Noun: anachronism uh-nak-ruh-niz-uhm
1. Something located at a time when it could not have existed or occurred
2. An artifact that belongs to another time
3. A person who seems to be displaced in time; who belongs to another age
4. A Democrat in Southwest Virginia)
They go by the names Phil Puckett, Roscoe Reynolds, and John Edwards.
Democratic senators who are displaced in time, artifacts belonging to an age long past.
What say we get them to that museum of disgraced and forgotten politicians before they inflict more damage upon this tortured land?
Beginning with ...
John Edwards challenger to be introduced June 2Giving Bob Goodlatte a friendly tap on the shoulder - the right shoulder - and asking him to remember who it is that makes and breaks his career in Washington is a healthy thing.
Come meet the next 21st District State Senator in Roanoke - Thursday at 6:30 p.m.
From the Roanoke Tea Party
When Virginia State Senator John Edwards was informed of the Roanoke Tea Party's determination to see him defeated in November 2011, he told The Roanoke Times, "Fine. Who are they going to get to run?"
Well, he and the voters of the 21st Senate District will find out this Thursday. A first rate challenger has come forward, and will announce his candidacy at the June 2 meeting of The Roanoke Tea Party. We follow through on our commitments!
We will also welcome Karen Kwiatkowski on Thursday evening, who will be challenging Bob Goodlatte in the 2012 Republican Primary. She will address our group about her objections to Congressman Goodlatte's record, and how she will vote if elected.
Members of the media are invited to attend this meeting. The candidates and members of our Board of Directors will be available for interviews following the meeting.
The June public meeting of The Roanoke Tea Party is scheduled for Thursday, June 2 at the Ramada Inn River's Edge at 6:30 p.m.
Ending liberal John Edwards' career is a Southwest Virginia imperative.
Here's to the Roanoke Tea Party. Take it to him.