Just no:

The corporations that make money from health care — and want the status quo — know whose side Scott Brown will be on:

An index of health-care companies in the S&P 500 led the advance with a 1.9 percent rally. U.S. Democrats face the possibility of losing a Senate seat held by the late Edward Kennedy as voters in Massachusetts go to the polls. A loss could cost them a 60-vote supermajority needed to help pass a health- care overhaul.

Investors know that Brown winning means the Senate bill passes exactly as is, which is what they want.  When the Senate bill passed, the stock market went up.

Partisan instincts are overcoming rationality amongst most progressive bloggers.