Massachusetts Elects Its First Pagan U.S. Senator

Who says there are no witches around in modern-day Massachusetts? Apparently, we do have at least one – and she can cast some pretty wicked spells, too.

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Elizabeth WarrenThis past week voters went to the polls and cast their ballots for the one candidate who has consistently shown she is willing to say anything to polish her image in the eyes of her fawning admirers. And those fawning admirers, in turn, are willing to believe anything she tells them.

“This is a tremendous victory for the people of Massachusetts,” Governor Deval Patrick was quoted as saying in the Boston Herald after polls closed Tuesday night with Democrat candidate Elizabeth Warren coming out on top, defeating incumbent U.S. Senator Scott Brown. “An affirmation that issues matter, that conviction matters, that the grassroots matter.”

It was also an affirmation that lying matters. That making up fairy tales about your life – that you’ve been the first and a leader at anything and everything – to enhance your perceived greatness in the eyes of the lowly masses, truly does work.

I’m not really sure why people who voted for Warren are so happy. Are they pleased that a Democrat defeated a guy with the dreaded “R” behind his name (most likely), or are they happy because they think they now have someone who is going to represent their own views and interests?

If it’s the latter, then most of those who cast their votes for Warren are going to be sadly disappointed.

That’s because most voters in Massachusetts are moderate independents, not Far Left Democrats like Warren. And the Far Left is all Warren is ever going to represent – period. The only bipartisan, fair-minded and moderate-thinking U.S. Senator we’ve had in a generation, at least, is now history thanks to a naive electorate – most notably the state’s poorer minority class who have long been brainwashed into believing the Democrats are their saviors.

They are not.

Democrats have made a platform out of reminding poor minorities that they are victims, not equal citizens fully capable of enjoying a productive and successful life. Most Democrats expect nothing from them – not personal accountability, not education, not parental responsibility – and therefor get everything from them – most importantly their loyalty and their votes.

Perhaps it’s as simple as that.

When it comes to maintaining a stable, functioning society, more often than not the Republicans tell people what they need to hear, while Democrats tell people what they want to hear.

But does a demographic perpetually being taken for granted ever resent their being used for their votes?

Do poor minorities ever get tired of living in the slums their Democrat benefactors create for them and place them in? Here in Springfield, entire neighborhoods have been transformed into minority-populated ghettos. Yet every election cycle those little black arrows keep getting connected for Democrats.

Let’s be clear on this: Democrats keep poor people poor. They keep poor people in need of Big Government. They keep poor people uneducated and indebted to them, and reliant on them from the time they wake up ’til they time they put their perpetually impoverished heads back down to sleep.

There’s another word for that kind of life, too, but we don’t need to get into that today.

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5 Responses to Massachusetts Elects Its First Pagan U.S. Senator

  1. Love the writeup, I applaud, not quite sure how true it is but very believable.

    Ron Charbonneau

    roncharb
    November 7, 2012 at 7:57 pm

  2. She’s a Methodist. I’ll leave you to your opinion on the rest.

    Matt S
    November 8, 2012 at 8:01 pm

  3. Matt,
    The headline was a play on my “witch” reference at the beginning of the post, as well as her dubious claims of Cherokee heritage ;-)

    I highly doubt she’s a very religious woman anyway.

    Bill D.
    November 9, 2012 at 7:39 am

  4. Fair enough on the word play.

    However, what one’s religious identification is quite different from whether or not they are religious, i.e. observant of sacraments and obligations to attend church. Hence the phrase, “lapsed Catholic.” But if we are blurring the line:

    http://www.washingtonpost.com/blogs/post-partisan/post/elizabeth-warren-on-health-care-and-religion/2012/08/23/5c509058-ed6c-11e1-9ddc-340d5efb1e9c_blog.html

    Matt S
    November 9, 2012 at 9:18 pm

  5. Alrighty, Matt. I think you’re over-analyzing what is clearly a cynical reference. Warren’s religious affiliation isn’t even mentioned in the post.

    I do find your devotion to this woman interesting though.

    Bill Dusty
    November 10, 2012 at 10:37 am