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Toddy Puller: Defense To Crime Is Not An Option

By Greg L | 14 July 2011 | 36th VA Senate, Fairfax County, Virginia Senate, Prince William County | 5 Comments

Virtucon has an interesting piece up this afternoon about Toddy Puller and the 36th Senate District, and the prospects of her getting knocked off by either Jeff Frederick or Tito Munoz.  Most people may not be aware that rather than being the poor widow of a fallen hero as she purports herself to be, she actually walked out on a returning Vietnam War veteran who committed suicide soon after.  Ouch.

The part of the story that poor widow Puller tends to leave out is that her husband’s suicide followed her walking out on him — sort of how the Menendez brothers threw themselves on the mercy of the jury as orphans after they murdered their parents. Now that it is politically expedient, she shamelessly exploits his memory for political gain, referring to him as one of her men along with her father-in-law.

This raises the opportunity for a policy debate regarding Puller’s steadfast and longstanding opposition to our constitutionally-guaranteed liberties, and specifically her intransigent opposition to what is called “castle doctrine”.  For a quick primer on what that actually is, we turn to this recent clip from a debate among Sheriff’s candidates in Loudoun County where this topic came up:

Puller had two opportunities to help fix this problem during the last session of the General Assembly, and instead voted twice in opposition to “castle doctrine.” I’m pretty sure either Tito or Jeff, who should succeed her, would cast a far better vote in defense of crime victims and out civil rights.

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  1. Anonymous said on 14 Jul 2011 at 6:57 pm:
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    Toddy may as well just put the gun in his hand. What audacity she has to now use his and his father’s name for political purposes that I doubt they would have supported.

  2. Harry said on 16 Jul 2011 at 11:31 am:
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    Puller will win this district(55-45), this is one of the few suburban disrticts that deeds won.

  3. Dittyman8 said on 16 Jul 2011 at 9:25 pm:
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    Harry, you seriously underestimate Jeff Frederick. She can’t just run on her last name anymore and the district has move southward, basically including Frederick’s old district.

  4. Hillel said on 17 Jul 2011 at 9:22 pm:
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    I am hopeful that you will correct your very misleading statement regarding Toddy PUller and her husband. They were married TWENTY years AFTER AFTER he returned from Vietnam. My understanding is that there were serious substance abuse problems for many years until she finally left him.

    Greg, you have no right to judge her decision to leave her husband after more than two decades. Please, be decent, correct your statement suggesting she left her husband because he came home injured from vietnam. Surely you have enough political knowledge to argue politics and not this tragic event in her life.

  5. NoVA Scout said on 19 Jul 2011 at 5:18 am:
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    Hillel - you must be kidding. Why argue substantive political issues if one can throw personal dirt, either real or imagined. Remember where you are. I think the true issue in this campaign is the texture and substance of the personal marital relationship of the late Mr. Puller and Mrs. Puller. Let’s get focussed. Otherwise you just get mired in talking about delivering governance in the Commonwealth.

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