According to Mark Warner, no elected experience and being a career Washington insider disqualifies you from being a Senator, but is perfect for Governor.
Newsflash for Congressman Moran: good men don’t beat up their girlfriends (or wives) – in public or in private. Domestic abuse isn’t just an embarrassing situation. It’s a crime. A felony, actually. And privacy – secrecy – silence – these things only foster domestic violence and protect abusers from the consequences of their actions.
Superstitions are alive and well in politics. Case in point is the story in Saturday’s Richmond Times-Dispatch, ” ‘Curse’ is silver lining for GOP?” It goes on to say that gubernatorial races in Virginia are traditionally won by the opposite party that holds the White House. Since Barack Obama just won reelection, theory would have […]
The bloodletting of the Republican Party in Virginia continues. An article written at Blue Virginia by Paul Goldman, Democratic strategist to former Governors Mark Warner and Doug Wilder, offered pointed insight into what has recently been occurring in the Virginia GOP. In his post, “Romney, Allen, McDonnell being sacrificed in Virginia GOP bloodletting,” Goldman noted: […]
It will surprise no one that I disagree with Kaine’s leftist politics. But these political disagreements have nothing to do with my view of Kaine as a person. My dislike for Kaine comes from the dishonest and uncivil campaign that he has been running for Senate.
Senator Mark Warner says that if Congress fails to address the federal debt, then voters should sack them all: “If we can’t get this fixed, you’ve got to fire us all,” Warner said. “I’m serious.” If so, then perhaps we should invite the “Bobs” to Capitol Hill to begin the exit interviews: The deficit-reduction supercommittee, […]