Tuesday, November 5, 2013

Virginia Governor's Race - #4614 - Revealed: Obama Campaign Bundler Helpiing Fund Libertarian in Tight Virginia Governor's Race - The Blaze (2) Rush Limbaugh - Barack Obama - National Joke - Is Telling Virginians Who to Make Their Governor - (3) A Blow to Conservatism? A Look at Tuesday's Election for Governor in N.J. and Virginia - What They May Indicate for the Future - The Blaze - (4) VIDEOS: Rally at Albemarle GOP Headquarters - Ken Cuccinelli, Candidate for Va. Governor, E. W. Jackson, Candidate for Lt. Governor, Mark Obenshain, Candidate for Attorney General, Rob Bell Va. Delegate, 58 District - Welborn Freedom Watch (5) Ron Paul to Virginians - 'Insane to Vote for Libertarian' Robert Sarvis - Brietbart

Revealed: Obama Campaign Bundler Helping Fund Libertarian in Tight Virginia Governor's Race - The Blaze - A major Democratic Party benefactor and Obama campaign bundler helped pay for professional petition circulators responsible for getting Virginia Libertarian gubernatorial candidate Robert C. Sarvis on the ballot — a move that could split conservative votes in a tight race. Campaign finance records show the Libertarian Booster PAC has made the largest independent contribution to Sarvis’ campaign, helping to pay for professional petition circulators who collected signatures necessary to get Sarvis’ name on Tuesday’s statewide ballot. Austin, Texas, software billionaire Joe Liemandt is the Libertarian Booster PAC’s major benefactor. He’s also a top bundler for President Barack Obama. This revelation comes as Virginia voters head to the polls Tuesday in an election where some observers say the third-party gubernatorial candidate could be a spoiler for Republican Ken Cuccinelli. A spokesman for Sarvis provided no direct answers late Monday when TheBlaze asked about Liemandt’s Democrat ties and whether Sarvis had been recruited to split conservative votes as a way to aid Democrat Terry McAuliffe. “We’re coordinating Sarvis interviews with Richmond, Norfolk and Charlottesville TV news teams to reach Virginia voters – our first priority – on Election Eve,” John Vaught LaBeaume, Sarvis communications director and strategist, responded in an email to TheBlaze. Read more.........

(2) Rush Limbaugh - Barack Obama - National Joke - is Telling Virginians Who to Make Their Governor - RUSH: The Obamacare rollout continues. Something amazing is going on here, too. There's an election tomorrow in Virginia. It's for governor. And there's something amazing to me going on in this race. Terry McAuliffe, who is... I'm trying to think of a term that'll avoid a slander suit. We called him The Punk here when he was the consigliore and the capo for the Clintons. I am stunned that somebody like this could possibly be elected governor. Anyway, Obama's in there campaigning for him. Obama has become a national joke. We have a Gallup daily poll, he's at 40%. This is October 30 through November 2nd. Obama's at 40%. This Obamacare rollout is embarrassing the media. It's embarrassing Obama. It is a huge problem. There are continuing stories, we have 'em in the Stack today, continued stories about people, one in the Wall Street Journal, somebody said, "I'm not even political. I'm just somebody that's lost my health insurance." I've got two examples, one in the Seattle Times one in the Wall Street Journal, and they are indicative of what's happening all over this country with insurance and health care and Obamacare. Obama's running in and he's campaigning for McAuliffe. Every word out of Obama's mouth now is a lie, and everybody knows this. I mean, can you imagine if Obama decided to do gun control next and said, "If you like your gun, you get to keep it"? Would you now believe him? Read more..........

(3) A Blow to Conservatism? A Look at Tuesday's Elections for Governor in New Jersey and Virginia.  What They May Indicate for the Future - The Blaze - Perhaps the only things as predictable as the results of Tuesday’s gubernatorial races in Virginia and New Jersey are what the media reactions to the outcomes will be. That’s the view of Rick Trader, host of the Conservative Commandos syndicated radio show in New Jersey, and others who anticipate a particular narrative from pundits. “If Ken Cuccinelli loses and Chris Christie wins, which he will, the mantra you will hear fromboth the mainstream media and the mainstream Republican Party — the same mainstream Republican Party that sees Ted Cruz and Mike Lee as a threat to their power — will be that it was a blow to conservatism,” Trader told TheBlaze.Meanwhile, in Virginia, Democratic gubernatorial candidate Terry McAuliffe, a former Democratic National Committee chairman, has maintained a lead over conservative Republican Ken Cuccinelli, a Tea Party favorite who gained national fame as the first state attorney general to litigate against Obamacare. Read more........


(4) On November 4, 2013, a Rally was held at Albemarle GOP Headquarters, Charlottesville, Va., Ken Cuccinelli, Candidate for Virginia Governor addresses the crowd in this video clip.


On November 4, 2013, E. W. Jackson, Candidate for Va. Lt. Governor at Albemarle GOP Headquarters, Charlottesville, Va. shares his vision with the crowd.


On November 4, 2013, Rob Bell, Delegate, Va. 58th,  and Mark Obenshain, Candidate for Va. Attorney General,  were among guest speakers at the Albemarle GOP Headquarters, Charlottesville, Va.

(5) Ron Paul to Virginians - 'Insane to Vote for Libertarian' Robert Sarvis - Breitbart On Monday, former Congressman and staunch libertarian Ron Paul (R-TX) campaigned for Virginia Republican Governor candidate Ken Cuccinelli and said Virginias would be giving up on liberty if they voted for Democrat Terry McAuliffe in Tuesday's election and would be "insane" if they voted for so-called libertarian Robert Sarvis, the third-party candidate who may siphon enough votes from Cuccinelli to spoil the election. Specifically referring to the mileage taxes that Sarvis indicated he may support and which may require GPS systems to be installed in everyone's cars, Paul said "anybody who would conceivably vote for someone who would endorse a mileage tax" is "insane" because a mileage tax would be an "invasion of privacy" and would just give the government more money it could waste. In an interview on MSNBC, Sarvis indicated that he could support "vehicle-miles-driven taxes." Appearing with Cuccinelli, Paul also noted that Cuccinelli would cut taxes and would not support any new taxes. He said though Cuccinelli may not be in the Libertarian Party, he's a "Constitutionalist, so he's an ally." Read more..........

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