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Paul Nichols Fires Back

By Greg L | 11 October 2009 | 51st HOD District | 54 Comments

The liberal Blue Virginia blog reports that former Redskin Curtis Jordan taped a robo-call that went out in the 51st District today to address the issue of Delegate Paul Nichols being arrested in 2006 on charges of assaulting a police officer.  Here’s the transcript, according to them:

Hi, this is former Redskin Curtis Jordan, and I’m sorry to bother you this weekend but I had to stand up for my friend Paul Nichols, who’s being dishonorably attacked by Rich Anderson. Paul was falsely accused in North Carolina for standing up and doing his job as a lawyer, and I know because I was there. Rich Anderson is lying about what happened instead of focusing on issues that matter like transportation and getting our economy moving again. Thank you for your time. [Paid for and authorized by Paul Nichols for Delegate].

I kind of had the impression that Jordan had more of a story to tell here, and the whole “falsely accused in North Carolina for standing up and doing his job as a lawyer” spin seems more obfuscatory about this incident than informative.  Nichols was much more forthcoming in an article that appeared in the News & Messenger this weekend, and it would seem to be to his advantage to have Jordan corroborate Nichols’ version of the events rather than vaguely say Anderson is lying by showing the police incident report to voters.

The News & Messenger article gave us a hint that Jordan would be coming to help Paul Nichols, and according to Nichols there was a lot more Jordan could have said here.  You’d think he would have, based on what was reported.

In addition, Nichols said his friend, Curtis Jordan, can corroborate his story. Jordan, who played for the Washington Redskins from 1981 to 1986, was on the trip, and has offered to publicly back Nichols in light of Anderson’s mailer.

“He knows I never raised my hand to the police officer,” Nichols said.

Now that voters have questions about this and are trying to sort out what happened and how relevant it might be to their decisions in the voting booth, I imagine they’d like to hear more from Curtis Jordan.  While having a former Redskin come to your aid is a good idea in Prince William County, it kind of helps to have them say something more useful, something that they don’t have to preface with an apology.  If Jordan was going to give voters the information that a lot of them actually wanted to get, namely what he saw and heard that night, saying he’s sorry for being on their phone or answering machine wouldn’t really be necessary.

Perhaps we’ll be hearing more from Curtis Jordan on this. 



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54 Comments

  1. Casanova Frankenstein said on 11 Oct 2009 at 11:02 pm:
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    The Redskins suck. They always have and always will !!!

  2. Casanova Frankenstein said on 11 Oct 2009 at 11:03 pm:
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    And it isn’t as if this is even some Redskin that most people have heard of. I’d be more impressed if this were a Darrell Green.

  3. Riley said on 11 Oct 2009 at 11:19 pm:
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    Just read the News & Messenger article. As a lawyer, Nichols should have known better than to have gotten out of the car in the first place. If you have been pulled over (or as in this case are in a car following another one that has been pulled over), you should remain in your vehicle unless an officer asks you to step out of the car. While in your car, you should keep your hands visible (if you are the driver, keep your hands on the steering wheel). All of these are simple tips that help officers to concentrate on the situation at hand and not have to worry about a secondary threat to their safety. Even if you are a lawyer, you do not rush to try and insert yourself into this situation. There is no indication that Nichols’ friend had retained him as his attorney nor had asked police for counsel. A wiser course of action would have been to sit tight and wait for his friend to make such a request of the police.

    None of this is to defend what the police did to Nichols, but without a doubt his own impetuous actions brought the situation upon him.

  4. Kevin C. said on 12 Oct 2009 at 4:03 am:
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    “…doing his job as a lawyer…????” Only an IDIOT would suggest that getting out of the car in THAT particular situation, on the side of a dark road, INTERFERING with a police officer doing HIS job is “…doing his job as a lawyer…” but then again, from what I’ve seen, only IDIOTS support Nickles! You’ve seen one of his LAP DOGS (Harry) right here on this BLOG. Once again, Nickles LIES for a living! I know him, I’ve seen him in “action.” This SLIME BALL has made a career of ruining peoples’ lives. To call him unethical would be a HUGE compliment.
    I don’t think this is anything new but, one of my FAVORITE quotes: “If it weren’t for DOUBLE standards, Democrats wouldn’t HAVE standards.” Nickles should RESIGN and GO AWAY!

