Check out Virginia’s Cuccinelli Battles Democrats, Media. When Conservatives run for political office, they become soldiers in an information war. Their opponents and the Social Democrat (The members of our Democratic Party are for all practical purposes Social Democrats, and, whether they admit it or not, no Social Democrat abandons Marxism.) news media do not offer solutions for our state’s problems. Instead, they sling mud.
Here are the candidates.
- Candidate for Governor: Ken Cuccinelli
- Candidate for Lieutenant Governor: E. W. Jackson
- Candidate for Attorney General: Mark Obenshain
Each is running on a solid Conservative platform, and the people who every year waste trillions of our tax dollars to steal billions don’t like them. Surprise! Surprise!
What do these men stand for? Here are the key speeches they made at the Republican Party’s nominating convention in Richmond, VA.
Candidate for Governor: Ken Cuccinelli
Note that Cuccinelli makes it clear where he stands, and he is willing to defend his beliefs in debate with his opponent.
Candidate for Lieutenant Governor: E. W. Jackson
Candidate for Lieutenant Governor E. W. Jackson has become a special target for government big spenders. What kind of nonsense is the Washington Post peddling?
Cuccinelli, who is expected to face Democrat Terry McAuliffe, declined to comment when asked about some of Jackson’s more controversial statements. He noted that he sometimes disagreed with Obenshain in the Senate, but all three share a commitment to constitutional “first principles.”
“I am just not going to defend my running mates’ statements at every turn,” he said in an interview. “They’ve got to explain those themselves. Part of this process is just letting Virginia voters get comfortable with us, on an individual basis, personally.” (from here)
Oooh! E. W. Jackson has said something radical, but what something? Why didn’t Cuccinelli defend him? Listen to why the folks at the convention cheered so wildly at his words. What could Cuccinelli say that Jackson cannot say better himself?
Candidate for Attorney General: Mark Obenshain
Candidate for Attorney General Mark Obenshain seems a bit staid. Of the three, he is the least unconventional, but he is steady, intelligent, and dependable. His record says he will be there when we need him.
Here is a video that the party played between the speeches at the convention. It lays out the difference between the Conservative and the Socialist Democrat visions.
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- Virginia GOP Chooses Cuccinelli-Jackson-Obenshain Ticket: Republican picks for statewide office have notorious records of anti-LGBT animus (metroweekly.com)
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What does the news media want to talk about? The answer is Bishop E. W. Jackson’s stance on “social” issues.
Typically, Socialist Democrats and the news media sidekicks complain the Conservatives want to force their religious morals on everyone. Hogwash! There are a few busybody Christians, but what Socialists do to justify their own misconduct is project their own motives onto their opponents.
Look at our government’s budget. Socialist Democrats have packed that exploding monster full of spending on SOCIAL programs. At the same, using “civil rights” and environmentalism as their excuses, Socialist Democrats use the tax code and endless regulations to stick their noses into what services businesses can provide, what businesses can sell, and who businesses can hire.