Scott Brown's Senate victory in very blue Massachusetts is a referendum on the very liberal policies of President Obama. To spin it any other way is just plain old BS.
Obama, Axelrod, Pelosi, and Schumer can try and rewrite this victory but the plain truth is that independents have woken up a regretted their vote for Obama as well as the 10% in moronic Republicans who voted for Obama in 2008.
Yes they were dissatisfied with President Bush, but clearly any of that great hope and change feeling generated by candidate Obama has long since disappeared. Trying to cram 2000 page health care reform and the unStimulus package doesn't work and the people don't view that as hope and change.
People have woken up and realized this wasn't what they voted for in November 2008 and they have buyer's remorse. I always personally felt that the Gubernatorial victories were NOT referendums on Obama and DID NOT prove a Republican comeback, especially in NJ. Corzine was well hated in this state and was doomed from the start but it really was a referendum on Corzine and not Obama.
However, Brown's victory IS a referendum on Obama, This is a state that other than Vermont is probably the bluest state in the USA and to lose this Senate seat and cause Obama to either a) move towards the center to get his crown jewel policies passed or b) to move further to the left and ram things through Congress with behind the door policy maneuvers. These are anything but a different Washington.
It is morning again America. Massachusetts lost a Senate seat to a Republican about 1 year after Obama's election. There is no other spin. The country does not like the direction that the liberal left led by Obama is taking us in and has spoken loud and clear. The midterms should be interesting as is Obama's spin on this election tomorrow morning.