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Archives for November 2009

Thank You, Veterans

10 November 2009 | Patriotism | 8 Comments

Guest Post by Sanford D. Horn
“Freedom is never more than one generation away from extinction. We didn’t pass it to our children in the bloodstream. It must be fought for, protected, and handed on for them to do the same, or one day we will spend our sunset years telling our children and our children’s […]

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‘Hands Off My Healthcare’ In PWC

10 November 2009 | Gerry Connolly, National Politics, Prince William County | 14 Comments

With 24 hour’s notice and on a weekday to boot, about 200 people showed up in front of Gerry Connolly’s district office in Prince William County to protest his support of Pelosi-ObamaCare, which is a pretty amazing turnout. Of particular note at this event, one of Connolly’s staffers was taking video […]

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Timing The Special Election

10 November 2009 | Fairfax County, Virginia Senate | 9 Comments

Lots of questions swirl around the blogosphere regarding when a special election in the 37th District will be held.  Governor/DNC Chair Kaine was expected to delay calling the election until Democrats could actually find a qualified candidate who lived in the district, but today bwana notes that the timing might actually be in Ken Cuccinelli’s hands.  […]

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Steve Hunt Kickoff Video

8 November 2009 | Fairfax County, Virginia Senate | 18 Comments

Here are some highlights from the Steve Hunt kickoff. Voters in the 37th Senate District would be hard-pressed to find a better candidate to represent them in the Senate of Virginia.

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Connolly Vote Open Thread

8 November 2009 | Gerry Connolly | 28 Comments

So Gerry Connolly voted for Pelosi-ObamaCare, and a lot of eleventh district residents are pretty upset from the looks of the comment sections in several posts.  My question is, what are those of you frustrated by this going to do about it?  I assume sitting on the couch isn’t in the plans of many, but so […]

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Keith Fimian Savages The HealthCare Bill

7 November 2009 | Gerry Connolly, National Politics, Fairfax County, Prince William County | 32 Comments

Keith Fimian held a press conference in front of Gerry Connolly’s district office today where he delivered a tough critique of the current 2,000 plus page monstrosity of a bill that the House is debating. You’d think Democrats would at least allow consideration of some of the common-sense alternatives that […]

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What A Shock: Connolly Likes ObamaCare

7 November 2009 | Gerry Connolly, National Politics | 10 Comments

Not much of a surprise here, but the behavior of Gerry Connolly just seems like the gift that keeps on giving to bloggers.
Connolly has been telling people that he wasn’t sure how he would vote on the monstrosity of the ObamaCare bill and wanted to get more information and see how the bill was amended.  […]

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And The Dem Nominee Will Likely Be…

6 November 2009 | Fairfax County, Virginia Senate | 5 Comments

So far it’s looking like this buffoon Dave Marsden, who barely escaped getting beaten by an under-funded, relative unknown in his House District race this week, is the most likely Democrat to run for the Senate seat now vacated by Ken Cuccinelli in the 37th Senate District. Marsden even has […]

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Let The Fireworks Begin!

6 November 2009 | Gerry Connolly, Fairfax County, US Congress, Prince William County | 8 Comments

Now this should be interesting. Gerry Connolly has handed Keith Fimian a wagonload of political ammunition for his challenge over the past several days, and I’m betting he’s going to start using it right away.  Bully for him!
Keith Fimian will be holding a press conference on Saturday, November 7, 2009 at 10 AM to […]

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Gerry Connolly Tries To Get Constituent Arrested

5 November 2009 | Gerry Connolly | 48 Comments

Welcome listeners of THE GREAT ONE, Mark Levin! (Mark refers to this post around minute 75 in his program)

Today there are lots of people trying to lobby their elected officials on the health care bill pending in Congress, and Gerry Connolly tried to get one of them arrested on false charges of assault, setting a […]

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Connolly In The Crosshairs

5 November 2009 | Gerry Connolly, National Politics, Illegal Aliens | 19 Comments

Right after the Democrats get spanked in Virginia and New Jersey, the Congress decides now is the time to bring up a health care bill that specifically includes providing care for illegal aliens, and Pelosi lapdogs like Gerry Connolly are squarely sitting in ground-zero in the fight raging today. Have these people gone absolutely […]

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51st District Analysis

5 November 2009 | 51st HOD District | 13 Comments

Paul Nichols was a first-term delegate with lots of money, but wasn’t expected to personally work that hard for his own re-election.  Rich Anderson looked promising as a challenger because he was willing to put in the time and effort to get elected.  In the end, Anderson knocking on a huge number doors in the […]

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50th District Results

4 November 2009 | Jeanette Rishell, 50th HOD District | 27 Comments

“A mixed blessing is when your mother in law drives off a cliff, but does it in your new Cadillac.”
On the good news front, I don’t think there’s any way we’re going to have to deal with Jeanette Rishell as a candidate ever again.  On the bad news front, Jackson Miller may not have […]

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The Mystery Of Pattie Precinct

4 November 2009 | Virginia Politics, Prince William County | 8 Comments

When last night’s election returns started rolling in I and everyone else were stunned by a substantial early lead reported for Jody Wagner, where she was leading Bill Bolling by about 75%-25% while returns showed Bob McDonnell leading Creigh Deeds 60%-40%. As the evening wore on, Wagner’s lead slowly disappeared and eventually the returns […]

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37th SD Special Election

4 November 2009 | Virginia Senate | 7 Comments

Now that Ken Cuccinelli is the AG-elect, there’s the question of who is going to run for his Senate seat. This is the man I think will be the next Senator representing the 37th District:

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2009 Election Winners And Losers

4 November 2009 | Virginia Politics | 18 Comments

We already know, for the most part, all the candidates who won or lost in yesterday’s election.  They’re not the only ones with either a reason to celebrate or feel despair today.  Plenty of others are, or should be caught up in the emotional wake of yesterday’s stunning results, and you might be one of […]

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Republicans Sweep Virginia

4 November 2009 | Virginia Politics, Virginia House | 27 Comments

What a night.
Bob McDonnell crushes Deeds 59-41, Bill Bolling wallops Wagner 56-44, and Ken Cuccinelli pounds Shannon 58-42.  Republicans pick up what looks to be six seats, with Morefield, Villanueva, Stolle, LeMunyon, Greason, Garrett, Anderson and Comstock winning, and Hamilton and Lopez coming up short.  Democrats also manage to lose the Governor’s race in New […]

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Live Election Coverage Starts At 7:00PM

3 November 2009 | Virginia Politics, Virginia House | 15 Comments

Tonight, BVBL goes live-stream for election night coverage from the site of the 2009 Republican Victory Celebration at L&B’s in Woodbridge, starting at 7:00PM.  To see the broadcast live on ustream, and participate in the chat, click here.  We’ll have coverage of tonight’s election results, interviews with the candidates, elected officials and leaders in the […]

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Early Polling Observations

3 November 2009 | Virginia Politics, Manassas City, Prince William County | 38 Comments

Party and campaign operations folks are telling me this morning that turnout in traditionally Republican-leaning precincts in Prince William County are ranging in the 8-9% range, while Democrat-leaning precincts are hovering in the 3-4% range.  Although I expect this gap to narrow throughout the day, the gap should widen back up in the last two […]

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2009 Election Day Open Thread

2 November 2009 | Virginia Politics | 26 Comments

I’ll be busy working polls early on election day, and while I am I hope readers can share what they’re noticing at the polls and how many voters have turned out at their precincts.  I’m expecting many will see a fairly light turnout in their precincts and a pretty meager operation from Democrats at the […]

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