November 30, 2015

Cocktail Party wing of the GOP practices Tea Party-style exclusion

Claims from so-called “mainstream Republicans” searching and pining for “unity” ring hollow to no one’s surprise. Eric Cantor and Cocktail Party Republicans in Virginia have formed the front group Virginia Conservative Network with underlying motivations to defeat Republicans they don’t like under the guise of “uniting the party” and finding a way to “win again”. It is ironic that a front organization designed to promote “unity” would shut out a fellow Republican Congressman and his supporters from the event. It is also ironic that the leader of the effort to help Virginia Republicans to “win again” was a loser to an unknown, underfunded, and now current Congressman Dave Brat. Dave Brat should really be teaching people how to win. Not Eric Cantor, Ray Allen, and their elitist, exclusive Cocktail Party ilk.

I know the Cocktail Party wing of the GOP far too well. They only want the votes, money, and volunteerism of the little people, while behind closed doors, they ridicule their own supporters for not being as cultured, articulate, and educated as they are. They criticize the exclusiveness of the Tea Party while being every bit as exclusive, hateful, and vindictive themselves. Cocktail Party Republicans think they know how to win and that they know everything, but they continually lose and do a disservice to the very people who elected them.

Look at the most recent example with Renee Ellmers (R-NC) torpedoing a pro-life bill in Congress that polls show have bipartisan support among millenials and a significant amount of Democratic support. Question #49 of the Quinnipiac poll showed that a majority of Americans of all ages favor a ban on late-term abortions and nearly 50% of Democrats favor a late term abortion ban as well. Putting a vote on the Congressional record would fracture the Democratic Party in Congress, but leave it to Republicans, not Democrats, to commit and unforced error and continue to disappoint the people who put them in office. Renee Ellmers campaigned on representing the will of the people and, once settled in Congress, revealed her true colors.

You might as well vote Democratic. At least you know where they stand. I would actually encourage everyone to vote Democratic to defeat Renee Ellmers. Perhaps retired pro-life Democratic Congressman Heath Shuler could move into the district, defeat Renee Ellmers, and make a comeback? He was one of the best. Sadly, the best people want nothing to do with the clown show that is Congress.

The establishment Cocktail Party wing of the GOP is only interested in “uniting the party” when it is one of their own (cough, Mitt Romney, cough) who is the nominee. They will destroy the GOP otherwise like insolent children if they are locked out of power, privilege, prestige, and…cocktail parties.

Why else would there be talk of Bill Bolling running for Congress against a sitting Republican incumbent in Dave Brat, who has barely gotten started in his first term? That is not “party unity” and a waste of party resources if these Cocktail Party Republicans say they are trying to expand the map. Oh, it is because Dave Brat had the audacity to give people a choice in a Republican primary and he defeated Cocktail Party darling Eric Cantor, who was next in line to be U.S. House Speaker. It is personal. Got it.

Eric Cantor and his power-hungry, political junkie friends hate term limits imposed by legislation because they believe that “we already have term limits and they are called elections”. They got a taste of their own medicine by…being term limited through an election. Boom.

The Interview

I am not much of a film guy and it has been many years since I have viewed a new release. However, Kim Jong-Un’s terrorist threats made me curious and I decided to watch “The Interview”.

This film reminds me of the highly acclaimed 1964 dark comedy “Dr. Strangelove or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb” directed by Stanley Kubrick and starring two legendary actors in Peter Sellers and George C. Scott. Albeit “The Interview”, reflecting the continual decline of quality dialogue in the arts and America’s declining literacy rates, uses a much lower and coarser vocabulary. “The Interview” is the type of film one chooses to view at 1:00am while drunk. It requires very little mental faculties to enjoy.

While I do not smoke or drink, and I appreciate great achievements in art, we all need mindless entertainment every now and then. There is a time and a place for the thoughtful, soulful sounds of Stevie Wonder and there is a time and a place for the simple, crunk energy of Lil’ Jon and the Eastside Boyz. I enjoy the works of both artists at the appropriate time and place just like how I can find entertainment in both “Dr. Strangelove” and “The Interview”.

That said, if Kim Jong-Un really wanted to nuke the world because he was offended by his portrayal in “The Interview”, in the wise words of the famous NFL coach Dennis Green, Kim Jong-Un is who we thought he is. Anyone who is offended by how he is portrayed in a film whose target audience is high and drunk dudes between the ages of 18-35 is a petty fraud. Come to think of it, that is how “The Interview” exactly portrays Kim Jong-Un – as a petty fraud. I think the film hit Kim Jong-Un a little too close to home like an LGM-30 Minuteman-III intercontinental ballistic missile.

