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The Best Part About Saturday

9 May 2014 | Virginia Politics, US Congress | 2 Comments

… is that we might never be subject to the inane, incoherent rantings of Gerald Geddes ever again.  If ever there was a person not suited for campaigning for public office, he would be the guy.
Of equal note, the excellent Suzanne Scholte is almost guaranteed to be the Republican nominee to take on Gerry Connolly […]

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The VA-10th Primary

25 April 2014 | Virginia Politics, US Congress | 20 Comments

Tomorrow Republicans (and doubtless a few Democrats) will go to polling locations across the 10th Congressional District to select a Republican nominee for Congress to replace Frank Wolf.  By all appearances this is going to be a not terribly competitive matchup between the establishment’s well-funded candidate Barbara Comstock and the typically under-funded Conservative Bob Marshall.

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Gerald Geddes, Just Go Away, Please

12 March 2014 | Fairfax County, Virginia Politics, US Congress, Prince William County | 2 Comments

I hope that most of you, unlike myself, have not been subjected to the ongoing clown show that has been the communications effort from Gerald Geddes. His bid for the Republican nomination in the 11th Congressional District of Virginia has been an ongoing demonstration of what happens when an idiot campaigner is armed with an […]

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How Much Does It Cost A Campaign To Buy A Blogger?

13 February 2014 | Virginia Politics, Blogs, US Congress | 12 Comments

The next time you see some blog post supporting Barbara Comstock or trashing her opponents with silly arguments, make sure you ask yourself this question: is the person writing this article on Barbara Comstock’s payroll?  Or is the local self-styled pundit who is clogging up a comments thread being paid to do so by a […]

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The Comstock Coronation Derailed?

9 February 2014 | 13th HOD District, US Congress | 3 Comments

A credible source has tipped me off that in the next few days Delegate Bob Marshall will announce a run for the 10th Congressional District, having obtained the level of grassroots support he feels he needs to run a strong and credible campaign for Congress.  Barbara Comstock may well have a real race on her […]

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Frank Wolf Retires

17 December 2013 | Fairfax County, Loudoun County, Manassas Park, Manassas City, US Congress, Prince William County | 10 Comments

Frank Wolf has announced he will not seek re-election in 2014, which is guaranteed to kick off quite a contest to see who the Republican nominee will be.
Does Barbara Comstock have this locked down, or will there actually be a contest?  We’re going to find out pretty soon.
UPDATE: Dick Black is looking at a run […]

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Gerry Connolly: A Heartless Monster

20 September 2013 | Gerry Connolly | 7 Comments

When the family members left behind after this Administration abandoned their sons, fathers and husbands in Bengazi went to talk to Congress, Gerry Connolly walked out on them.  Ambassador Chris Stevens, US Foreign Service Officer Sean Smith, and Navy SEALs Glen Doherty and Tyrone Woods died during an hours-long battle with terrorists, abandoned by an administration […]

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Let’s Talk About Voter Fraud

24 October 2012 | Arlington County, DPVA, Fairfax County, US Congress | 7 Comments

As NLS puts it, this is totally unacceptable.

The Moran clan have been embarrassing Virginians with their out of control behavior for far too long. It’s well past time the whole bunch was retired from politics.
UPDATE: And this happens on a day when Jim Moran decries, of all things, voter fraud.  Go figure.

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Then Just Who The Hell Is My Congressman?

30 May 2012 | Virginia Politics, US Congress | 7 Comments

Like quite a few other Virginians, I recently got my new voter identification card in the mail (no, not the one Bob McDonnell will be sending out again) because due to redistricting I’m being moved into the 1st District from the 10th District.  I always liked pulling the lever for Frank Wolf and found him […]

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Barf Time: Redistricting Is Done

26 January 2012 | Virginia Politics, US Congress | 17 Comments

After utterly zero consideration of the enormous flaws of the congressional redistricting map commonly known as “the incumbent protection plan,” Governor McDonnell has signed it into law.  Thank you so much, Mr. Governor and our representatives in the General Assembly, for rolling over on this tragic stupidity so Congressmen can feel more safe and comfortable.

