Voter Fraud Is Voter Suppression — reblogged from Voter Fraudulent Defense

voteWhy do as many Republicans as possible need to get to the polls today in Virginia’s 33rd Senate District? Why? The other side has virtually admitted it cheats.

Consider this bullet from Jennifer Wexton‘s Issues Page.

Voter’s Rights: We need to make it easier to vote, not harder. I will work for early voting and no-excuse absentee voting, and will fight against discriminatory voter ID laws.

Now read Keith DeHavelle post, Voter Fraudulent Defense.

Defending voter fraud on the basis of perceived “racism” is bizarre, but we have such foolish people as Colin Powell and the occasional statist Republican senator who goes along with this. In so doing, they are fraudulently denying real American citizens their right to vote, by canceling those votes out with an illegal ones. (continued here)

Make certain you also listen to what Bill Whittle (here as the Virtual President) has to say.

Then, if you are a voter in Virginia’s 33rd Senate District and you have not yet voted, please vote, and please vote for John Whitbeck.


marriageH/T to Biltrix and A Succinct Defense of Marriage.

When we vote, we each vote for our own reasons. However, to create a functioning society, we must have shared values. Why is that the case? Consider what a society does. Doesn’t a healthy society:

  • Create order so that people can work together in harmony?
  • Provide an environment safe for child rearing?
  • Enable its members to create, enjoy, protect, and transmit a healthy culture?

Commonsense would suggest the answer to each of these questions is yes. Yet why are shared values necessary?

  • How do we distinguish order from disorder? Don’t we all have to share a similar notion of the purpose of our society?  Otherwise, how will we define the rights and the responsibility of the members of our society? Are those our rights God-given and inalienable, or does government define people’s rights. Are we each responsible for our own behavior? If not, who is? Are we responsible for our own behavior and self-directed, or does someone need to be in charge of each of us?
  • Who is responsible for child rearing?  Doesn’t someone have to have authority over each child and be responsible for each child’s upbringing?
  • What distinguishes good from bad? As each generation of children grows and reaches maturity, what do we teach these children? Who is responsible for what they learn and how well they learn?

We have a Christian heritage. Christian teaching has defined our nation’s shared values for generations. Now that heritage is being threaten, and what is being offered as a replacement? Nothing. We are replacing Christianity with the empty void that is multiculturalism, the teaching that all Truths are equally valid. That is why people such as Ryan Anderson must testify in defense of something that our forebears once took for granted. The fundamental building block of our society is a man and a woman joined in holy matrimony.


voteOn his radio show today, Larry O’Connor interviewed both Jennifer Wexton and John Whitbeck.  Since Wexton has made abortion rights the issue of her campaign, O’Connor happily obliged by making abortion the subject of the interview. Since logic has little to do with Wexton’s position on abortion, by the end of the interview O’Connor questions had her nearly tongue-tied (no kidding). On the other hand, when O’Connor interviewed Whitbeck, he also talked with Whitbeck about the issues that he has focused on, and Whitbeck had no trouble explaining himself.

Here is a link to today’s show => Drive at Five 01.20.14. All are located here => The Drive at Five Podcasts-Click Here.

  • The interview with Wexton starts at about 7:30 minutes into the podcast.
  • The interview with Whitbeck starts at about 36:45 minutes into the podcast.

Need more?  Today an email from Whitbeck included these two items.

1. An endorsement.

Wolf endorsement

2. A reminder to vote.

Tomorrow is election day. I don’t need to tell you how important each vote is and how crucial this election is for Virginia’s future.

I am the only candidate committed to stopping Obamacare, keeping our taxes low and fighting the tolls punishing our commuters. It is absolutely crucial that you all come out to the polls. 

Voting early is especially important because of the weather. We are expecting snow tomorrow afternoon.

However, the snow is not expected to be heavy before noon, so getting your vote in early will be crucial.

