Was Scott Brown's victory a "game changer"? I think so. It has inspired conservative challengers in other places that were also considered "unwinnable". In New York, for example, there is a strong "Draft Kudlow" movement to unseat Senator Charles Schumer. I'd encourage everyone here to become part of that movement, not because I'm conservative and Senator Schumer is liberal, but because of the serious disrespect that he holds for people who disagree with him. He's promoted policies that would have serious economic consequences not just for New York but for the rest of the country as well.
On the other hand, there's Larry Kudlow, host of CNBC's The Kudlow Report and former economic advisor to President Ronald Reagan. In the past, he's worked side by side with such notables as Bill Clinton, John Podesta, Tim Russert, and former New York Governor George Pataki. His record of non-partisanship is certainly better than Senator Schumer's.
There's currently a movement to draft Mr. Kudlow into the race, at www.draftkudlow.com. There is also a Facebook page you can Fan: http://www.facebook.com/pages/Draft-Larry-Kudlow/263938964077
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