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VCDL-PAC Endorsement in the 87th House District

By Greg L | 10 July 2011 | 87th HOD District, Loudoun County, Virginia House, Prince William County | 21 Comments

One candidate wrongly claimed an endorsement, only to have VCDL-PAC rapidly issue a request they retract the statement. Instead not only does VCDL-PAC endorse her opponent David Ramadan, but they show up at one of his fundraisers to personally announce their endorsement. I’ve never seen this happen before.

It shouldn’t surprise us too much. If Jo-Ann Chase has a gift, it is one of converting friends into opponents because of her consistent antics that needlessly complicate their lives. After Chase made the mind-boggling decision to lie and say that she had gotten the VCDL-PAC endorsement when she had not, I’m sure the folks at VCDL were awfully frustrated with her quite beyond the rather restrained statements they issued denying Chase’s claims. I’d seen her pull the same stunt before and make outrageous claims about the actions of the Manassas Republican Committee, and my conversations with them were, well, along the lines of what they term in diplomatic circles as “frank exchanges.” Roughly translated, that means nothing actually violent happened.

So instead of just issuing an announcement on VA-ALERT to members announcing this decision as usually happens, the chairman of VCDL-PAC and one of the executive members come to a fundraiser for David Ramadan and not only deliver the endorsement, but read a letter announcing it aloud to the audience. I had no idea this was going to happen, and it was stunning. In my view, for state and local races there is no other Second Amendment-focused organization that means anything other than VCDL-PAC — no other organization even comes close — and here they’re not just making a general announcement as usual, but delivering that endorsement personally along with a letter.

As far as I can tell, this is unprecedented.

Part of that might have something to do with Jo-Ann Chase throwing down the gauntlet to VCDL-PAC by claiming an endorsement she didn’t have, and couldn’t possibly have had at that point. Most of this I suspect is that David Ramadan clearly deserves that endorsement regardless of whether Jo-Ann Chase managed to enrage the VCDL folks with her over-the-top antics. In addition to responding to their survey in a strongly favorable way, it’s clear that David Ramadan’s actions belie his convictions about our constitutional rights much more eloquently than simply checking a box on a survey. The contrast between David and his opponent in this regard couldn’t be more clear.

Congrats to David Ramadan for this very important endorsement. As for Jo-Ann Chase, here’s something she might want to consider: You can only reap what you sow.



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21 Comments

  1. Loudoun Lady said on 10 Jul 2011 at 8:57 pm:
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    David Ramadan was surrounded by supporters and activists today and a good time was had by all - the VCDL PAC endorsement was the icing on the cake.

  2. G.Stone said on 10 Jul 2011 at 9:30 pm:
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    I have known David Ramadan for years. His love of the outdoors, Hunting, Shooting and most important our gun rights as law abiding citizens is not something he obtained in order to run for office. David is quite the sportsman. He hunts, fishes and participates in shooting sports. As a matter of fact all of the Ramadan brothers are active in the shooting sports. As Ed Levine from VCDL said in his remarks, David walks the walk when it comes to gun rights.

    Make no mistake this endorsement means alot to David. Knowing that his love and dedication to the outdoors and our constitutional God given rights were acknowledged by VCDL is a really big deal. Like you said Greg, he got this endorsement because he deserves it. Great work by both David and VCDL. Gun rights were advanced today !

  3. Jonathon Moseley said on 10 Jul 2011 at 10:44 pm:
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    Does David Imad Ramadan lying and pretending to be endorsed by the Loudoun County Republican Committee count as Ramadan deserving this endorsement?

    David Imad Ramadan is lying to the voters by pretending to have the endorsement of the Loudoun GOP.

    Ramadan’s truck is painted 2/3rds with the Loudoun County GOP logo and name, and contact information, and 1/3rd with the Ramadan campaign emblem.

    This was apparently entered in July 4th parade as a float.

    So Ramadan is trying to deceive voters into thinking that he has been endorsed by the Loudoun GOP.

