Sen. Scott Brown is major target of homosexual lobby in election
Governor, Attorney General, high-profile politicians supporting (and raising money for) unknown lesbian activist challenger.
October 28, 2008
Sen. Scott Brown (R-Wrentham) is the legislator the homosexual lobby loves to hate. Again this year, they're ganging up to try to unseat him. A little-known lesbian activist named Sara Orozco with no political experience who's rarely even bothered to vote up till now is suddenly attracting a lot of money and attention from the liberal elites.
Earlier this month a fundraiser for Orozco at the downtown Omni Parker House included Attorney General Martha Coakley, Senate President Therese Murray, Suffolk County Sheriff Andrea Cabral, and House Majority Whip Lida Harkins. Other supporters include US Sen. John Kerry and state senators Pat Jehlen, Thomas McGee, and Steven Tolman.
||Attorney General Martha Coakley (right) raising money for unknown lesbian activist Sara Orozco (left) to defeat Sen. Scott Brown. (Bay Windows photo.)
Why do they hate Brown so much? Brown's not really in the forefront of pushing pro-family legislation. He's not even part of the leadership of the tiny Senate Republican minority. We think it's that Brown simply isn't afraid of them. He's willing to speak his mind when he feels he has to, on not only pro-family issues, but on topics of general waste and corruption also. And that enrages them.
They are pulling out all the stops this year to unseat Sen. Brown [website]. It's up to good people to help him stay where he is!
Homosexual newspaper "Bay Windows" article on Sara Orozco fundraiser and other efforts to defeat Sen. Brown.
Recent Boston Globe article on the push to unseat Brown.
The other major push for the homosexual lobby this year (among others) is to elect Kate Hogan, a big lesbian activist who's running as a moderate, in the 3rd Middlesex House senate (Hudson, Stow), an open seat vacated by Pat Walrath. (See our list now posted.)