Monday, October 28, 2013

More On The Virginia Gubernatorial Race

The democratic candidate for governor, Terry McAuliffe, was being funded by the dysfunctional dream team of Bill and Hillary Clinton, among others including NYC soda-banning mayor Michael Bloomberg. A supposedly state-level race became a national race, and began receiving an incredible amount of media attention. A number of almost assumed GOP wins turned into doubts. Could Virginia maintain its Blue-Federal/Red-State election status? The purple color Virginia is often painted on political maps started to grow a darker shade of blue. After the respective party conventions, Terry McAuliffe and current Attorney General of Virginia Ken Cuccinelli emerged as the nominated candidates. Cuccinelli is the conservative’s conservative, and a great man who had led Virginia to be a tough state for criminals, and a great place to call home. McAuliffe, on the other hand, is a crazy person’s crook. In addition to being bankrolled by liberal heavy hitters like the Clintons and Bloomberg, he has spoken harshly against coal, promised extreme Colorado-style gun control, and is adamantly pro-choice. McAuliffe is egalitarian in his policies, and if he’s elected he will do nothing but take freedoms away from the citizens of this commonwealth, and turn Virginia into a mess of regulations, taxation, unemployment, crime, and corruption. Read more at

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