  5. Logical Thinker said on 12 Oct 2009 at 7:21 am:
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    First, Nichols is lying if he says Anderson is lying. I read the article. The arrest report is a PUBLIC record. That is all that Anderson put out (so far, but I wonder is there is more). How do you “lie” when you share the unvarnished facts from a public record (that the press now has). It would have been a lie ONLY if Anderson said Nichols was arrested for assault if in fact he wasn’t. But he WAS. Fact.

    Now, let’s be honest. Everybody knows what happened here. Nichols is a party animal. People who have seen him in Richmond or in social events know he can’t wait to lean up against the bar. The night of the event, he admits that he was out having a good time after a day of golfing.

    Nichols and his pal get stopped, Nichols jumps out half in the bag to play the role of super lawyer, the cop, doing what all good cops do, directs Nichols to get back in the car, Nichols persists, resists with his hands, and the cop administers physical restraint and Nichols gets his nose busted in the process. In other words, the super lawyer routine didn’t work very well and he got what was coming to him.

    The people of his district have a simple question to ask themselves. Is this the kind of behavior they want in Richmond? Everybody knows that when you get stopped by a cop, you stay in your car, be polite, and follow instructions. It’s clear to me and anybody with a brain knows that Nichols caused this incident—good grief, he admits getting out of the car and confronting the cop (stupid)—and now he has to live with the consequences.

    Calling Anderson liar because Anderson shared the PUBLIC record with (pardon me) the PUBLIC, is not only absurd, it’s stupid. But then again, we know he is prone to stupid acts (see above).

  6. Pro-Nichols said on 12 Oct 2009 at 9:41 am:
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    Ah, looks like Anderson supporters have figured out how big a mistake this mailer was. Now that someone who was there has essentially confirmed Nichols’ version of the events they descend to sheer speculation. Logical Thinker is the best. His username should be “Avoiding Logical Thinking.”

    So let’s look at the ways Rich Anderson has lied. Here’s a definition of lying: “One lies by omission by omitting an important fact, deliberately leaving another person with a misconception. Lying by omission includes failures to correct pre-existing misconceptions.”

    Anderson’s mailer includes the arrest record report. Fine up to that point. But it also implies that Nichols was in the car pulled over for DUI (lie), implies that Nichols took a “slug” at a cop (lie), fails to mention that the charges were dismissed (lie). Need we go on.

    Now, here is something from the U.S. Air Force’s statement of Core Values:

    “Honesty
    Honesty is the hallmark of the military professional because in the military, our word must be our bond. We don’t pencil-whip training reports, we don’t cover up tech data violations, we don’t falsify documents and we don’t write misleading operational readiness messages. The bottom line is: We don’t lie, and we can’t justify any deviation.”

    Thanks, Rich Anderson, for showing just how easily you dump that core value as soon as you leave the Air Force.

  7. Anonymous said on 12 Oct 2009 at 9:51 am:
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    Kevin C, it looks like you have a story about Nichols we need you to share.

  8. FreedomLover said on 12 Oct 2009 at 9:59 am:
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    No Freedom posts in a while. He must be out shopping for more knives to stick in Paul Nichols back?

  9. Gone Hunting said on 12 Oct 2009 at 10:15 am:
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    Pro-Nichols, how’s the temperature in your campaign headquarters today? Good move sending out a robo call from a Redskin the same weekend that they blow a huge lead against an awful team. Gotta love it. I can see it now, ‘Hi, this is former Redskin Curtis Jordan, and I’m sorry to bother you”…click.

    By the way, answer this. Was Nichols drinking the night of this sad event? Maybe that would explain why he was stupid enough to get out of the car to confront a cop. Dumb.

