Scott Brown & Rudy Giuliani Campaign in Boston

by Jim Hoft
January 15, 2010

In 1837 Ralph Waldo Emerson penned the “Concord Hymn” that described the impact of the battle at Old North Bridge in Concord, Massachusetts, on April 19, 1775. The words “the shot heard round the world” are meant to emphasize that a critical event happened at this location that triggered something of global importance.

“By the rude bridge that arched the flood,
Their flag to April’s breeze unfurled;
Here once the embattled farmers stood,
And fired the shot heard ’round the world.”

This week another shot was heard around the world.

Scott Brown and the citizens of Massachusetts let the world know that The People have had enough of the politics of destruction, entitlement, blame and corruption coming from Washington DC.

Scott Brown released this terrific video today of his walk through Boston with Rudy Giuliani.

It was a beautiful day in historic Boston:

During the walk in Boston one of Brown’s supporters said, “This is the shot heard round the world.”

Yes it is.

Another reader wrote today asking, “Are we witnessing the New Paul Revere?”

It’s historic, that’s for sure.

More… Likely voters in Massachusetts oppose ObamaCare by a 15% margin.


The Greenroom at
Robert Stacy McCain/The Other McCain
Rudy Giuliani Campaigns with Scott Brown in Boston
January 25, 2010

I’m in Massachusetts covering the Senate campaign. Today, “America’s Mayor” campaigned in the North End of Boston with Republican candidate Scott Brown. A vast herd of reporters attended their every move…

…As we arrived in front of the Paul Revere monument, Brown joked about the media herd which nearly trampled a golden retriever en route to the park…

…My interview with a Marine veteran who is supporting Scott Brown:

McCain has several other brief videos embedded in his article at

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