of questions. Let the feeding frenzy begin.