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Nice Pick, Ann Wheeler

5 October 2011 | Gerry Connolly, Prince William County | 4 Comments

Just guess who Democrat Ann Wheeler picked to host a fundraiser for her on October 16th?  Here’s a clue:

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Gerry Connolly Tells Conservatives How To Win

22 September 2011 | Gerry Connolly | 2 Comments

On occasion Congressman Gerry Connolly is prone to moments of honesty that are instructive for conservatives, and it’s important to pay attention when they happen.  If we can ignore for a moment the ridiculous mischaracterization of the issue he was dealing with at the time, this is the absolute blueprint for defending liberty in Virginia - be […]

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Gerry Connolly Frightened By Elections Outlook

5 September 2011 | Gerry Connolly, Fairfax County | 7 Comments

I was at an event in Clifton today doing some work for Delegate Tim Hugo.  Part of the festivities involved local dignitaries, and Congressman Gerry Connolly was there just long enough to make an appearance and then bolt, as usual.  Before Connolly left I saw him pigeon-hole Delegate Hugo and launch into a heated conversation, and […]

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Gerry Connolly’s Laser-Like Focus

19 June 2011 | Gerry Connolly | No Comments

Inspiration from a press release from Vaughn for Congress.

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The Unfair and Unbalanced Media

10 April 2011 | Virginia Politics, US Senate, US Congress | 18 Comments

Guest Post by Sanford D. Horn
While Congressman Jim Moran’s assault on the military and its veterans went viral Friday, April 8, one day following a town hall meeting held in Alexandria at Hammond Middle School, nary a word appeared in The Washington Post.
Moran treated Wayne Tunick, a disabled 27-year veteran rudely following an important question […]

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Welcome to the 1st CD, Neighbors

7 April 2011 | Virginia Politics, US Congress | 6 Comments

The new Congressional redistricting map is out and it turns out to be even a little stranger than the map we were teased with earlier.  Folks in my neighborhood, those west of Manassas and south of Rt. 29 are all in the 1st Congressional district, currently represented by Rob Wittman.  At least we didn’t get […]

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To Think We Actually Pay This Guy

5 April 2011 | Gerry Connolly | 5 Comments

Just when there’s a budget crisis in Congress and the possibility of a shutdown and default are looming, Congressman Gerry Connolly emerged from his burrow to announce six more weeks of silliness in the greatest deliberative body in the world.  Not content with defending enormous deficit spending, Connolly is proposing we change the short title […]

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Nightmare Amnesty Hits The House Floor

8 December 2010 | National Politics, Illegal Aliens, US Congress | 112 Comments

The so-called “DREAM Act”, a nightmare back-door amnesty for illegal aliens, is now on the floor of the lame duck Congress, which suggests that Nancy Pelosi has the votes to pass it.  While it’s being billed as a way to give amnesty to minors, what it actually does is set up a mechanism to allow […]

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Day Two: Connolly Still Refuses To Disclose Vote

18 November 2010 | Gerry Connolly | 6 Comments

Did Gerry Connolly vote for Nancy Pelosi to be House Minority Leader?  He still won’t tell his constituents!
See if you can get him to tell you by contacting him at his DC office at 202-225-1492, his Fairfax office at 703-256-3071 or his Prince William office at 703-670-4989.  If you don’t get an answer at one, […]

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Day One: Connolly Won’t Say How He Voted

17 November 2010 | Gerry Connolly | 8 Comments

Today House Democrats chose Nancy Pelosi to be their Minority Leader in the next Congress.  Finding no announcement by Gerry Connolly about how he voted, several friends took it upon themselves to contact Gerry’s office and ask whether Gerry cast his vote for Heath Schuler, or for Nancy Pelosi.  Strangely enough, staffers refused to disclose […]

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