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Happy Independence Day! Let’s Make Sure We Stay Independent by Getting to Work!

Democrats are working feverishly to enslave you. Remember. Democrats have historically been the party of Slavery. Obamacare is just one aspect of the slavery that the Democrats have engineered for you.

It is your job to make sure that NO Democrat is elected this November.

Not one.

Enjoy your burgers and dogs today. Tomorrow…GET UP! Don’t assume that someone else is doing the heavy lifting for you. They’re not.

…And let’s assess our opponents. They are the usual Democrat suspects: welfare cheats handed a few bucks to carry protest signs they can barely read, government union losers still limping from the butt kicking we handed them in Wisconsin, aging law students who think we ought to chip in for their diaphragms, Hollywood stars who wonder why the rest of us don’t just eat cake, and an Administration with a track record of failure so complete they think that a 5-4 decision keeping a program Americans hate with a cold fury alive to be Topic A during the coming election is something to celebrate.

Yeah, it may be constitutional for now, but we’ll see who the bitches are in November.

Go over to Breitbart’s Big Government to read this whole article “Obamacare: Don’t Get Mad Get to Work.

It’ll put a spring in your step.

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Wednesday Afternoon Pick Me Up: Romney Leads Obama 46-40 in Virginia

In the latest poll from Roanoke College, Romney is beating Obama handily in Virginia, which went to Obama in 2008 53-46%.

Things aren’t going well for the light giver, although the campaign is busy registering voters and will spend lavishly in the Commonwealth, so this is no time to get complacent or cocky. 

Also included in the survey, the likely Republican Senate nominee, George Allen, leads former Governor and DNC Chief, Tim Kaine 44-36%.

This is among Virginia residents, the numbers change slightly when narrowed down to registered voters.

The Roanoke College Poll interviewed 603 Virginia residents between March 26 and April 5 and has a margin of error of +4%. Screening for registered voters (N=537) reduces Allen’s lead to seven points (46%-39%) and Romney’s lead to five points (46%-41%).

The survey goes on to say that Republicans are suffering from an enthusiasm gap, which is probably true. People aren’t head over heels in love with either Romney or Allen, but the motivation gap to make sure we don’t get stuck with Obama or Kaine outstrips any supposed enthusiasm that exists on the other side for those knuckleheads.

 

If George Allen wants to anger a vast swath of the Republican base, he’ll participate in the Associated Press debate

That AP is hosting a debate between Virginia Senate candidates George Allen and Tim Kaine this Pearl Harbor Day, 7 months before the Republicans and Democrats hold their primaries, can mean only one thing.  The AP is attempting to select the people’s candidates for them.  The people of Virginia are in no mood to be manipulated by a conniving press organization like AP and if anybody should recognize that the press is not to be trusted and not a friend of Republicans in general, one would think that George Allen would be that person.  It’s not like he hasn’t been burned in the past by this Democrat media complex.

That both accepted the invitation, to the exclusion of viable challengers on both sides reveals a sense of entitlement and arrogance that may serve both men poorly.  AP claims that none of the other challengers are polling at the abitrary threshhold of 15%, but as we’ve just witnessed during the Republican Presidential primary process, polls can swing precipitously as the result of the debate process.  Just ask Newt, Herman, and Rick Perry.

On the Republican side Tim Donner, Jamie Radtke and Bishop E. W. Jackson, to name but a few, are challengers to the Senator who went down to Mark Warner in 2006.

The Republican Party of Virginia has announced 3 ‘all comers’ primary debates to be held in the Spring. That was a very good move and it negated any validity this AP debate once had.

If George Allen was smart, and I’m not saying that he is or isn’t, he would drop out of this travesty and concentrate on his debate performances this Spring.  To do anything other than that would smack of elitism.  To piss off a large part of the base would not only hurt him, but has large up ticket implications and we can ill afford to suppress GOP turnout next November.  There is simply too much at stake.

Drop out, George.  For the good of the process.

As for Tim Kaine…do what you want.  We already know you’re an elitist.

 

The Incredible Power of George Allen

Former Senator George Allen, a man that holds no elected office, apparently still has a vote in Congress according to the Tim Kaine campaign.  Here is an excerpt from an email I just received from the failed Governor and DNC Chairman’s Senate campaign:

According to the Associated Press, “the government’s main disaster relief fund is on track to run dry” by next week — so I wanted to make sure you saw Governor Kaine’s message about the need to pressure Congress to stop with the political gamesmanship and approve emergency funding immediately.  

In Louisa County, Virginia, alone, last month’s earthquake caused more damage than the entire non-capital county budget for 2011-2012.  Now high school and middle school students can only attend classes two or three days per week because there aren’t enough functioning classrooms.  

Fortunately, the Senate passed bipartisan legislation last week to fund disaster relief efforts.  But George Allen, Eric Cantor, and the Tea Partiers in the House of Representatives are holding funding hostage.  These are the same folks who voted for two wars and tax cuts for millionaires without paying for any of it – and now they’re insisting on enacting more spending cuts before they’ll appropriate money to help those impacted by natural disasters.

I have not yet taken sides in the Republican primary for Senate, but any unelected person who can still wield a vote in Congress is a person of super human ability and bears consideration.  Can George Allen also bend spoons with his mind?  You decide.

Oh, and I won’t even quibble about the ‘two wars’ part of the email.

Yes I will.  Hey Timmy, don’t forget about Obama’s adventurism in Libya.  That’s 3 wars.

 

 

Tim Kaine disqualifies himself for Virginia Senate run

He is working behind the scenes with union leaders to foment the chaos in Wisconsin, Ohio and other places across the nation.

The White House political operation, Organizing for America, got involved Monday, after Democratic National Committee Chairman Timothy M. Kaine, a former Virginia governor, spoke to union leaders in Madison, a party official said.

The group made phone calls, distributed messages via Twitter and Facebook, and sent e-mails to state and national lists to try to build crowds for rallies Wednesday and Thursday, a party official said.

George Allen and Jamie Radtke need to beat this drum very loudly.

 
 
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