  10. Betty said on 12 Oct 2009 at 11:16 am:
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    This goes to show just how stupid the republicans really are! Who cares what the redskins record is…point is someone is going on the record to show how Anderson is trying to spin something into something it wasn’t! This should be about who will do a better job in Richmond and that by all means is Nichols! I wasn’t planning on voting, but after getting the flyer and seeing Republicans are up to their same old, same old I’m VOTING and not for Rich! Get your story right before MISLEADING the public!!!!!!

  11. AntiBVBLReporter said on 12 Oct 2009 at 11:48 am:
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    Right now on the anti sight they are trying to make it sound like Corey Stewart and Greg had more than a “professional relationship” in that they were observed leaving the county offices at 2 AM in the morning together! Just another case of liberals making crazy statements to show off how stupid they are!

  12. antirep said on 12 Oct 2009 at 12:01 pm:
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    One of the flaming libs on the other sitwe is tryimg to mqke it sound luje Stewart and Greg L are more than just friends.

  13. anona said on 12 Oct 2009 at 1:44 pm:
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    Me thinks Betty doth protest too much.

    Betty said:
    “I wasn’t planning on voting,”

    A person who doesn’t usually post, and had no intention of voting, but is interested in politics enough to check the blogs, happens to stumble across this blog after getting the negative Nichols flyer and suddenly decides not only to vote but to vote for Nichols and posts about it.

    Betty said:
    “This should be about who will do a better job in Richmond and that by all means is Nichols!”

    If you knew so much about Nichols and what a terrific job he was going to do in Richmond, then why weren’t you voting for him in the first place? The flyer you received didn’t tell you anything positive about Nichols, so you must have already had positive thoughts, and yet “I wasn’t planning on voting,”. Should Nichols be offended that you thought he was great but not enough to vote for him before a nasty flyer? If Nichols would do better in Richmond, what the hell did that have to do with Anderson sending out a flyer?

    By this same logic: OJ was falsely accused by a mean prosecutor with a vendetta. This should be about who will do a better job for America and that by all means is OJ. I wasn’t going to vote, but now I support OJ for President. Huh?

    Every time Greg slams a democrat, these people come out of nowhere claiming to be good republicans or independents that have a sudden change of mind and now are supporting a particular democrat. Now we have one who claims they weren’t even going to vote, but now they are supporting the particular democrat because of a negative flyer about him. If they have flown the coop to the dems why don’t they post on the dem sites about their new conversion?

    Betty is just democrat who has probably been out there campaigning for Nichols for months.

  14. Anonymous said on 12 Oct 2009 at 1:47 pm:
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    Where’s the thing about Greg and Corey being more than just friends on the other site? I can’t find it.

  15. James Young said on 12 Oct 2009 at 2:35 pm:
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    I’ve little use for Anderson, and Paul Nichols is a personal friend, but Riley is right. You don’t “do[ your] job as a lawyer” at night on the side of a road during a traffic stop.

  16. Harold B said on 12 Oct 2009 at 2:37 pm:
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    Does this mean that Curtis Jordan being a former redskin and that they mention that because its supposed to carry some weight??? or is this the official Redskins version???
    is he speaking for the redskins????? is this the redskins statement??? and what does this all mean to me the voter??????? the fact that for mer redskin Vernon Jordan said whatever?

  17. Harry said on 12 Oct 2009 at 2:40 pm:
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    I don’t believe for one second that Greg has more than a “professional” relationship with Corey, further I don’t Believe Corey has a bed in his county office!

  18. Bryanna said on 12 Oct 2009 at 2:41 pm:
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    Anderson Lies!

    Anyone who intentional withholds information not only lacks integrity but is a liar. Anderson failed to use good common sense when he approved this attack on Nichols. This is a real bone-head move for Anderson.

    I will be sure to vote for Nichols!!

  19. Slick said on 12 Oct 2009 at 2:48 pm:
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    Curtis who???? Run pinkos, run!

  20. Anonymous said on 12 Oct 2009 at 3:31 pm:
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    …Corey has a bed in his county office! I didn’t know that.

  21. J. Tyler Ballance said on 12 Oct 2009 at 4:10 pm:
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    Anyone tired of smear campaigns, yet?

    When will the citizens reclaim this Republic, including insisting on political campaigns based on an honest discussion of issues and solutions?