If you need a ride to the polls please give us a call at 571-223-9663 or email

Thank you for your time and I will see you at the polls tomorrow!

CHECKING OUT JOHN WHITBECK — The Republican Candidate For Senate of Virginia, 33rd District

john whitbeckTo give you an idea how partisan the news media can be, consider John Whitbeck wins Republican nomination for Herring’s senate seat. What’s the story about? Half of it is about a supposedly anti-Semitic joke. Of course, The Washington Post has the video. They made use of this “anti-Semitic joke” to attack Ken Cuccinelli during his gubernatorial campaign.

Is the joke anti-Semitic? No, at worst it was just stupid, but by focusing on such nonsense the corporate news media seeks to distract us from far more substantive issues. So let’s focus on something more meaningful. Let’s take the time to check out John Whitbeck‘s Issues Page and his Education Plan.

Whose Candidate is John Whitbeck?

When we elect someone to public office, don’t we want him or her to represent us? What is a good indication of who the candidate will represent? As it happens gives us a clue. Check out who is backing John Whitbeck and his two opponents.

  • Joe May: See Money In – List Donors — Although Jennifer Wexton has the most money, Joe May comes in a close second. While serving as a member of the House of Delegates, May apparently managed to establish numerous “business relationships.” That probably explains why Republicans do not want him in the House of Delegates (see In decisive fashion, LaRock ousts May in GOP primary). One other unsurprising fact is that Speaker Bill Howell is one of May’s donors. Howell is a Republican, but like May, Howell cannot be trusted to resist tax increases. What’s puzzling about May’s VPAP page is that it doesn’t show an “alert” for May’s large contributors.
  • Jennifer Wexton: See Money In – List Donors — In addition to funds from unions and environmental lobbies, Wexton got huge donations from interests in the Democratic Party. Oddly, however, it is Whitbeck who set off an “alert” for the much smaller donation he received from the Republican Senate Caucus. I suppose I will have to research how these VPAP “alerts” work.
  • John Whitbeck: See Money In – List Donors — Of the three candidates in the race, Whitbeck has the least amount of money.  Contrary to the conventional wisdom promoted by the corporate news media and the Democratic Party, the Democratic Party is the party of the rich.Who are Whitbeck’s donors? In addition to the Republican Party of Virginia, most are Conservative Republicans or Conservative organizations.

What Are Others Saying About John Whitbeck?

What are others saying about John Whitbeck? Most people are so disgusted with his opponents they are saying relative little about him. Instead, they are complaining about his oponents. I suppose that’s a good thing for Whitbeck’s candidacy. I also suppose that is why Virginia Virtucon (here), BearingDrift (here), and The Bull Elephant (here) like Whitbeck’s TV ad.

at The Family Foundation‘s blog provides an analysis of Jennifer Wexton’s strange ad in With Control Of The Senate At Stake, Over The Top Wexton Ad May Cause Blowback For Dems. Similarly, in Wexton Compares “Tea Party Republicans” to Rapists,  did the same at Virginia Virtucon.

In Joe May Supports More Development and More Traffic in Loudoun and Fairfax, at The Bull Elephant focuses on Joe May.

You think the Loudoun County Chamber of Commerce is pro business? Think again. Consider their BizVotes Questionnaire Results- 33rd Senate District Jennifer Wexton (D) / John Whitbeck (R) / Joe May (I). Believe it or not, the Loudoun County Chamber of Commerce has supported higher taxes, including special taxes on Northern Virginia (that is, H.B. 2313), and they support Medicaid Expansion under Obamacare. Can you guess which candidates agree with them? A Mar. 19, 2013 article, Northern Virginia lawmakers recap transportation, Medicaid expansion by, makes the point that these positions are not new for Joe May. That probably explains why he lost his seat in the House of Delegates.

Virginia Virtucon, in particular, has researched Joe May’s and Jennifer Wexton’s backgrounds.

The following is from an email from John Whitbeck’s campaign.plowman bannerplowman email