    Similarly, David Imad Ramadan uses a tent at campaign events emblazoned on the top “LOUDOUN GOP” — again to falsely give the impression that Ramadan has been endorsed by the Loudoun GOP.

  4. Jonathon Moseley said on 10 Jul 2011 at 10:45 pm:
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    Sorry, I meant to write trailer, not truck. Ramadan has a truck trailer pulled behind a heavy pickup truck which is painted to deceive voters of the 87th district about Ramadan supposedly having the endorsement of the Loudoun GOP.

  5. Greg L said on 10 Jul 2011 at 11:21 pm:
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    From incompetent defense attorney to blog troll. Nice shift, Moseley.

    Tell you what, numbnuts: how about you file a suit about this. Not since the Gill & Gallinger debacle have I seen anyone so lacking in professional competency as to retreat from the courts to the blog world as a putative venue to argue a case. Not only are your facts woefully inadequate, but your legal arguments won’t satisfy a fourth grader.

    File suit if you think there’s a tort here. I dare you. I can’t wait to cover the pleadings on this blog as you demonstrate that only blithering idiots like JAC depend on incompetents like you for legal advice.

    I loved your last demand letter. It was hilarious. I hope to post it one day for the amusement of my readers.

  6. Freedom said on 11 Jul 2011 at 5:38 am:
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    Well Moseley, I don’t have a dog in this hunt, but if he’s disiplaying a trailer emblazoned with LCGOP. it sounds to me like he’s endorsing/supporting that organization, not that he’s touting LCGOP endorsement. …and I seriously doubt that they’d object to the publicity.

    To think that his advertising the LCGOP banner signifies their endorsement is akin to the parallel of Old McDonald owning a farm and as a consequence, Old McGregor owns a labradoodle! :)

  7. jon wong said on 11 Jul 2011 at 6:25 am:
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    yo mosey…have jo anne strap on pigleg and go buy pizza. maybe at tony in massass. complain about truck and tent dont hunt. nice shirt mr. livine.

  8. Loudoun Lady said on 11 Jul 2011 at 8:59 am:
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    Perhaps JAC could get her own trailer.

  9. The BulletProof Monk said on 11 Jul 2011 at 9:18 am:
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    Well, Jonathan…I defriended you around a year ago for the same bigoted and underhanded publicity stunts you were tossing back then. Glad to see I made the right decision and that you just can’t help but keep reinforcing my good judgement with every new day and every new stump in logic that trips you.

    MANY thanks to the VCDL-PAC for a great endorsement. And if all of Levine’s needling me thru the years to join didn’t work, I think this endorsement might just have spurred me to action.

  10. Red Blanket said on 11 Jul 2011 at 10:05 pm:
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    Jonathon Moseley is a complete bonehead. Ramadan owns that trailer, and due to his full dedication to the Loudoun Republican Unit, he paid for the wrap on the exterior that benefits the unit, and hauls his Harley all over Virginia in it, raising its profile. He did this prior to running for the House of Delegates. No endorsement is gained from it, either express or implied. I guess when he rides his motorcycle, or shoots his gun, that means he has been endorsed by Harley-Davidson and Smith and Wesson, right Moseley?He has been a GREAT Republican, and is a fine AMERICAN. At least he didn’t LIE about his endorsements, he actually received the VCDL-PAC endorsement, unlike JAC. I seriously hope my good friend Larry Pratt re-thinks the GOA endorsement, in light of the actions of JAC.

    I am sick and tired of the JAC crowd doing everything they can to attack David, while never EVER even attempting to define her as a candidate that stands for something, or even that she is the better choice in the primary based upon her beliefs, values, or how she will serve those who she represents….wait, perhaps that is because there is no such definition.

    David is more of an american than most americans. He appreciates liberty and justice, loves our country and what it stands for, and will represent his district well when he is elected to the House of Delegates.

  11. jon wong said on 12 Jul 2011 at 5:58 am:
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    hey mosey…make ad like this….jo anne get endorsement from cripps or bloods. she can beat
    vcdl?