    Mr. Riley and others opine that we should always be compliant when detained by police. We citizens should show the police their proper courtesy, but that does not include standing by idle, if injustice is taking place, or citizens are being wrongfully charged or detained. That being said, in any police stop, there does come a point where all involved must resolve to leave further discussion for the court date.

    Could we leave the smears and instead share ideas on real solutions that the candidates are willing to support?

    We should see bipartisan support for campaign finance reform, where only those whose PRIMARY residences in a particular District can contribute to campaigns in that District. We must also eliminate corporate contributions from all political campaigns, as well as establish a cap on contributions to be equal to the federal individual limit.

    I would like to see an election day lottery produced by the Virginia Lottery, so that each person who votes would receive a chance to win twenty-five million dollars in an election night drawing, where the election winner would be announced along with the lottery winner. It is high time that the voters were rewarded for performing their “duty” of turning up at the polls. I think we would eventually attract many more citizens to the electoral process with an election day lottery, and those citizens may even become well informed enough to self govern.

    Transportation is a hot topic, but could we have the candidates express which solutions they agree on, or where they would be willing to work out a common ground solution?

    How about asking the candidates which laws they would repeal to enhance our LIBERTY, and/or to help grow our domestic manufacturing base?

    Set aside those snarky cynical rants and insist that these forums be a catalyst for positive, constructive discussions of real solutions.

  22. Betty said on 12 Oct 2009 at 4:55 pm:
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    Anona…you don’t know anything about me so keep your opinions of me to yourself!!!!! Get a life. It doesn’t take much to do research on the internet and find these blogs! No I wasn’t going to vote because I am sick on the back and forth ALL politicans do, but after this I will be voting and for Nichols. From what I’ve seen he hasn’t done a bad job in Richmond.
    And to make myself clear….Prior to this I HAVE NOT been out there campaigning for Nichols, but because of you I think I might contact them and help out!
    It’s funny how things can get twisted into making them what you want them to be…..Anona that is exactly what you did with my comment and just another explain of Republican BS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  23. Logical Thinker said on 12 Oct 2009 at 5:55 pm:
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    Rich Anderson is a distinguished USAF veteran who served his nation for three decades while Paul Nichols made big bucks as a trial lawyer. You tell me who you want in Richmond. A veteran or a self-important wise guy who isn’t smart enough to stay in the car, keep his mouth shut, and let law enforcement officers do their job.

  24. Anonymous said on 12 Oct 2009 at 6:21 pm:
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    So, Logical Thinker, have you seen Anderson’s USAF personnel file?

  25. Greg L said on 12 Oct 2009 at 6:50 pm:
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    A lot of his personnel file is right here:
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RIk4gcTqWEs

  26. startover said on 12 Oct 2009 at 8:31 pm:
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    Betty and the likes are Liberals. But has any of them listened to what the Liberals will do? Raise your taxes, try to get Metro built soon.Where will the money come from?

    It’s time to look at the logic answers and improve the Roads, VRS and Commuter Buses. It will be alot cheaper that the Billions of a Metro that will not be seen in Woodbridge for over 30 years.
    Wonder how many of us will be alive in 30/40 years??

  27. Groveton said on 12 Oct 2009 at 10:23 pm:
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    Interesting story.

    I’ve been down to the Outer Banks maybe 100 times. My experience is that the police go out of their way to be friendly and lenient. I’ve seen plenty of obviously intoxicated people hoot and holler while the police watch. Now, I am sure that the cops would pull over a drunk driver. I just don’t think they would start beating on a 50 - something guy for no reason.

