Virginia AG does about face, won't push to change GOP ballot

By | January 1, 2012

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3 thoughts on “Virginia AG does about face, won't push to change GOP ballot

  1. Zypldot

    “my concern grows that we cannot find a way to make such changes fair to the Romney and Paul campaigns” … What about what is FAIR to the voters of Virginia?

  2. CHHR01

    While I agree that changing the rules midstream does not set a good precedent, it does frustrate me that conditions to get on the VA ballot are so draconian. Almost seems intentional when you consider that the VA GOP announced their endorsement of Romney even before the field was set. Add that to the rather strange exit Romney made in the last cycle and you get a very clear picture of establishment meddling. I have to agree with Bob, this really does reek of a rigged outcome. Too bad Romney has to resort to the same tactics as our current President to get into office.

    Sorry to say, but I am angry and very tired of a bunch of political operatives telling me who I HAVE to vote for. Despite the fraud, harassment, and all sorts of other scandals, we should all do our civic duty and vote. This year I will exercise my right to write in the candidate I feel is best suited for the job – and it isn’t Romney – I want a country for my children and grandchildren.

  3. Bob Russell Post author

    Well, it looks as if Cucciinelli has bigger political aspirations. He has caved into the party establishment of both parties who want Romney as the republicrat nominee. I am afread we are looking at a stacked deck throughout the nation.

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