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EZ3B8WvVjL4

  12. jon wong said on 12 Jul 2011 at 7:09 am:
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    hey mosey…jo anne maybe get white eagle and ghost shadow endorsement to (triads)….maybe she just start nice gang program….even in nj..we read about many gang shoot in leesberg…if gang vote…then she win.

  13. Jonathon Moseley said on 12 Jul 2011 at 8:07 am:
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    Apparently David Imad Ramadan is trying to deceive voters into thinking he has been endorsed by the Loudoun County GOP. Take a look for yourself.

    http://www.defenseforvirginia.com/LoudounGOPTruckO4.jpg

    Note: Despite being asked to refrain from this practice, Ramadan has NOT corrected this “mistake” but is continuing to try to deceive Republican voters. Everyone can make a mistake. It is what someone does when it is pointed out that reveals what they really intended all along.

    Has the LCRC given Ramadan permission to use the Loudoun name in this way?

    SHOULD Republicans support a candidate who is trying to deceive the voters? Don’t we have enough of that in Richmond already? Do we need more of this kind of politician in Richmond?

  14. Jonathon Moseley said on 12 Jul 2011 at 8:25 am:
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    Many blogs will only accept one hyperlink per post without getting the comment clogged up waiting review. So here is another view:

    http://www.defenseforvirginia.com/LoudounGOPTruckO5.jpg

  15. Jonathon Moseley said on 12 Jul 2011 at 8:29 am:
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    Note that 2/3rds of Ramadan’s truck trailer is intended to appear as an OFFICIAL LOUDOUN GOP vehicle:

    http://www.defenseforvirginia.com/LoudounGOPTruckO6.jpg

    NOTICE how Ramadan does NOT say things like “I support the Loudoun GOP”

    He mimics a Loudoun GOP official logo and makes it look like this truck is owned by the LCRC and is promoting David Ramadan

    The trailer is painted with the LCRC motto, phone number, website, etc., all to give the impression that it is an official vehicle of the Loudoun County Republican Committee

    Furthermore, if this were simply to promote the Loudoun GOP, then let us see Ramadan *ONLY* have the Loudoun GOP logo on it… AND NOT his own campaign.

    If this were not meant to deceive the voters, Ramadan would put the Loudoun GOP logo and information on his truck… AND NOTHING ELSE.

    Putting his own campaign next to the LCRC information is clearly intended to deceive people into thinking that the LCRC has endorsed him.

  16. Jonathon Moseley said on 12 Jul 2011 at 8:34 am:
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    Again, here, David Ramadan (I think that is him standing in front) seeks to deceive voters into believing he is the nominee of the Republican Party, with this message on his tent:

    http://www.defenseforvirginia.com/LoudonTentRamadan.jpg

    Or is he using a tent that belongs to the Loudoun County Republican Committee?

  17. Jonathon Moseley said on 12 Jul 2011 at 8:55 am:
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    By the way, go ahead and post the letter on this subject that I sent, although I would be curious to know who you got a copy of it, Greg. What are you doing with a letter sent to David Ramadan personally?

    Curious, eh?

    However, in this letter, I suggested that Ramadan simply not use the trailer and the tent until after the primary. This would allow him to believe he is going to be the nominee, use these resources after the primary election on August 23rd, but not be seen to be deceptive by implying to Republican voters that he has been endorsed by the Loudoun GOP.

  18. Not A Loser Like Jonathon Moseley said on 12 Jul 2011 at 10:29 am:
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    Get a life, loser. You links don’t even work.

  19. The BulletProof Monk said on 12 Jul 2011 at 11:42 am:
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    2nd for this loser to actually doing something productive with his time.
    Mosey –it’s been speled out above like 5 times. You do have a bonehead.

  20. Anonymous said on 12 Jul 2011 at 5:28 pm:
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    I wonder who the first person to file a complaint with the Bar Association over Moseley failing to properly disclose his attorney-client relationship with Jo-Ann Chase will be?

  21. The BulletProof Monk said on 14 Jul 2011 at 11:03 pm:
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    He’s blowing a gasket over something that the LCRC doesn’t even have legal ownership of. They’ve never filed.

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