“Dr. Strangelove” it is not, but I consider it the patriotic duty of every American to see “The Interview”. It is facetious, flag-waving fun. Spoiler Alert: The good guys win.

Personal Christmas Reflections

(Pardon the political context in a time when we should refrain from politics, but I use my lengthy political consulting career to make a few non-political points.)

Recently, a buddy of mine remarked, “Phil, how many people can say they got a Member of Congress to go to church and brunch with them like you did?” I said, “I don’t care that she is a Member of Congress. I just wanted to spend quality time with a friend in faith and fellowship. If you think I stand in awe and reverence of a title or office, you don’t know me at all. Heck, I was the only person that did not even want her to run for higher office.”

When I was an ambitious 20-year old, I would be confused about why some folks did not run for office or higher office when they could easily win because the spouse was not on board. Now in my 30s, I know better. Take away the 24/7 Hollywood-like atmosphere and cable news media circus (that has done more to poison politics and warp the priorities of the star-struck youth more than anything else in the modern era…it has turned politics into sports for nerds) and being an elected official is a job.

Like other jobs, it is a job that can suck. It has ridiculous hours and demands. You might want to have a home cooked meal with friends and family on a Saturday night, but if the local senior center has an event, guess where you need to be? The stress is almost unbearable for those with geographically large districts. Sometimes, a husband just wants to chill with his wife and vice-versa, hence the case with spouses vetoing a political career. I understand now and that is perfectly alright.

I was at a family dinner somewhere in Maryland recently and someone tried to facetiously jump the line at the serving table by saying, “[elected official] in the house!” The spouse said, “that ain’t going to work around here. Get in line like everybody else!” :-)

There are five takeaways.

1. Sometimes I wish my friends (all of them female…see #2) ran for dog catcher so they could know who really cares about them and who just wants to rub elbows with the Washington elite and brag about their involvement on the campaign on the Cocktail Party circuit to advance their careers and boost their egos.

Some of my friends are associated with the Washington elite.  I don’t hold that against them, but I never fit in comfortably with the stuffy, aristocratic Washington-centric suburbs west of DC.  I am a down home, blue collar Baltimore guy myself.  The point is that I have been in the room with you-name-it celebrity but at the end of the day, the photo I want to place on my shelf is the photo with my friend, not whats-his-name celebrity.

Similar to how big time college football players find out who their real friends are after their careers end (I have some first-hand experience with this), politicians will find out who their real friends are when they are just starting out as a “nobody” in politics or when they are no longer viable.

As for me, I would build a website for my friend’s dog catcher campaign better and with more enthusiasm than I would for a viable “celebrity” Presidential candidate who is a stranger to me. A photo op with a friend of mine will always be more prized than a photo op with some political “celebrity” who commands $5000 for VIP access at a fundraiser.  A real friend doesn’t care about your fame, fortune, and trappings thereof. A real friend is reliable, dependable, and likes you for being you.

When the lights are turned out and the party is over, I will still be there.

2. When I was younger and up to this point (Way past my expiration date…Thank you Maryland for believing in me after my unexpected nuclear fallout in Virginia politics on Christmas Eve 2013…Virginia’s loss is Maryland’s gain), working in politics was fun. I can’t turn down a “Vote for Mom” campaign or the occasional “Vote for my Crazy Sister” campaign.

In case you haven’t figured it out by now, I love the ladies! The vast majority of my friends in politics are female and yes, I have been told many times that I have “The World’s Most Beautiful Client Roster.” Take that as a compliment, ladies.

I had a great time, but the older you get, the younger they get. I am a recovering political junkie who is almost reformed and have long said to myself that I am not going to be 40 and be emotionally invested in a candidate who is 30. I’ll fight for Maryland, the motherland, and will keep building quality websites for elected officials and candidates of all ages which is what I do best in politics. However, I quit national politics in 2010, lost any nostalgia I had for my Capitol Hill days long gone, made all the friends I could possibly want in politics, and found it is high time to do something for myself. No, this is not an announcement of my own candidacy for office! Heavens, no.

3. This one is a bit controversial. The older I get and the more I become part of the “elders”, the less inclined I am to call an elected official by the title and more by just the first name. I know there is protocol in certain contexts that should be followed, but if an elected official is offended by you calling them by their first name instead of their title, it speaks more about their delusions of grandeur than your irreverence.

