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Your guide to Tuesday's primary election to fill Ted Kennedy's US Senate seat

What you need to know before you vote (or not vote)!

POSTED: Monday, Dec. 7, 2009

Tuesday, Dec 8, is the primary election for the US Senate seat, formerly held by Ted Kennedy. There are contested elections for both the Democrat and Republican candidates. The general election will be on January 19.

The seat is currently held by Kennedy's former aide, Paul Kirk, who was appointed by the governor after well-publicized (and pretty sleazy) vote by the Legislature to have an interim appointee because of their fear that a vote on the Obama health care package might come up before a special election could be held.

We were going to wait until the general election in January to do something on this. But so many people have asked us for our opinion on Tuesday's primary. Recent polls show that most people can't even identify the candidates, much less what their positions are. Apparently the word hasn't been getting out, so we'll do it here.

Here's the lineup for Tuesday's election, and our analysis:

=== Democratic Primary ===

Martha Coakley
Martha Coakley is currently the Attorney General of Massachusetts. There isn't enough space here to list all of Coakley's far-left anti-family positions and activities! She aggressively raises money for the homosexual lobby. She refuses to support Obama's health care plan unless it includes taxpayer-funded abortions. She personally testified at the State House for the Transgender Rights and Hate Crimes Bill She is currently using her DA office to sue the federal government to overturn the federal Defense of Marriage Act (DOMA). As a result of all this, Coakley attracts a lot of Democratic Party liberal activists who like to organize in the districts. She's considered the front-runner.

Michael Capuano
Michael Capuano is currently the US Congressman representing the 8th District. Capuano has done his best to appear even more on the left-wing fringe than Coakley. He voted NOT to cut federal funding to ACORN, even after their hideous under-age prostitute scandal. He says he is "resolutely pro-choice." He passionately supports the homosexual agenda, even in its most radical forms. For example, soon after the Proposition 8 marriage election loss, the homosexual movement held a huge rally in downtown Boston screaming about the "hate" and "bigotry" of citizens who support traditional marriage. Capuano joined them on stage and gave a stirring speech saying, "We'll be back in California in 2010 again and we will win!" Capuano actually beat out Coakley for the endorsement from the homosexual newspaper Bay Windows. Capuano has also received the endorsement of a large number of labor unions (a terrible trend these days), and most of the state's leading politicians.

VIDEO: Here's Capuano's speech at anti-Prop 8
homosexual rally (posted by MassResistance)

Stephen Pagliuca
Stephen Pagliuca is co-owner of the Boston Celtics and formerly worked with Mitt Romney at Bain Capital, where he made a huge fortune. Imagine a wealthy businessman who decides to run for the US Senate and introduces himself to the electorate by flooding the airwaves with TV ads proclaiming his strong support for abortion, homosexual "marriage", and Obama's health care plan! That's really about all you need to know about Pagliuca.

Alan Khazei
Alan Khazei is a successful community activist who co-founded City Year in Boston as a domestic model of the Peace Corps. Although he's trailing badly in the polls, he seems to attract a lot of moonbat Obama liberals, and thus has received the Boston Globe's endorsement, beating out the others. Khazei strongly supports abortion and the homosexual agenda, as well as the Obama health plan, citizenship for illegal immigrants, and "climate change" legislation. Interestingly, he opposes casino gambling in Massachusetts, which probably does not endear him to the Teamster crowd.

=== Republican Primary ===

Scott Brown
Scott Brown is currently a state senator from Wrentham. He is different from the other candidates because: (1) He's pretty normal. (2) He does not support the homosexual agenda and is not afraid to go against the homosexual lobby. (3) He does not support the Obama health care plan. And (4) he publicly supports IDs for voting, fighting illegal immigration, and other reasonable things that liberals hate. We would prefer that he were pro-life, but at least he's not a crusader for abortion. Brown is a "soft" pro-choicer if there's such a thing. (He would likely never do a commercial that discusses it.) Of all the candidates he's the best pick.

Jack E. Robinson
Jack E. Robinson is a wealthy entrepreneur who has run for office in Massachusetts several times over the years. He seems like a smart guy and has some interesting ideas, though some are a bit socialist. (For example he says on his web site, "All public transportation systems in the U.S. should be free and funded with federal dollars exclusively.") On abortion he's "personally pro-life" but says he would not vote for a federal constitutional amendment to ban abortion. But he fully and enthusiastically supports the homosexual agenda, including same-sex "marriage", homosexuals serving openly in the military, repeal of the Defense of Marriage Act, and pretty much everything else they want. There's definitely a screw loose somewhere. He's considered a longshot to win the Republican primary.

BELOW: Double-full page ad in hardcore homosexual newspaper Bay Windows by Jack E. Robinson, Republican candidate for US Senate. Among other things Robinson promises "I will always support equal rights and full benefits for all LGBT citizens."