    Here’s my guess:

    1. It’s April and there aren’t many cars on Rt 12.
    2. A car full of guys (I am guessing a foursome) is seen driving past Southern Shores.
    3. The police know that many of the expensive homes in Dare and Currituck counties are unoccupied at that time of the year and make good burglary targets so they pull over the first car to have a “look see” at what’s going on.
    4. The guys in the car look more like middle aged golfers than master thieves but there is a bit of a booze odor in the car.
    5. The police start putting the driver through the “touch your nose” drill when a second car pulls up. It has four more guys.
    6. A well oiled passenger hops out of the second car and starts yapping about how he’s a big time lawyer and his buddy (in the first car) doesn’t have to take any of this BS.
    7. A cop goes over to the loud mouth from the second car and tells him to get back in his car. The police don’t like this situation. The guys in the cars aren’t much of a threat but eight “half in the bag” middle aged golfers are enough to cause a scene.
    8. The passenger bumps the cop or brushes against him and the policeman decides that it’s time to put a lid on this situation. He tackles the guy and places him under arrest.
    9. By the time the whole matter gets to the police station somebody more senior than the arresting officer says, “Holy Mackeral - we market our town to middle aged golfers, we don’t arrest them.”.
    10. The whole matter is forgotten except that the arrest record is a public document and the guy who got arrested is running for office.

  28. Groveton said on 12 Oct 2009 at 10:31 pm:
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    As an aside - Curtis Jordan was a fine safety who hit hard and played on a number of excellent Redskins teams.

  29. Slick said on 12 Oct 2009 at 11:23 pm:
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    Again, Curtis who???? Puleeze, you’d think they could drag out someone folks would at least have a vague recollection of. Run pinko commies run! Run and scurry like cockroaches now that the lights have been turned on and we all see you for what you really are.

  30. Groveton said on 12 Oct 2009 at 11:32 pm:
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    Slick:

    Isn’t the point of using Curtis Jordan that he was personally on the scene in Noth Carolina when this Nichols fellow got arrested? I get the impression that he was one of the golfers. I guess you could ask Sonny Jurgenson, Billy Kilmer or John Riggens what they think of drinking during golf (I am guessing they are supportive). Or, what they think of getting arrested for fighting with the police (I’d put that at Sonny opposed, Riggo supportive and Ole Whiskey undecided). But none of them were there. Curtis Jordan was there. So, I guess we’ll have to “settle” for him.

  31. Groveton said on 12 Oct 2009 at 11:35 pm:
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    And … since we’ve drifted off to Redskins football … who was the greatest Redskin ever? True fans will understand that this is actually a fairly easy question to answer. I’ll start with a hint - It wasn’t Curtis Jordan.

  32. David Ruttenberg said on 13 Oct 2009 at 1:35 am:
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    What a great blog! I freakin love it :D

  33. Kevin C. said on 13 Oct 2009 at 9:09 am:
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    To Ruttenberg: SO DO I!!! In fact, this blog should be REQUIRED reading for voters. It’s the ONLY place you’ll get HONEST opinions. Except, of course, for the Nickles LAP DOGS of which he, obviously, has PLENTY. Harry, Betty and anonymous, not to mention, as Greg said, those who post from several different screen names. In other words, people TOO STUPID to take off their blindfolds and see that they’re supporting a PROFESSIONAL LIAR! That’s what the LOWLIFE, BOTTOM FEEDING DIVORCE lawyer does BEST, he MANIPULATES the TRUTH! I’m not saying Nickles is a GOOD liar but, that’s what he does, he LIES for a LIVING! He’s made a career out of RUINING peoples’ lives! Paul (three guesses what the “F” stands for) Nickles - PROFESSIONAL LIAR!!!

  34. Gone Hunting said on 13 Oct 2009 at 10:35 am:
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    I think Groveton has the Nichols arrest scenario about right. Do you think there was a video cam of this? And what about the EMS call? Nichols says he was slammed to the ground. That only happens with people who resist, not those that are not demonstrating hostility.

    Face it, his mouth and actions got him arrested. And Nichols has the nerve to suggest he’s “the victim”. What’s next, “can’t we all get along?”

  35. Slick said on 13 Oct 2009 at 11:33 am:
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    Groveton,

    My vote is for Joe Theismann. I don’t care what anyone says, a guy who gets his two front teeth knocked out then continues to play and leads his team to victory is top notch in my book. Today’s NFL players get a blister on their toe and go on the IR for 2 months. BTW, did you attend the old Groveton High, if so what year did you graduate?

