The election of a little-known Republican to fill the remainder of Ted Kennedy’s seat in the U.S. Senate should serve as a wake up call for the National Democratic Party. But I believe it’s also a stern warning for all incumbents – both Democrats and Republicans – in Congress. Folks have been upset for years over how things have been done in Washington and now they are mad as all get-out. The American people are especially sick and tired of the partisan bickering that has tied the collective hands of Congress for months. In my opinion, it’s time for both Democrats and Republicans to put the people’s interest first and get down to work for them and not the special interests. If that doesn’t happen soon, there could well be lots of new faces in Congress on both sides of the political aisle. I really don’t believe anybody in Washington is immune at this juncture. While the results in Massachusetts may have been a shock to the political experts, I really wasn’t that surprised. Both parties had better learn from what happened there!
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