Virginians For Bob McDonnell
This is why the McDonnell-Bolling-Cuccinelli ticket is so good. McDonnell has been around a long time and really is liked by the establishment types like Durrette and Callahan. Bolling brings the experience of local government and a record of fighting for small government and economic conservatism of low taxes and smart spending in the state senate. Cuccinelli will bring out the activists, the voters who passed the ’06 marriage amendment even while they voted for Jim Webb.
Wagner Whistles Past the Budget Shortfall
Because in politics, failure isn’t necessarily a hindrance to career growth, particularly if the boss (Gov. Kaine) and a cast of hundreds are willing accessories to your bungling.
Virginians for McDonnell: How Big an Impact?
Bob Holsworth, Virginia Tomorrow
Reagan Democrats came over to the GOP as a result of a set of clearly articulated policy stances- a BIG across the board tax cut, a restoration of American power around the world, and opposition to what was described as excessively permissive liberal social policies.
Deeds Digs Deep In Dirt For Director
You might recall Stoney’s involvement in trying to cover up “Operation Elephant” in 2004 where Dem operatives slashed nearly 100 tires on GOP vans meant to get out the vote in Wisconsin on Election Day. Stoney even lied to the police, but got scared straight when he was paid a visit by the FBI.
“They kept Virginia fiscally strong despite difficult economic times”
The right wing liberal
And who was one of the state officials most concerned with Tim Kaine and Jody Wagner’s rosy revenue scenarios coming back to bite the Commonwealth?
The Governor’s Cracked Rearview
I’m still waiting for the economy to turn around by July 1st. The existing budget is based upon a growth rate of 4.5 percent…beginning two weeks from today.
Obenshain congratulates Wagner
Ms. Wagner left the Administration after so badly missing the revenue projections for the Kaine Administration’s first budget that we were running deficits within 3 months of the beginning of the budget cycle.
Democrat polls not on the up and up
I informed him that they are required to disclose who sponsored the poll, and he said “I think it’s Creigh Deeds. Don’t hold me to that, but I think that’s who paid for it.”