  36. Betty said on 13 Oct 2009 at 1:36 pm:
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    Kevin C….you crack me up! You too don’t know me and assume things that aren’t try! Once again twisting things to what you want them to be! I enjoy this too much……………..

    Kevin C sounds like you’ve been on the recieving end of Nichols…..sounds personal to me…what did he represent your wife in a divorce and you got left with nothing?????
    LOL

  37. Tyler Durden said on 13 Oct 2009 at 1:52 pm:
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    Betty, I would say a more likely scenario is that Nichols represented Kevin C and what the judge didn’t give Ms. C, Nichols got. That’s how it works in Virginia DR or Circuit courts.

    Best thing for a guy to do when the bitch drops paper in Virginia is to buy a Mercedes and a Harley and walk into court representing himself with his pockets turned inside out.

  38. Groveton said on 13 Oct 2009 at 3:07 pm:
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    I like Theisman a lot. Played golf with him at a charity event once. Despite rumors to the contrary - he’s a great guy.

    Best Redskin? Gotta go with Slingin’ Sammy Baugh. Best QB and punter in the league back in the day. Also one of the best DBs in the league. He all but invented the modern passing game.

  39. Kevin C. said on 13 Oct 2009 at 3:41 pm:
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    Betty said, “…what did he represent your wife in a divorce and you got left with nothing?????”

    No STUPID, and I DO know you. You’re one who is TOO STUPID to PAY ATTENTION! With Nickles, the wife ALWAYS gets SCREWED, figuratively and literally!

    For the record, I’d NEVER let SCUMBAG Nickles represent me!

    I’m more inclined to believe that YOU were once on the “receiving end” of Nickles.

    PAY ATTENTION now, Nickles is a PROFESSIONAL LIAR! I’ll say that again because, for STUPID people, it is always necessary to say everything twice, “Nickles is a PROFESSIONAL LIAR!”

    You’d have to be an IDIOT vote for him.

    Now jump back up on his lap so he can scratch you behind the ear like a good little lap dog.

  40. Dittyman8 said on 13 Oct 2009 at 6:57 pm:
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    Groveton:

    As a former Navy cop who has done a few DUI arrests, I think your scenario is highly probable. Nichols should have stayed in car and play the “big-time lawyer” game at the police station pr the courthouse. But he probably had a few at the 19th hole and he thought that he could intimidate the “local yokle.”

  41. Tyler Durden said on 14 Oct 2009 at 10:16 am:
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    Looks like a totally separate thread on Virginia divorce might be in order.

  42. Robert L. Duecaster said on 14 Oct 2009 at 10:30 am:
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    Groveton: I met Slingin’ Sammy on a flight circa 1978 or thereabouts. He had attended some sort of drunkfest for old-timers. He was slovenly drunk on the flight, which I boarded in Columbus, OH. The airlines asked if I wanted an upgrade to 1st class, I said of course. They said I had to agree to be “aircraft commander,” and help out with any problems they had. They already knew they had a problem on board with a passenger from DC, and put me in the seat next to ole Slingin’ Sammy. We had an interesting time talking in between his attempts to proposition the stewardess. Great guy. He autographed my ticket stub, which I gave to my father who carried it around with him till he died about 25 years later.

  43. Betty said on 14 Oct 2009 at 12:59 pm:
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    Kevin C…you’re too stupid to see you are playing right into my hands! Happy I found this blog….I see it doesn’t take much you get people on here fired up!!!!!

    SPEAKING OF STUPID…….YOU MIGHT WANT TO LOOK UP THE CORRECT SPELLING OF NICHOLS!!!!!!!!

  44. Slick said on 14 Oct 2009 at 1:34 pm:
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    Hey Blathering Betty, He spelled it right cuz Nickles is all you’re gonna have left after voting for tax hiking leftists like him.

  45. Slick said on 14 Oct 2009 at 1:35 pm:
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    Try to keep up Betty or go back to the moonbat koolaid drinkers blog. Moron!

  46. Kevin C. said on 14 Oct 2009 at 2:35 pm:
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    Ain’t it just like Betty, with the ITTY BITTY BRAIN, AKA, “I wasn’t going to vote until…” (what a MORON) to think she’s got ANYONE playing into her hands?

