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As I said before... we're better off not running anyone at all than Gillespie. Enjoy that nice, tall glass of Medicare Part D. And yes, I understand the odds against Warner with Shak.
Toggle Commented Jun 6, 2014 on Jumping The Sha(r)k at MASON CONSERVATIVE
Chris, this is rubbish. You'd never have written this if Ben Cline had gotten last week.
If he's in, I'd definitely consider him.
Reaction so far is to support Black.... provided he can soften his image a bit and avoid anything foolish on social issues.
Wait and see. That may purely be a business move for Amazon, which has a board of directors and everything else.
Toggle Commented Aug 15, 2013 on Amazon Building CIA Cloud at MASON CONSERVATIVE
Rigell is one of McDonnell's minions. I expect this sort of thing out of him.
Toggle Commented Apr 9, 2013 on The Whining Mr. Rigell at MASON CONSERVATIVE
I do! I do! As I've said before, she's the comic relief of the LG race.
Toggle Commented Mar 11, 2013 on Hey, Who Remembers This? at MASON CONSERVATIVE
I think Snyder is going to be exposed... but not by Jeannemarie. I've not devoted any attention to her because I can't mock her any worse than she already makes a mockery of herself.
This thread is ridiculous. What is the point of the Republican party? To exist as an alternative to the Democrats? Or do we actually have history and principles of our own, drawn from men like Calvin Coolidge, Robert Taft, Barry Goldwater and Ronald Reagan? Do we STAND for anything? If not, and we move to the center and/or alter our principles even more than we already have to suit whatever minority or other special interest group or voter bloc we're losing with, we should just hang it up. Stand for principle, or sit down. I agree with Chris, other than on immigration policy, essentially, BTW. That is all.
Congrats, dude!
Toggle Commented Nov 13, 2012 on Its A Girl! at MASON CONSERVATIVE
He had the backing of the GOP establishment machine. That carried him over the finish line, fortunately for him a lot of the crack didn't start to appear until shortly before the primary date. Nevertheless, Ken Vaughn exposed a lot of his weaknesses, like his fear of debates, his inability to speak in anything beyond the most basic platitudes on the issues, and his history as a go-along-to-get-along type. He may as well be a Dem. I'll go with 59-41, Boss Hogg.
Toggle Commented Jul 8, 2012 on I Feel Bad For Chris Perkins at MASON CONSERVATIVE
Davis was the most conservative member of the CBC, which isn't saying much. He needs to prove himself for some time as a conservative before we look at him in this role. That said, Perkins is about to get smoked.
Toggle Commented Jul 7, 2012 on I Feel Bad For Chris Perkins at MASON CONSERVATIVE
We'll get to see what happens, won't we? Pathetic that the GOP establishment, represented on this thread by Schoeneman, is supporting a Dem pretending to be a Republican, wrapping himself in the flag. He met Taylor through, among other things, going with him on a number of CODELs. Just another cog in the machine, and unworthy of support.
Other than perhaps Patrick Murray, there's no one in NoVA up and down the ticket that I'm really motivated to get out and support. A disappointing result.
Toggle Commented Jun 13, 2012 on Primary Thoughts at MASON CONSERVATIVE
Congrats, Chris!
Toggle Commented Jun 5, 2012 on Baby Beer Coming 12/12/12 at MASON CONSERVATIVE
Joe's commented over at TLZ, too, and clearly needs some Ritalin. As far as that "Collegiate Conservative" blog goes, he was exposed as a serial commenter with more aliases than Tuco from "The Good, The Bad & The Ugly." Once that happened, he deleted his blog. He. Got. Served. That about covers it. So I woulfn't worry, Chris.
Toggle Commented Apr 3, 2012 on Ken Vaughn for Congress at MASON CONSERVATIVE
The Post article is accurate. Perkins also pulled out of a candidate forum a few days before the event. I took a pretty hard shot at the Perkins camp for it here:
This is the kind of thing that will make me not support Mittens in the general.
Oh, I get that Romney will essentially give us a George H.W. Bush Presidency (without the national security background), and I certainly can't defend his record on health care. You were dead on calling him out for telling Obama in 2009 that the mandate was a good thing. But Romney at least could be pressured by conservatives. Santorum will give us a Bush 43 Presidency, with more emphasis on social "conservative" nanny statism. Even worse, from a liberty perspective. You and I both support Ron Paul, but it's not looking like he's going to be the nominee... sooo...?
Toggle Commented Mar 15, 2012 on Mitt Romney vs. Rick Santorum at MASON CONSERVATIVE
The Frothy One as the GOp nominee would force me, as a liberty-focused paleoconservative, to cast my vote for Zero. Santorum represents everything that has gone horribly wrong with the conservative movement over the last 25-30 years. Big government across the board. Just say no.
Toggle Commented Mar 15, 2012 on Mitt Romney vs. Rick Santorum at MASON CONSERVATIVE
It's not close, even if Perkins is currently more organized, bringing 15-20 people with red T-shirts to FCRC events. This should cover it: The gf wrote that particular entry, not I, but I stand behind it completely. Vaughn For Congress.
Toggle Commented Feb 26, 2012 on Virginia 11 at MASON CONSERVATIVE
Allen just hasn't learned from the past as I hoped he would. Bob Marshall for Senate, despite his nuttery on social issues, he'd be a real warrior in the Senate.
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