Friday, April 20, 2012

Virginia U.S. Senate Race - #3825 - Tim Kaine's Advocacy for Obama Will Haunt His Campaign - Neil Snyder - PJ Media

The campaign to replace retiring U.S. Senator Jim Webb (D-Virginia) is a dead heat right now between two presumptive nominees who are former Virginia governors: George Allen (R) and Tim Kaine (D). But polls taken this early in an election cycle can be deceiving, and in this instance, they are probably downright misleading. Here’s why: Tim Kaine is tied so closely to Barack Obama that they are virtually joined at the hip, and Virginia voters are coming to grips with the fact that the Obama they helped to elect in 2008 is not the same Obama who has been governing this nation since 2009. For that deception, there should be hell to pay on Election Day. Tim Kaine isn’t just another Democratic governor who supported Barack Obama. He was the first governor outside Illinois to endorse Obama for president. What did Kaine see in Obama that led him to believe that Obama would be a good president? It wasn’t his accomplishments as an Illinois state senator, because he didn’t have any; it wasn’t his accomplishments in the United States Senate, because Obama was too busy campaigning for the presidency to waste his time trying to advance a legislative agenda; and it couldn’t have been his remarkable achievements outside of politics, since Obama’s experience is void of anything noteworthy. There was absolutely nothing in Obama’s record indicating that he had the makings of a good president, and his record as president bears that out. Tim Kaine will have to explain to Virginia voters why he supported Barack Obama and his programs in a sensible way and that will be a daunting task because it makes no sense at all unless it was for political reasons only. Virginia voters are smart. In due course, they will come to terms with that reality.     Read more........

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  1. Every State has Election Machine Fraud about to let George Soros and Obama fix elections all over the USA. How can he loose when they Fix the Machines.

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