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Scott York Republican Backstab?

By Greg L | 20 July 2011 | Loudoun County | 9 Comments


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.

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  1. Alton Foley said on 20 Jul 2011 at 6:07 pm:
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    Can he do that? I know failed GA primary candidates can’t run as independents, does that law apply to local offices?

  2. Convention Attendee said on 20 Jul 2011 at 6:39 pm:
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    I have attended functions where Scott York has stated point blank, that if he fails to win the nomination he would support the winner. It could not have been more clear. And Scott has slot of integrity, unlike someone who would try to start a totally unfounded rumor. How much is steve Stockman paying for this?

  3. Paying attention in Loudoun said on 20 Jul 2011 at 9:10 pm:
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    Seems to me that it’s the Chapman folks who are starting the unfounded rumors about Ron Speakman. They can’t ever seem to find any proof of their silly stories.

    I will vote for York. I don’t give a hoot if York runs as a republican or a Rastafarian, and I’m not even sure what that is.

  4. The BulletProof Monk said on 20 Jul 2011 at 11:17 pm:
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    “Go figure. It’s not like this hasn’t happened before.”

    Greg, it HAS happened before. Her name is Dale Polen Myers. She went thru the whole Convention rig-a-mo-roll and lost to Scott. The next day, she was running as an independent.
    Eerily, in 2007, two of her lackies did the exact same turnaround after loosing the convention that year. All were readily welcomed back to the party.
    So, you’re correct — it HAS happened before.

    Now, as to Scott York, well, when Dale Myers had stacked the upcoming convention with delegates (this was the first recorded incidence of the Catholic Churches of Loudoun being used to flood the delegate list — something that repeats to this day), Scott didn’t even make a pledge. He departed what was obviously a stacked deck and ran as an independent. Now, upon his return to the Party, they have a problem with York??? What about Myers?

    This is as close as we get to the picture in the Webster’s when we look up HYPOCRITE.

  5. Now for Stockman said on 21 Jul 2011 at 2:21 pm:
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    I was going to vote for Scott York, but seeing I won’t support York when he’s being supported by Democrat lover BulletProof Monk. If York keeps company with the lieks of BPM, that’s enough for me to vote Stockman.

  6. The BulletProof Monk said on 21 Jul 2011 at 5:57 pm:
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    Go ahead, jackass. You were going to anyway.
    Try a new appraoch, dumbass.

  7. NoVA Scout said on 21 Jul 2011 at 7:34 pm:
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    I’m surprised a bit that York (who is at least a moderately intelligent and sensible man, if not well above average) is willing to continue to provide competent governance in Loudoun County. He can win no matter what affiliation he chooses to align with. That he is gifting the Republican Party with his presence this time around is a tremendous favor to us.

  8. Greg L said on 21 Jul 2011 at 11:23 pm:
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    The cry of the serf, never put more elegantly: “That he is gifting the Republican Party with his presence this time around is a tremendous favor to us.”

    For the love of God…

  9. NoVA Scout said on 23 Jul 2011 at 5:12 am:
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    Well, I was being arch. The point is, however, that if York wants to be Chairman ( it strikes me as a job that would cease to give satisfaction after one or two terms - but, if he’s up for another go at it, he really ought to do it), he is respected enough to get elected no matter what banner he runs under. I have no idea why he decided to put up with local R nonsense (and there’s nonsense-a-plenty in some of these local committees), but it’s not a bad thing for us.

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