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PWC 100 Debates

By Greg L | 29 September 2011 | 13th VA Senate, Loudoun County, 13th HOD District, Prince William County | 6 Comments

Tonight’s debates between Bob Marshall and Carl Genthner, and between Dick Black and Shawn Miller were rather amusing.  Both of these races are between strong, experienced conservatives and starry-eyed Obama supporters bearing no meaningful resume.  Many thanks to the Prince William Committee of 100 for sponsoring tonight’s event, as otherwise there would be no opportunity to see so clearly the vast differences between these candidates.  Local Democrats might try to talk like they’re “moderates” in their literature, but in person they’re little more than Obama acolytes.

I’ll have more on these debates later, along with some footage.

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  1. Logical Thinker said on 30 Sep 2011 at 6:17 am:
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    This will be like watching a bug contesting a windshield at 60 MPH….the D’s are so lame….

  2. Anonymous said on 30 Sep 2011 at 10:52 am:
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    Gee . . . another example of conservative, pro-life, low tax, anti-illegal leaders that are articulate, thoughtful and actually get stuff done on transportation and jobs that helps even dumb dem voters.

    Please God, more of these folks at the state and local level!

  3. The BulletProof Monk said on 30 Sep 2011 at 4:27 pm:
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    And Shawn thinks he won that debate? This should be an eye-opener for those who would vote for him. He’s not the sharpest knife in the drawer. He can’t even sense that he just got run over by the Black Trucking Company!!

  4. Loudoun Lady said on 1 Oct 2011 at 8:00 am:
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    Again, I point to the vetting of the candidate. I have heard Mitchell was recruited by Herring, which makes sense. The question becomes, what did Herring know about this guy and did he give the thumbs up despite the lack of grasp of the issues and knowledge of his problems with his former employer? If the answer is yes, blame Herring for leading Mitchell into a situation where he is exposed and damaging his potential for further public service. Mitchell has obvious problems, but how and why he is on the ballot should not be ignored. Herring shouldn’t be trusted either, because if this is indicative of his “process” in research and vetting in Richmond - we have an even bigger problem.

  5. James Young said on 3 Oct 2011 at 11:56 am:
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    I don’t know how you tell when somebody has “won” a debate, short of the other guy drooling, that is. I thought Black and Marshall did well (I am on the C100 Board), but I am predisposed toward them. And sadly, neither of their opponents drooled.

  6. Loudoun Lady said on 3 Oct 2011 at 1:10 pm:
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    James Young, I wasn’t at the debates, but people can form opinions on who won or lost any debate. I suppose they could all get a tiny trophy to put on their bedroom bookcase to make them feel good, but is that the purpose of an election debate?

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