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My Thoughts On The Fimian Campaign

9 November 2010 | Keith Fimian | 16 Comments

So after looking for every potential avenue for optimism and finding none, Keith Fimian has done what Democrats rarely do and conceded the election even though he could have legally called for a recount.  Although we wish the outcome was different, we can take comfort knowing that we nominated a candidate with the class to […]

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GA Session: Your Ideas

8 November 2010 | Virginia Politics | 23 Comments

The dust of the midterm elections has pretty much settled and now the political battle turns towards the upcoming General Assembly session in Richmond.  With pre-filing of bills opening up soon, legislators are always eager to hear ideas from their constituents about what legislative priorities they should pursue.  I happen to have it on pretty […]

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Yeah, Go With That You Moonbats

6 November 2010 | DPVA, Virginia Politics | 17 Comments

If you want to peer into the twisted psyche of today’s moonbat reeling in reaction to the midterm elections, grab plenty of duct tape and head on over to “Blue Virginia.” There you can find out how they believe their political future relies upon fostering a Communist revolution to sweep away free markets, replace them […]

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RoysePAC To Launch This Election Season

6 November 2010 | Prince William County | 3 Comments

My good friend Chris Royse is working on setting up a political action committee, which tells me there’s definitely going to be some strong challenges made to Democrat incumbents on the eastern side of Prince William County this election cycle.  If you want to keep the ball rolling after these midterm elections, you can contact […]

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Who Will Appear On The Krystal Ball Show?

5 November 2010 | Virginia Politics, Humor & Satire | 11 Comments

Bearing Drift has heard rumors that MSNBC is interested in having CPA/educational software consultant/penny stock huckster/failed candidate Krystal Ball participate in a program on their highly respected cable channel.  Since a highly respected news outfit needs a highly respectable name for a show with highly respected anchors, Bearing Drift is soliciting readers to contribute ideas […]

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Election Problems in VA-11?

5 November 2010 | Keith Fimian, Gerry Connolly | 11 Comments

Are we looking at a battle royale over voting irregularities in the 11th District?  From the looks of Fairfax GOP Chairman Anthony Bedell’s email, it certainly seems that way.

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I Don’t Drink Tea

4 November 2010 | National Politics | 3 Comments

Somewhere along the line some of my good friends in the Tea Party movement got a little carried away with a metaphor, and inadvertently robbed present-day Americans of a fundamental history lesson that our revolutionary era forefathers worked really hard to pass on to us.  We don’t serve tea.  We throw it into the sea […]

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They Teach Math In Virginia, Right?

3 November 2010 | Keith Fimian, Gerry Connolly | 18 Comments

On election night the State Board of Elections reported that they had 26,000 absentee ballots yet to tabulate in the 11th District, even though their website showed they had tabulated the absentee precincts.  Later, they said they had counted all 26,000 ballots in this tweet:
Now official: In Virginia’s 11th district race the 26,000 outstanding […]

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The Three Horsemen of Manassas Park

3 November 2010 | Manassas Park | 16 Comments

Perhaps no greater and more desperately needed change happened in Tuesday’s elections than in Manassas Park.  The election of Preston Banks and Brian Leeper, along with the re-election of Suhas Naddoni could potentially herald the long-awaited recovery of this troubled locality — if they can find a fourth horseman to join the three.  The apocalypse […]

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Winners and Losers of 2010

3 November 2010 | National Politics, Virginia Politics | 16 Comments

This election there were winners and losers well beyond the candidates themselves. Here’s a look at what the larger trends are in the new political world we’re going to inhabit for the next two years:

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The Day After

3 November 2010 | National Politics | 18 Comments

With Republicans picking up a whopping 61 seats or more in the House of Representatives as well as six senate seats, it’s a pretty satisfying morning even if it looks like Gerry “Boss” Connolly is going to be around for another two years.  We’ve got a lot to be happy about as the Obama agenda is effectively […]

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2 November 2010 | Gerry Connolly, Keith Fimian, Fairfax County, Manassas Park, US Congress, Prince William County | 30 Comments

The election results are coming in, and they’re looking like a solid drubbing for the socialist agenda of Obama, Reid and Pelosi.  Three of four congressional contests go to the GOP, and the Fimian - Connolly race is headed for a recount.
7:00PM Early projections: Wolf (VA10) and Wittman (VA01) cruise to victory.
7:08PM Projection: Hurt (VA05) […]


VOTE! Open Thread

1 November 2010 | Virginia Politics | 30 Comments

Polls open Tuesday at 6AM and close at 7PM.  Keep us up to date on the turnout, how the constitutional amendments are affecting lines, and what you’re seeing and hearing out there.

UPDATE 5:12PM: Huge turnouts in parts of PWC, running 3 & 4-1 for Fimian.  Looks like a repeat of the […]

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Manassas Park Municipal Election Guide

1 November 2010 | Manassas Park | 10 Comments

OK, all you folks in the Park who haven’t figured out what’s happening this election.  This is for you.
Four seats on the Governing Board are up for election this cycle in two separate elections.  In the first batch, you get to pick three out of the following four candidates: Suhas Naddoni, Michael Bunner, Preston Banks […]

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Election Predictions — 2010

1 November 2010 | National Politics | 6 Comments

Guest Post by Sanford D. Horn
Any jackass can safely predict Sen. Richard Shelby (R-AL) and Sen. Barbara Mikulski (D-MD) will win reelection on Tuesday. I’m here to make the tough calls in as many races as possible. The GOP will build on the momentum of last fall’s victories by Gov. Chris Christie in my home […]

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