    Dance, sock puppet, DANCE!

    Good little lap dog.

    Once again, for the STUPID people, Nickles is a PROFESSIONAL LIAR !!!

  47. Kevin C. said on 16 Oct 2009 at 12:24 am:
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    Once again, Nickles is a PROFESSIONAL LIAR. WHY didn’t he (or Jordan) mention the FACT that the FIRST officer to pull the SUSPECTED drunken driver over was DONNA GREENE?

    Didn’t one of the Nickles puppets say that “omitting FACTS” is the same as LYING?

    Big bad PUNK ASS Nickles jumps out of his car and tries to intimidate a FEMALE officer. SHE then calls for back-up and that’s when Thompson SLAMS Nickles face into the ground. (I’m telling you, I can’t stop SMILING at the thought of that DIRTBAG getting his face SLAMMED into the ground.)

    So, on the same NEW flier, it says that Nickles, “Voted THREE times to make it EASIER for DUI offenders to get back behind the wheel.” Imagine that, and HIM a lawyer who DEFENDS drunk drivers?

    Like I said people, it is just plain CRAZY to vote for someone who makes a living manipulating the truth, defending DRUNK DRIVERS (not to mention drug addicts and SEX offenders), and giving that low-life INFLUENCE over our drinking and driving laws!

    Talk about a CONFLICT of INTEREST!!!

    GREAT idea, let’s hire a PROFESSIONAL LIAR, who wants to return DRUNK DRIVERS to our roads, to represent us in Richmond. BRILLIANT !!!!!

  48. bill potts said on 16 Oct 2009 at 12:11 pm:
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    Kevin C. the charges were dropped point blank period.Move on……He is going to win the Election, So keep it moving…..

  49. Kevin C. said on 16 Oct 2009 at 12:51 pm:
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    bill potts said, “He is going to win…”

    That’s what I like, OVERCONFIDENCE !

    So, what are your thoughts on Deeds? Think he’s gonna win too?

    As far as Nickles goes, I don’t want to see anyone LOW LIFE who defends drunk drivers for a living having influence over our drinking and driving laws. Especially a THUG who assualts law enforcement officers.

    Only a FOOL would vote for him.

    Rich Anderson - Medal of VALOR
    P Nickles - ARRESTED for ASSAULT and resisting arrest?

    Seriously, you gotta be STUPID to vote for a CLOWN like Nickles who LIES for a living !!!!

  50. DPortM said on 17 Oct 2009 at 5:04 am:
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    Bryanna said on 12 Oct 2009 at 2:41 pm: Flag comment
    “Anderson Lies!
    Anyone who intentional withholds information not only lacks integrity but is a liar. Anderson failed to use good common sense when he approved this attack on Nichols. This is a real bone-head move for Anderson.
    I will be sure to vote for Nichols!!”

    Are you the same Bryanna who has already given $825.00 to Nichols as well as money to Luke Torian?

  51. Kevin C. said on 18 Oct 2009 at 4:21 am:
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    So, what’s up with this Nickles WORSHIPPIN’ WEASEL at the local rag writing in “our view” that Rich Anderson should apologize because a DRUNKEN THUG, Paul F. Nickles, assaulted a police officer, resisted arrest and obstructed justice?

    If the HALF WITTED MORON stayed in the car, there wouldn’t be an issue at all, would there?

    Instead, he had to jump into a situation where he had NO business and try to play SUPER LAWYER by trying to intimidate a FEMALE police officer.

    If ANYONE should apologize, Nickles should!

    He’s not FIT to represent ME (or you) in Richmond.

    The only thing that is PERFECTLY clear is, Nickles’ WORST enemy is the TRUTH!!!

    I hope the 6 o’clock news picks this story up! More people (voters) would find out that Nickles is nothing but a LIAR and a DRUNKEN THUG!

    BTW, where’s all that LEGAL ACTION we heard so much about?

    Once again, Nickles is the one who should APOLOGIZE, then RESIGN!!!

  52. REG said on 19 Oct 2009 at 9:44 pm:
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    Kevin C. for delegate!

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