4. You decide alone who is a valued and worthy friend in your life. Don’t let the opinions of 125,000 nameless and faceless voters or fans affect your feelings toward your friend, whether positively or negatively – especially positively, because if your opinion of a friend elevates because she got 125,000 strangers to vote for her, you are a fair weather friend and a hanger-on.

I have had working relationships with Governors and U.S. Representatives who I would never invite to dinner at the house. On the other hand, one of my favorites in the whole wide world did not win her primary for the Maryland House of Delegates.

The positive or negative opinions of strangers will never affect the unconditional dedication I have for a friend. Upon further inspection, someone already walked this earth preaching and living this example and He called on us to do the same.

5. In the end, we are all the same when we meet Our Maker. There will be no distinction between Presidents and peasants (Galatians 3:28). Titles will be completely irrelevant. There will just be the Name above all names. These are the biggest questions He will pose. Did you believe? Did this belief transform your life and manifest itself in you through love?

Believe. Love recklessly. Keep it real.

Merry Christmas. <><

Corry Bliss, the Kim Kardashian of the GOP

Kim Kardashian has no talent and became famous in an amateur film that depicts her getting screwed. Corry Bliss is a nationally known Republican political operative who is famous for getting his candidates…screwed.

Ever since Corry Bliss became a consultant and a campaign manager for Republican candidates, he has always found a way to lose.

Thelma Drake for Congress 2008 (Virginia) – Lost to Glenn Nye. Bliss’ understudy here, Seamus Owens, lost with Jay O’Brien for State Senate 2007, Marianne Horinko for State Senate 2009, and Miller Baker for State Senate 2011.

Kerry Bolognese for Delegate 2009 (Virginia) – Lost to Dave Marsden in the general election in 2009, the same year Republicans trounced Democrats across the board. Bliss’ understudy Justin Shaffer would go on to work for Kerry Bolognese’s losing effort in the 2010 special election for the same seat against Eileen Filler-Corn. This understudy would follow Bliss to Vermont…

Brian Dubie for Governor 2010 (Vermont) – “Corry Bliss took a candidate that was up 20 points and turned him into a loser by election day,” said Bradford Broyles, a Republican activist from Mendon, a town in the central part of the state, near Killington. “We’re still repairing the damage to the Republican party.”

John Stirrup for State Senate 2011 (Virginia) – I am just going to quote myself here. See below.

Bliss’ understudy here, Ryan Terrill, would follow Bliss the rest of the way, but not without losing races of his own including Laura Neuman for Anne Arundel County Executive 2014 (took a Maryland statewide favorite and “rising star” and ran the campaign into the ground, thus forcing his mid-campaign ouster) and Joe Leibham for Congress (lost the primary).

Linda McMahon for U.S. Senate 2012 (Connecticut) – Bliss tried to deceptively link McMahon to Obama in a year Obama won by a landslide. McMahon still lost.

Joe May for Delegate 2013 (Virginia) – Bliss tarnished the image of a Virginia gentleman and lost in a primary to far-right extremist anti-public transportation bully Dave LaRock. Virginia is much worse because of this.

Karen Handel for U.S. Senate 2014 (Georgia) – Handel was an afterthought and finished 3rd in the primary.

Pat Roberts for U.S. Senate 2014 (Kansas) – To be determined, but this is a very negative campaign that is alienating a lot of people.

In just about every instance, Bliss employed his trademark dark, deceptive, and deathly negative campaign tactics. A Pat Roberts win, if Bliss can attain it, will not repair the smoldering wreckage Bliss has left behind for the candidates and the country to fix.

Likewise, to illustrate the incestuousness of the campaign world – that is every bit as incestuous as the Cocktail Party establishment crowd Inside the Beltway, everywhere Bliss goes, he takes his whole crew with him. Chris LaCivita is always the general consultant. Vince Harris is always the web designer and digital director. Ray Allen’s Creative Direct is always the direct mail firm (this is the same Ray Allen who is responsible for Eric Cantor’s demise as his campaign manager). Add an unimpressive crew of permanent underlings properly schooled in Bliss’ negative campaigns and negative personal demeanor like Ryan Terrill and Patrick Lee (who has a losing record of his own in Virginia – Will Nance for State Senate 2009, Samantha Rucker for School Board 2010, Pat Herrity for Congress 2010, Cory Stewart for Lieutenant Governor 2013) and you have an F Troop cast of characters who can’t hit a stationary target at point blank. It is a losing tradition.

