Archives for July 2011
It’s been a busy week on the campaign trail in Prince William County. Here are some of my notes…
Looks like Tito’s utterly inane game to see who can hispander the most is seriously backfiring. The Liberty Zone piles on with some real gems on this, ending with the kind of summation I wished I’d thought of:
There’s a reason the usual establishment suspects have gathered behind Tito to try to stop Jeff. He stuck his […]
Mason Conservative has a fascinating story up tonight about how 37th Senate District candidate Jason Flannary stole content from a radio ad from Wisconsin and sold it to a candidate running in the 6th District. I’m stunned. When you rip off content and resell it to someone else not only do you put your client in legal […]
Only someone like Tito Munoz would issue a debate challenge with the condition that the entire debate be conducted in Spanish. Are you friggin’ kidding me?
When election activities in Mexico are conducted in English, we’ll think about it. Until then, trying to turn Woodbridge further into an adjunct of a central American bananna republic is absolutely […]
Prince William County Supervisors Principi, Jenkins and Caddigan, if you really want a fight, you came to the right place.
One of the better speeches at the Loudoun County Republican Convention this week was that of John Whitbeck, who is running in the 10th District for the House of Delegates. This guy really seems to get it, and deserves a close look by the folks in that district.
Because “hoarding” has suddenly become such a grave concern in Prince William County, taxpayers are going to be shelling out $75,000 a year so we can hire a leader for a “hoarding task force.” The rationale? Well, apparently Arlington and Fairfax have one of these, so we need one, too. Clearing out illegal alien day […]
Your campaign can’t raise money, nor is it apparently any good at attracting voters to the few events the campaign can afford. What can you do? Well, if you’re Suzanne Miller, running a campaign for Gainesville Supervisor that has become a running joke, apparently a money-saving alternative is to show up at campaign events other […]
When applying for medicaid benefits in Richmond a guy asks whether his income from prostitution and drug dealing should be disclosed on his benefits application. The answer: no. Thanks to Project Veritas for uncovering just how well our government works for us.
Quite a few folks have been clamoring to see if I had any video of E. W. Jackson’s speech at the LCRC Convention. Here’s what I have. I hadn’t planned on bothering with candidates running in 2012 races as they’re already sucking way too much oxygen out of the 2011 elections, but when […]
York gets nominated by acclimation, and Chapman wins the Sheriff race by a weighted vote of about 2,500 to 1,500 in one of the smoothest run conventions I’ve ever seen.
But is that what delegates were really talking about? Nope. E. W. Jackson stole the show with a floor speech that brought the house down. Anyone looking […]
When I read Loudoun County Commonwealth’s Attorney Jim Plowman’s attack on Ron Speakman’s proposal on illegal immigration, I couldn’t believe what I was reading. Is this guy just a political hack who will say anything to support his preferred candidates, or is he really this incompetent? Perhaps this is part of the reason Loudoun County […]
The Stockman campaign comes up with one of the best non-professional political videos I’ve seen in a long time. It’s worth a watch.
Looks like someone else in Loudoun County has picked up on the idea of creating political videos. Not a bad start, at all. This is going to hit like a sledgehammer.
(H/T to NOVATownHall)
Scott York is telling people privately that he will run as an independent candidate for Loudoun County Chairman if he fails to secure the Republican nomination in this weekend’s primary. Go figure. It’s not like this hasn’t happened before.
Someone ought to tell Steve Hunt and Jason Flannary they have a new entrant in the 37th District, as it seems Tito Munoz has abandoned his challenge to Jeff Frederick and will be moving.
Tito Munoz: “I decided in late December that I wanted to run for State Senate in the 37th District. I even made […]
The Nokesville and Yorkshire Volunteer Fire Departments are appropriated money by Prince William County in order to provide firefighting services to county residents. So why in the heck are they both donating money to Wally Covington’s re-election campaign according to VPAP? You’d think that a lawyer like Wally would understand that organizations recognized as non-profit charities […]
Really? Is this Liz Andrzejewicz Mills, the campaign manager for Mike Chapman who is running as a Republican? Did she really run as a Democrat endorsed by the neo-communist “Working Families Party” in New York in 2008?
Why, why would a Republican choose someone with a political past like this to be the public face of his Republican primary campaign?
According to Riley over at Virtucon, sources are saying a special prosecutor has been appointed to investigate charges of wire fraud and bank fraud. Just imagine, the darling of PWC dems whose candidacy was so celebrated by the Moonhowlings/moonbat crowd may soon be under indictment for his mortgage default scheme. This might be the first time […]
On Saturday there’s a convention in Loudoun County that will select nominees for Sheriff and County Chairman. Current County Chairman Scott York is seeking the Republican nomination four years after he endorsed a slate of Democrats including the nutcase Andrea McGimsey over Republicans. For some strange reason, I think Steve Stockman is going […]