Yet one more reason why the Democrats will lose Virginia.
Shad planking. To summarize the video: every year this event goes on in Virginia where people get together at the Wakefield Ruritan Club and eat shad that’s been smoked on wooden planks (thus, ‘shad planking’). This is one of those big-time political social events for Virginia, and usually it’s pretty bipartisan because, you know, shad on wooden planks. Anyway: according to the video, the organizers | Read More »
Tim Kaine running for VA-SEN, because God loves me.
Jim Geraghty has the report. And it is my devout hope that Tim Kaine brings the same competence and drive to the upcoming Senate election in Virginia that Tim Kaine previously brought to the Chris Christie, Bob McDonnell, Scott Brown, Martha Roby, Mo Brooks, Rick Crawford, Tim Griffin, Steve Womack, Paul Gosar, Ben Quayle, David Schweikert, Jeff Denham, Scott Tipton, Cory Gardner, Steve Southerland, Rich | Read More »
Tim Kaine should run for VA-SEN.
The word is that Tim Kaine (former governor of Virginia and current head of the DNC) is on the verge of declaring his candidacy for the Democratic nomination for Virginia Senator, and I for one support that move thoroughly. Why? Well, because of his record. Below is a chart comparing the number of Democrats (and Democratic-controlled legislatures) at the start of Kaine’s tenure in January | Read More »
Tim Kaine continues the Democrats’ Great Circle of Fail.
If you were wondering whether or not the Democrats learned anything – anything at all – from their recent shellacking, stop wondering: they have not. They are keeping Tim Kaine on as DNC chairman. Because he did ever-so-well in the last election cycle… although I’d like to correct Jim Geraghty’s count slightly on Tim Kaine’s Litany of Failure: Jim was only looking at the 2010 | Read More »
Tim Kaine apparently surprised over Bennett loss.
Kaine was in such a rush to get things going on that he forgot to check the press release: “If there was any question before, there should now be no doubt that the Republican leadership has handed the reigns to the Tea Party.” (Head’s-up from @AlexPappasDC.) It was precisely this keen attention to detail and level of preparation on the DNC’s part that caused such | Read More »
Hi! Are you a corporate lobbyist who needs to reach out to the DNC?
And are you worried about the way that there’s supposed to be this whole new Dizzy City anti-lobbying initiative going on in a few months, and everything? Well, stop worrying, and instead check out the Southern Governors’ Association. More specifically, the SGA’s Corporate Affiliate Program, which “was created to provide a more formalized structure by which individuals and organizations with an interest in the South | Read More »