The People's Rally for Scott Brown for US Senator brought down the house yesterday at Worcester's historic Mechanics Hall, "an acoustical masterpiece … internationally regarded as one of the world's great concert halls for its superb acoustic and inspirational beauty."
We're emailing the following message to all our Massachusetts friends and relatives as part of Scott Brown's voterbomb push to get out the vote for tomorrow's special election:
Tomorrow's the big day.
We Tea Partiers behind enemy lines here in Taxachusetts sprang to life under ideal growing conditions afforded by big-government overreach last year, and now is our moment to fire "The Scott heard 'round the world."
Scott Brown has asked me and other volunteers to write to our friends and neighbors to fulfill a pledge to make sure you will be voting for him in tomorrow's special election to fill what some have called the "Kennedy seat." As our candidate explained to a clueless David Gergen in last week's debate with Democrat Attorney General Martha Coakley:"It's not the Kennedy seat. It's not the Democrats' seat. It's the people's seat!"
Here's the message from campaign headquarters:
"It’s crunch time. This is it; the moment when the Massachusetts Miracle morphs from an impossible dream into reality. Tell Scott Brown how many voters you will personally ensure show up and vote on Tuesday. This means you are saying you will be responsible for verifying that your network ACTUALLY VOTED, how many voters you will personally ensure show up and vote on Tuesday. This means you are saying you will be responsible for verifying that."
Quite a responsibility, and maybe a little pushy, but the Democrats have shown they are perfectly ready and willing to use dirty tricks to steal the election should our candidate appear to be winning. The latest poll numbers are encouraging, but we've got to get out the vote.
As Hugh Hewitt famously said, "If it's not close, they can't cheat."
I strongly encourage you to join "Don't Vote Alone" by contacting your own network of Massachusetts friends and neighbors so our GOTV effort will go viral. If you agree, click here to pledge the number of people you will contact.And may the best man win!
Note: For your enjoyment and edification, my full series of "Scott Brown for Senator" blogposts is available here.
If your network of friends includes Massachusetts voters, please join Scott Brown's "Don't Vote Alone" and spread the word!
This just in from the estimable Professor Jacobson of Legal Insurrection:
This blog will go "live" tomorrow, starting in the morning, following the developments in the Massachusetts Senate special election.
Assuming the technology works (!), I'll have a live window in which people can see my posts and comment in real time (note to trolls, I still can block you).
There also will be live Twitter feeds from people "on the ground" [including ourselves, on the ground here in the heavily Democrat/immigrant Chelsea-by-the-Sea just north of Boston] as well as updates to news links and photos (which commenters can post also).
At the end of the evening, we'll either celebrate or commiserate together.
This is going to be fun!
Update: Sol of Solomonia links. Thanks, old friend!
Update II: More Malkin Buzzworthy. How sweet it is.