Thursday, October 30, 2014

Gillespie for The Senate

On Tuesday Virginia voters will have a clear choice for the US Senate. They can send a Senator to Washington who will support the Obama agenda. Or elect a Senator, who will, for the most part, oppose the Obama agenda.

It is that stark. On the campaign trail Mark Warner argues that he’s been an independent senator willing to work with both parties, yet his voting record shows he has voted with President Obama 97 percent of the time. Sadly the image of a moderate that he has assiduously created is pure fiction.

Over the last 6 years Warner has been a rubber stamp for the Obama agenda. Supported Obama Care, Obama’s far left judges, voted against our coal industry, voted against securing America’s border, voted against the XL pipeline. On every major issue Warner has been there for Obama, and in my humble opinion, not for Virginia’s interests.

America is facing serious issues and challenges. We are on course to becoming a 2 rate world power, with a permanently weak economy. We need at least a check on Obama, not a blank check for his agenda

Send Obama a message, and send Ed Gillespie to the Senate.

Wednesday, October 29, 2014

6 Days Left

The following is a message from former Governor James Gilmore:

"There is only one week left to promote our conservative, pro-growth message before Americans go to the polls on November 4.

Right now, Growth PAC is airing ads on radio and TV in three critical target states encouraging the election of pro-growth candidates to the U.S. Senate.

Our ads in Iowa, New Hampshire and Virginia could make the difference in electing new Senators who will cut taxes and unnecessary regulations so we can unleash America's full potential.

With just six seats needed for a pro-growth majority in the U.S. Senate we must act now. We must gain a majority on November 4 to counter President Obama and Harry Reid’s destructive agenda.

There is no time to waste. After six years of President Obama and Harry Reid’s job-destroying policies now is our time to act.

President Obama will not sit by the next two years, he is already planning his next move – with his biggest Senate ally Harry Reid – they are determined to force an increase in the minimum wage that will bankrupt businesses and put more Americans out of work, they will continue their no-holds-barred expansion of Obamacare, they will increase taxes and they will punish businesses for operating successfully overseas.

We must fight these abuses. We must act now.

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Thursday, October 23, 2014

Puckett Attorney: Warner broached idea of Federal judgeship

The following is a release from Garren Shipley with the RPV:

This morning's Daily Press has a significant story about Mark Warner's role in the Democratic effort to secure Phil Puckett's continued support for Obamacare in the state Senate this morning.

"Joseph Puckett's attorney, Chuck James of Williams Mullen, told the Daily Press on Wednesday that it was Warner who broached the subject of a judgeship."

What does Warner say? He leaves the door open with careful wording.

"I'm calling a family friend, brainstorming," Warner said. "There was this whole litany of things ... a question of saying what you might be interested in applying for at some point in the future."

Mark Warner is trying to tap dance around what was actually said on the call, but he just raises more questions.

* Who brought up the idea of nominating Phil Puckett's daughter to the Federal bench?
* Exactly how did you discuss the potential nomination?
* Is this how you generally make recommendations for nomination to the federal bench?

These questions need answers. And Mark Warner has shown no interest at all in providing them.

Monday, October 20, 2014