In their defense, if Republicans are stupid enough to hire Corry Bliss and give him a six-figure salary and a blank check for staff, these hanger-on consultants stand to make an easy $10,000+ every year simply by sticking up for a victimizer known for his fierce loyalties to his peers. It is nice work if you can sell your soul for it.

Read more:

Mitt Romney will NOT unite the GOP

Like a parasite that just won’t go away, one-time failed U.S. Senate candidate, one term Massachusetts Governor, and two-time failed Presidential candidate Mitt Romney keeps coming back for more. As if prideful ambition was not bad enough, Romney’s diehard supporters from the elitist, exclusive, privileged Cocktail Party wing of the GOP keep building him up like a golden calf in the desert.

Some Republican elected officials of the Cocktail Party persuasion (The “Establishment”) are delusional enough to believe that perennial candidate Mitt Romney can be a unifying force in a deeply fractured party and that he should run for President again in 2016.

It is laughable that Mitt Romney can be a unifying force for the GOP when many of his diehard supporters quietly or openly harbor contemptuous, condescending disdain for Sarah Palin Republicans and Ron Paul libertarians and wish to drive them out of the party.

Don’t believe the Cocktail Party’s rhetoric of “unity”. They are interested in “uniting the party” only if they or their buddies are the nominee in order to secure the votes they need to win so that they and their incestuous Cocktail Party buddies can once again have access to power and privilege in the White House and on Capitol Hill. Beyond that, they will never give libertarians and working-class, populist, blue collar Republicans a seat at the table or staff jobs in the White House and the Hill. Cocktail Party incest and groupthink is killing the movement.

Maybe a third Romney loss is what the GOP needs in order to completely discredit the Cocktail Party Establishment so Republicans can clean house and start anew with fresh young talent not beholden to the traditional power brokers of Washington.

Mitt Romney just won’t go away

Mitt Romney, the worst Republican Presidential nominee since Wendell Wilkie, is the gift that just keeps on giving. From Redstate:

When conservative candidates lose their bid for elected office, they tend to fade away from public life and are never heard from again. But for Rockefeller Republicans, losing an election is evidently a resume enhancer for them to continue advising and interfering with Republican politics and policy…

Not only did he lose the election to Obama, [Mitt Romney’s] status as the grandfather of government-run healthcare completely took the issue of Obamacare off the table for two years – until Senator Ted Cruz and other conservatives were able to bring the issue back to the forefront of political discourse.

Many of us thought Romney would recede back into private life and enjoy his affluent retirement lifestyle and his close-knit family. Instead, he has slowly crawled his way back into public life and is trying to become the kingmaker of the Republican Party. A one-term governor of a liberal state with a moderate record, Romney has never fought and bled for the conservative cause. He has never accomplished anything to earn him the right to play the role of elder statesman in the party…

That Mitt Romney is still relevant in Republican circles illustrates the cultural proclivities of the Republican “Establishment”. The Establishment does have a number of white collar anti-Tea Party conservatives with hardcore conservative Tea Party voting records. I would never paint the entire Establishment as a bunch of moderates because that is actually not true on the whole despite their acceptance of Rockefeller Republicans.

What separates the Establishment from the Tea Party is the fact that they welcome any and all politicians who adhere to their cultural norms. Washington cocktail party circuit. 5 star restaurants. Nantucket getaways. Starched white shirts and white collar jobs. Well-coifed hair. Exclusive parties with Inside the Beltway “celebrities”. Elite northeast private school education. If you vote like a RINO and act like the Establishment, you are welcome in the Establishment. If you vote like the Tea Party but act like the Establishment, you are welcome in the Establishment.

Politics is tribal. A hardcore conservative Republican of the Washington Insider persuasion may disagree with Mitt Romney on several fundamental issues, but will ultimately carry water for him and adhere to his talking points because Mitt is “one of them”.

Sarah Palin was never “one of them”. She is blue collar. She went to junior college and later graduated from Idaho. She does not care to cozy up to the Washington elite. She doesn’t go to exclusive parties and wine and cheese receptions on the Hill. She doesn’t eat foie gras. She eats food she hunts. She hurt her potential after 2008 by refusing to play the game and be “one of them” in a cultural sense.

Washington Establishment Republicans culturally have more in common with John Kerry than they do with “Joe Six-Pack”. While some Washington Establishment Republicans may vote like “Joe Six-Pack” they will always rather have a glass of wine (not beer) with John Kerry/Mitt Romney than the uncouth, unwashed masses.

Wholesale change with Republicans in Washington starts with culture, not ideology. Want a Republican Party that is more Main Street than K Street? Change the culture. Empower blue collar folk to win elected office on Republican principles and groom them for higher office. Washington Republicans will become more representative of the people when it looks more like Southeast DC and less like Northwest Washington.

Roy Moore (R-AL): An embarrassment to social conservatism

Roy Moore, of the Ten Commandments controversy is back on the headlines. The Chief Justice of the Alabama Supreme Court claims, among other things, that because Buddha did not create human beings, the First Amendment only protects Christians.

Social conservatism is quickly dying out in a rapidly secularizing, Western Europe-like America. This is of great concern to honest social conservatives whose motivation to participate in politics is rooted more so on social issues than on fiscal issues. Social conservatives should be even more concerned that bad actors on the fringe are unknowingly aiding and abetting the rise of a socially liberal, fiscally conservative Republican Party.

If social conservatives do not police those who claim to stand up for social conservatism, there will no longer be any party in America that will represent their voices. There will only be a socially liberal, fiscally liberal Democratic Party and a socially liberal, fiscally conservative Republican Party.

Let’s analyze Roy Moore’s idiocy play-by-play.

Speaking at the Pastor for Life Luncheon, which was sponsored by Pro-Life Mississippi, Chief Justice Roy Moore of the Alabama Supreme Court declared that the First Amendment only applies to Christians because “Buddha didn’t create us, Mohammed didn’t create us, it was the God of the Holy Scriptures” who created us.

Roy Moore spoke at a pro-life luncheon. This is why pro-lifers can’t have nice things.

Also, the First Amendment applies to everyone.

“They didn’t bring the Koran over on the pilgrim ship,” he continued. “Let’s get real, let’s go back and learn our history. Let’s stop playing games.”

The first settlers may not have brought the Koran over, but they were certainly part of warring Christian denominations who wanted religious freedom for themselves and not for others. Baptists, Quakers, Presbyterians, Methodists, Anglicans, and Lutherans did not get along with each other in Europe and none of them got along with Catholics.

He then noted that he loves talking to lawyers, because he is a lawyer who went to “a secular law school,” so he knows that “in the law, [talking about God] just isn’t politically correct.” He claimed that this is why America has “lost its way,” and that he would be publishing a pamphlet “this week, maybe next” that contained copies of the Declaration of Independence and the Constitution, thereby proving that all the people “who found this nation — black, white, all people, all religions, all faiths” knew that America was “about God.”

Sometimes I feel like social conservatives hold the Declaration of Independence and the Constitution, man-made documents inspired by rebellion and by a failed government in the Articles of Confederation respectively, in much higher esteem than the Bible, the inspired, infallible Word of God. It is like they would replace the Pauline letters in Scripture with Thomas Jefferson if they could.

Speaking of Thomas Jefferson, the first non-Christian President in America (His Deism and denial of the basic tenets of historical, Biblical Christianity would place him outside.) was a staunch defender of religious liberty and would argue that America was for everyone whether they believed in God or not.

Chief Justice Moore later defined “life” via Blackstone’s Law — a book that American lawyers have “sadly forgotten” — as beginning when “the baby kicks.” “Today,” he said, “our courts say it’s not alive ’til the head comes out.”

Pro-life arguments stand up just fine with the backing of medical professionals. Moore does not need to counter judge-made law with the words of another lawyer whose popularity is found exclusively in law schools. Blackstone. Really?

“Now,” he continued, “if technology’s supposed to increase our knowledge, how did we become so stupid?” Discussing Thomas Jefferson’s use of “life” in the Declaration of Independence, he said that “when [Jefferson] put ‘life’ in there, it was in the womb — we know it begins at conception. Why aren’t we going the right way instead of the wrong way?”

“Now if technology is supposed to increase our knowledge, how did we become so stupid?” Good question, Roy. Look in the mirror.

He later said that “you can’t be happy unless you follow God’s law, and if you follow God’s law, you can’t help but be happy.”

Actually, Roy, you don’t have to follow God’s law to be happy. Jesus Christ fulfilled Old Testament prophecies and established the new covenant. No longer are we bound by the law, but we are saved by grace. St. Paul stood up to the Pharisees and spoke at length about this in his letters. All legitimate mainstream Christian denominations – Catholic, Baptist, Presbyterian, Methodist, Lutheran, etc. – have always taught first and foremost that we are justified by faith. We are all sinners and there is nothing we can do to save ourselves. That is why Jesus Christ paid the debt we could not pay on the cross and rose again on the third day in fulfillment of the Scriptures. You can follow God’s law if you want. You have free will to do so, but if you do not have faith, it is pointless.

“It’s all about God,” he continued. “We’ve made ‘life’ a decision taken by man,” he said, and “taken ‘liberty,’ and converted it to ‘licentiousness. We’ve taken ‘pursuit of happiness,’ and reduced it to materialism.”

This statement is actually true. Libertine materialism is hurting American culture. Unfortunately, it was spoken by a person with zero credibility so him saying this is a major setback to all pro-lifers who are working tirelessly to change hearts and minds on the issue. People like Roy Moore prey on vulnerable populations, the elderly, and low-information voters and cause them to give their limited resources to fund legal defense teams instead of donating to honest Christian groups to advance their charitable work. Lawyers get rich. Christian stewards get poorer.

The Republican Party will abandon social conservatism in ten years out of electoral expediency. If social conservatives do not get their act together and find fresh new faces to advocate for the movement amidst insurmountable challenges, they will have zero representation in America’s two-party system.

Rand Paul wins CPAC straw poll. Democrats win White House in 2016.

So Republicans and conservatives gathered for their annual drunken debauchery, err…CPAC, and decided in a meaningless, but otherwise telling, straw poll on who their next Presidential nominee should be.

Rand Paul ran away with the straw poll. Ted Cruz was a distant second. The people who barely registered a blip after Paul and Cruz are even wackier if that is even possible.

So conservatives have a love affair with Rand Paul. Let us see. Is it this Rand Paul who thinks white-only lunch counters should be legal in the name of “liberty”?

That sound you hear? It is the sound of Democrats dancing in the streets for 2016.

Regardless of who Republicans ultimately nominate, they better hope Hillary Clinton is the nominee for the Democrats. Because if Hillary is not the nominee, we are looking at a President Andrew Cuomo or Martin O’Malley who both will be even more left wing than Hillary is.

5 Years of Obama


I would say that Barack Obama has done a pretty good job overall in difficult circumstances. Still, we continue to hear apocalyptic cries from Republicans. I will bet my bottom dollar that if Mitt Romney was President right now, he and the Republicans would be claiming these numbers as their own instead of dismissing them.

Americans are tired of spin and want results and cooperation. It would not hurt the Republicans to acknowledge that Obama is doing a pretty good job executing the duties of his office. Our economy is much better off now than it was when Obama first took office. With five years under his belt, we can no longer claim that Obama was the beneficiary of Bush’s policies, nor can Obama continue to blame Bush for any deficiencies.

These latest economic numbers belong to President Obama. He owns it.

Kool-Aid Kills

This is so money. I would add the following.

11a. You have drunk the Kool-Aid if you think running a right-wing primary challenge to oust Congressman Frank Wolf is a great idea. This applies to all the sick people in the extremist Loudoun County Republican Committee.

Sidebar: I know 10th District Republicans in Virginia. If Frank Wolf ever retires, the Republican nominee will not be a Fairfax County resident espousing positive solutions. The real Republican nominee to succeed Frank Wolf will be a firebombing, Tea Partying hybrid between Dick Black and Bob Marshall. Don’t believe me? In the past two decades, 10th District Republicans of Virginia with very little power and privilege have defeated Lieutenant Governor candidate Bobbie Kilberg, Lieutenant Governor candidate Pete Snyder, Delegate Beverly Sherwood, and Delegate Joe May in nasty and bitter Republican primaries and nearly toppled Loudoun County Chairman Scott York, who is invincible in general elections but highly vulnerable in primaries. Why would the future GOP primary for Frank Wolf’s successor be any different?

Screenshot 2013-10-15 02.29.31

21. You have nearly died of Kool-Aid intoxication if you seriously believe E.W. Jackson is an inspiring candidate who will win his Lieutenant Governor’s race.

In the interest of balance, stay tuned for a future piece attacking Kool-Aid drinking Capitol Hill-elite, moneyed, insular, cocktail party circuit, Washington Establishment types entitled, “Incest Kills.”

Plugin from the creators ofBrindes :: More at PlulzWordpress Plugins