CUCCINELLI SAYS: We need George Allen to win on November 6th.

In yesterday’s Cuccinelli Compass,  Attorney General Ken Cuccinelli got straight to the point.

All in for Allen

Dear Friends and Fellow Virginians,

I’m going to get straight to the point. We need George Allen to win on November 6th.

Right now his race is rated a toss-up by every major poll. I know I’ve said it before, but we simply cannot afford to back down now.

With only 11 days left until Election Day we need all hands on deck.

If elected, George Allen will likely be the critical 51st vote to repeal the federal healthcare bill.

The presidential race has been looking up for the Romney-Ryan ticket especially in the Commonwealth, but a Romney presidency will largely be ineffective without taking back the U.S. Senate.

You hire us, the elected officials to fight to maintain liberty. I’ve   never forgotten that fact and I know George hasn’t either.

I haven’t heard many people say that the federal government should spend evenmore money, intrude on personal healthcare decisions, or regulate small businesses into bankruptcy. As Obama’s cheerleader, that’s what Tim Kaine advocates.

George Allen is currently running hard-hitting ads highlighting Tim Kaine’s miserable record as governor and Kaine’s support for sequestration—a plan that will arbitrarily cut $1 Trillion from our national defense. In order to keep this aggressive ad campaign alive for 11 more days George needs your help. Please click here to donate.

It’s an easy choice for me to support George Allen for U.S. Senate over Tim Kaine. He’s running like it’s his first race. By that I mean George has criss-crossed Virginia for over a year now meeting voters and asking individuals one-on-one for their votes. That’s the kind of personal relationship building that is unmatched by George’s opponent.

If you haven’t already, please make sure to dig deep and chip in to support George Allen, our 51st vote to repeal the federal healthcare bill. If you can help George in these final days of the campaign please donate now by clicking here.


Ken Cuccinelli, II
Attorney General of Virginia

Should we be huge fans of George Allen? When Allen was in the Senate, he did not do much. However, Allen is not a busybody. So he also did not do any harm. Given how much power we give senators, we have to give him credit for that. Not doing any harm is the first rule of good government.

If the Federal Government only did what it is suppose to do, we would not have much reason to worry about government. Because our state and local governments have to balance their budgets, we would not be borrowing money from the Chinese.

Would we still have politicians constantly trying to empty our wallets? Would our self-styled glorious leaders still be trying to convince us that it is patriotic to redistribute our wealth? Yes. Some people will always fall for Socialist promises, but we don’t have to.  We don’t have to vote for Tim Kaine. We can vote for George Allen.


What does Attorney General Ken Cuccinelli think about Virginia’s senate race? He believes we have a clear choice. Here’s why.

A Clear Choice

October   6, 2012

Dear Friends and Fellow Virginians,

It’s easy to get caught up in the hype that is the presidential race. It’s   neck and neck and we need to make sure we’re doing everything in our power to   push Mitt Romney over the top.

As an engineer, I’m all about efficiency.  So, while you’re out   canvassing your precinct for Mitt Romney, make sure to talk to your neighbors   about George Allen’s pivotal Senate campaign.

As you know, George worked hard while he was Governor to reform welfare and   education, and abolish parole.

Tim Kaine’s term as governor was forgettable, at best. If you’re being   critical – Tim Kaine left Virginia much worse off than when he began office.   Virginia lost 100,000 jobs during his tenure. He even resorted to closing   rest stops instead of tackling the budget with real reform.

His final “gift” to Virginia was a $2 billion income tax hike that   Governor McDonnell had to undo upon our arrival in office.

During his last year he left Virginians behind so he could be the Chairman of   the Democratic National Committee. Luckily for America, that didn’t work out   so well for him… In 2010 Republicans won in landslides across the country.

Let’s be clear, Tim Kaine is a party loyalist through and through. He puts   the Democratic Party’s interests above those of Virginians.

He’s supporting massive cuts to the military in the form of sequestration:   across the board cuts with absolutely no thought to where the actual waste   is. This would put our national defense in a perilous position.

As Obama’s cheerleader, he backed the “stimulus” packages that have   only further indebted our nation and jeopardized our children’s future.

Now Kaine is running ads portraying himself as fiscally conservative.   Seriously?

Does anyone really think that Tim Kaine is going to spend less money   than George Allen?

It’s time that we restore some sanity here. This November there’s a clear   choice for Virginia’s next U.S. Senator: a liberal loyalist that puts the   interest of his party first, or George Allen – with a real record of making   tough decisions on serious reform.

If that’s not motivation enough, here’s another fact for you. Remember the   Supreme Court case that upheld the Federal Healthcare Bill in June?

Of course you do. It was a heartbreaking loss for conservatives. However, all   hope is not lost.

Mitt Romney has been saying that he’ll repeal the Federal healthcare bill on   day one of his presidency. In order for him to repeal a law, he needs a bill   to hit his desk.

The Supreme Court upheld the bill by ruling the mandate as a tax. A tax bill   is a revenue bill. Revenue bills only need 51 votes to pass – they can’t be   filibustered. That means if we get 50 Senators and Paul Ryan as the   tiebreaker, the Federal healthcare bill will be repealed.

Virginia is sending a new U.S. Senator to Washington. It will either be Tim   Kaine and a vote for the Federal healthcare bill, or it will be George Allen   and a vote to repeal this abomination.

I’ve been to every part of Virginia the past three weeks. My grassroots sense   is that this is a close race, but George has a slight edge.

I’m a grassroots guy. I know that Virginians appreciate the fact that George   has been to every nook and cranny of the Commonwealth over the past year. I   know because I run into him everywhere!

There’s no way Tim Kaine can make up the advantage that George has over him   from visiting all over Virginia. Kaine understands that. That’s why he spends   most of his time raising money from liberal special interests and attacking   George on the airwaves.

I don’t want to let Tim Kaine buy this election. We need every single   Republican to turnout on November 6th to support George.

There’s a little over one month left until Election Day. Every second counts!   Donate at and take action today!


Ken Cuccinelli, II
Attorney General of Virginia


When we vote for someone, we can either vote for what they stand for or what they stand against. Therefore, I ask you to compare these three websites.

What does George Allen do? He begins by emphasizing (with a video that is front and center) Tim Kaine’s Liberalism. He points out that what Kaine stands for does not work. In addition, Allen promises to fix things.

What does Tim Kaine do? Kaine promises Utopia and promotes Big Government. In Kaine’s worldview, we can only work together if we work under the control of a Big Government. Since what Kaine stands for does not and has not worked, Kaine can only win if he successfully demonizes his opponent.

What does Bob Marshall do?  Marshall tells you about the principles he stands for, and he explains what he has done to fight for those principles. That includes, when Tom Kaine fought against those principles, beating Tim Kaine. (see WHICH REPUBLICAN CANDIDATE WOULD MOST LIKELY BEAT TIM KAINE?). What Marshall does not do is make absurd promises. Marshall does not lead us to believe that his labors can ever substitute for our own.

Think I am kidding? Since the Republican primary is on June 12th, let’s compare Allen and Marshall’s emails. What follows are a bunch of emails from George Allen. I did not cherry pick the worst; I cherry picked the meatiest. I excluded the emails that provide Allen’s campaign schedule. If you want to compare Allen’s emails with Marshall’s, then click on this link (Delegate Bob Marshall). Continue reading “IS GEORGE ALLEN “THE NOT TIM KAINE CANDIDATE” OR JUST ANOTHER “PROMISING POLITICIAN”?”