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Sunday, November 04, 2012

Tim Kaine, Barack Obama ...

This is the heart of it, as far as I'm concerned:
Vote for George Allen
Virginia doesn’t need an Obama crony in the Senate
Washington Times editorial

Polls show the race is neck-and-neck to fill Jim Webb’s vacant U.S. Senate seat in Virginia. According to the latest Rasmussen Reports survey, Republican George Allen, the former governor and senator, is in a statistical dead heat with Democrat Tim Kaine, recent chairman of the Democratic National Committee (DNC) and former governor. Only about 3 percent are undecided. Why this is so close is a mystery. America is on the ropes under Democratic mismanagement. The candidate in the Virginia race who can contribute to turning this country around and fixing the economy is George Allen.

On the issues, Mr. Allen wins this one hands down. His common-sense conservatism is based on maintaining a strong military, cutting government spending and reducing the tax and regulatory burden to give the private sector confidence to invest and create jobs. “Reckless, irresponsible Washington spending has resulted in unprecedented annual trillion-dollar deficits,” Mr. Allen told The Washington Times. “You can’t set priorities when you don’t have a budget — and the Senate hasn’t passed a budget in over three years. In that time, Washington has added $5 trillion in debt and punted on nearly every effort to restrain spending.”

The contrast in this race is vivid. As a governor, senator, congressman and member of the commonwealth’s House of Delegates, Mr. Allen has a long record of leading the charge for limited government and job growth. Mr. Kaine frighteningly admitted that his work is simply, “Doing what the president wants me to do.” America can’t afford another Obama lackey voting to increase federal deficits and debt. The Washington Times endorses George Allen for the U.S. Senate. [link]
If you like what Barack Obama has done to this country, you'll vote for Tim Kaine.

And you'll get four and six more years of everything that is wrong with the USA.

If, by the same token, you want America to shine once again, you'll send Kaine back to the sewer from which he crawled, and vote for George Allen.