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Allen & RPV slight Bob Marshall

posted Mar 31, 2010, 8:26 PM by Robert Alexander   [ updated Mar 31, 2010, 9:09 PM ]
In an ironic slight George Allen returns to the scene of Virginia politics touting the courageous leadership that Virginia is showing in the fight for state sovereignty.  In his letter he mentions several names of such leaders that do deserve mention, however the name of Bob Marshall was strikingly absent.  Was it because of some undeserved bad press that Delegate Marshall received for making Biblical references that were later twisted by the press.  It seems ironic that Mr. Allen who disappeared from the political scene after a slip of the tongue revealed personal bigotry would now reappear to take advantage of one who's verbal slip was used by bigots because it revealed his source of morality. I only hope that this is not a sign that the Republican Party of Virginia expects to receive the credit for standing up for the Constitution after millions of Tea Party and Patriot groups had already made it clear that it is their job to do so. So to Republicans in office as a thank you for what you do, you will be receiving my check in the mail before the tax deadline. As for you unemployed politicians, please watch our Tea Party and Patriot web sites for volunteer opportunities because one "Hooray for us" email is not going to cut it.

dateThu, