Yesterday in Sterling hundreds of people turned out in the middle of a beautiful day to listen to Ken Cuccinelli’s message of freedom and liberty.
Freedom for children in failing schools to get out of those schools and have a chance at a future. Freedom for all of us by getting the government out of our lives by decreasing the government regulations that now dominate our lives. Freedom to make more choices in our lives by lowering taxes and allowing us to keep more of our money. Freedom to have jobs by keeping the coals mines open in Virginia. Freedom to continue enjoying electricity by keeping those mines open.
“Get government out of the way, and you will watch the American economy explode,” Cuccinelli said. His opponent, Terry McAuliffe, has vowed to decrease our freedoms by closing mines, forcing more government regulations over our lives, opposing any choice for children in failing schools, adding 400,000 more Virginians to the medicaid rolls, and by increasing taxes.
Radio talk show host and author Mark Levin spoke in support of Ken Cuccinelli for Governor:
“I’ll be damned if I’m going to watch Terry McAuliffe be governor of Virginia,” Levin said. “Now, if he wants to run for governor of Maryland, I understand it,” Levin said. “But this is Virginia, and we have to draw a line somewhere in Virginia, and we’re drawing it right here.”
Democrats at the rally chose to make the rally all about a rather silly joke told by Republican 10th district chairman John Whitbeck and widely circulated by the democrat group American Bridge. Today John Whitbeck issued this statement:
“At yesterday’s rally, I told a joke,“I did not tell an anti-Semitic joke. I told a joke I heard from a priest at a church service. Any alleged outrage over this joke has been wholly manufactured by American Bridge, an organization founded by Democrat activist David Brock and funded by Georg Soros. American Bridge, which has the sole purpose of electing Democrats by attacking Republicans, has repeatedly demonstrated its commitment to defeating Ken Cuccinelli by any means they deem necessary.”
John Whitbeck also said that the democrats have focused on this silly little joke because they are desperate to change the subject since the Northern Virginia Technology Council endorsed Ken Cuccinelli.
“Northern Virginia Technology Council’s TechPAC’s endorsement of Ken Cuccinelli over Terry McAuliffe has clearly changed momentum in the race for governor”.
Yes, the Big Mo has changed and the democrats latest ploy will not work.