So a couple of weeks ago the leftosphere was all aglow about Mike Henry joining the Shannon for Attorney General campaign. All we can say is, if this is how he plans to run the campaign…keep ’em coming…
Steve Shannon strikes out on Melendez-Diaz
The Jaded JD
Apparently Steve Shannon sent Ken Cuccinelli a letter complaining that Cuccinelli didn’t support a bill Shannon introduced in 2007, “which would have fixed Virginia’s law so we wouldn’t face the situation with drunk driving cases arising out of the Melendez-Diaz decision.” I hope that letter isn’t real because it does Shannon more harm than good.
Shannon Can’t Get A Bill Passed, Blames Cuccinelli
Jason Kenney at Bearing Drift (linked yesterday but updated with more info)
And that the attempt to get back on track on the issue is met with this awe inspiring trainwreck really doesn’t bode well for the Shannon campaign considering this was supposed to be Mike Henry’s triumphant introduction as Shannon’s campaign manager.
Steve Shannon (D) don’t know much about lawyering…
I’m Surrounded By Idiots
Right now, Steve Shannon is attacking Ken Cuccinelli for failing to support a bill of Shannon’s from back in 2007 that Shannon claims would have prevented the pending Charlie-Foxtrot regarding forensic techs being required to testify for drunk driving cases. The problem? His bill would have done no since thing…
Well, this wasn’t how it was supposed to go
The right-wing liberal
When the nominees for Attorney General were finalized, it was presumed that one party would have a difficult time with its choice, to the point of possibly fending off criticism from its own side.
State Senator Ken Cuccinelli Discusses the 10th Amendment in Virginia
NetRight Nation Blog
State Senator Ken Cuccinelli (R-VA) discusses how the 10th amendment can be applied to some situations in Virginia.
See the video.