Wednesday, January 20, 2010

THE PEOPLE SPEAK

Scott Brown ran on the slogan, "The People's Seat" and now we see the people speak and take this seat for The People and not for a party.



Brown: Mass. victory sends 'Very powerful message'


Hopefully, this is the turn that has been needed for THE PEOPLE, all across our great Country, to take our freedom back and out of the hands of Politicians and Parties and Lobbiest, and pay attention to the wishes of the people who sent them to office to represent "the people" not special interest & selfish gain.
It is certainly a first answer to prayer for this nation to return to the roots upon which it was founded, Christianity.
We must keep praying and keep working for RIGHT.






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17 comments:

Civilla said...

Amen!

Mari said...

It was such an exciting win! I hope Washington listens.

Sandra said...

It's like that portal in the heavens being made that we talked about last night in Bible Study. A portal has been made for the people to be heard.

Kathy said...

I am thrilled at his victory. Yes, we are speaking!

Oklahoma Granny said...

Normally I don't stay awake long enough to listen to the 10 o'clock news. Last night was different. I was determined to hear the outcome of the election. As soon as I heard the news I said a prayer of thanksgiving. I pray this is at the very least the beginning of the turn around our country so desperately needs.

Brenda said...

It's definitely not a coincidence that Massachusetts was the state to show such a break thru, setting a precedence for the rest of the nation.
What an encouragement.

Debra said...

And the people have spoken! I had not kept up with this particular race. I heard him speak yesterday and he certainly seems like a nice guy with a sweet family. I do wish maybe he will be able to teach other states how to set up health care coverage like he has in his state. I think I read that over 90% of the people of that state are covered.

Oh Sew Good said...

Similar to baseball where this is a Divisional win, it's not the World's Series yet. This is an amazing victory AND AT THE SAME TIME we need to keep praying. :)

Momma Roar said...

We were pleased as well!

Sohailah said...

To me, this election was kind of like God saying, " I am in charge, by the way."

And I'm NOT saying God is a Republican - at all... but just that NOTHING is hopeless, ever.

Jillian, Inc said...

I think when Scott Brown had that whole dialogue about it not being Ted Kennedy's seat but The People's Seat is one of the best political moments of the year. And of course Obama was interviewed saying Mr. Brown won because people are frustrated over what happened the last 8 years. ALWAYS gotta be a politcal spin. ha!

Nancy said...

Oh Yes, Washington is listening and doesn't know how to respond. I think we may see some back pedaling, we have an awesome God in control!!!

Pam said...

This household watched with anticipation as it all unfolded! The last couple of days have been hilarious as we've heard so many excuses and lies coming out of Washington and from the far left, as they turn on themselves!! Pray on Christians!

Maxine said...

We were so excited Tuesday night as we saw it all unfold. I had been listening to the conservative stations all day and they had me all pumped up about it and what a tremendous win! People are calling it a miracle and it was and you know who is behind miracles.

Midlife Mom said...

As we rejoice in this win let us not forget to uphold this man and his family in prayer. All too many times the celebrity of the office can be a downfall even for those that we hold in high regard. Just watching the news today is evidence of that. Let's do our part and pray for a hedge of protection around Scott and his family! :o)

PEA said...

I think this was certainly a wake up call for Obama and his cabinet to start listening to the people! xoxo

Kansas Bob said...

I was glad to see him elected even though he is pro-choice.