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McDonnell on TV

Rosalind Helderman

Bob McDonnell has now hit the airwaves, buying broadcast and cable ads on stations in Norfolk, Richmond, Roanoke, Harrisonburg-Charlottesville and the tri-cities area. McDonnell spokesman Tucker Martin said the campaign has spent more than $200,000 on the buy, a significant figure, though far less than a Democratic political action committee has spent recently on ads attacking him.

By Rosalind Helderman  |  May 11, 2009; 2:22 PM ET
Categories:  Election 2009 , Robert F. McDonnell , Rosalind Helderman  
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Subject: The incompetence, dishonesty, and penchant for political self-destruction of the extreme right, pseudo conservatives never cease to amaze!

The bright light of truth has once again exposed the Lies of the Right!

Finally, a group of reporters has shown the courage to cut through all of the political spin (lies) and report the truth. Check out:

Wow! The ignorance of the obstinate, right-wing extremists, aka pseudo conservatives, seems to be growing despite the efforts of many to expose the political spin (lies) and report the truth!

Hey Dummies! Virginia should take the $125.5 million now and use it to strengthen our unemployment insurance program. Yes, $20 million will be used through 2010 to aid many, unemployed Virginians, who were permanent, part-time workers or who are in training programs, but that is a good thing! In the latter part of 2010, the General Assembly will have more data on the true costs of these additional unemployment options and can decide, then, to continue them or repeal them.

If Virginia does not take the $125.5 million, then it will go to the states, whose legislators are more interested in aiding and protecting their unemployed constituents than in playing self-serving, stupid, political games!

In personally convincing the Republican Delegates and Senators of Virginia’s General Assembly to vote against taking the $125.5 million, Bob McDonnell has shown his preference for stupid, self-serving, political games over the best interest of Virginia’s citizens and his inability to make the tough but correct decisions needed to properly lead Virginia!

So, I do want to see Bob McDonnell as the Republican candidate for Governor in November; however the Republicans may want to reconsider their choice.

Have a Nice Day!

Posted by: SamBear | May 12, 2009 9:49 AM | Report abuse

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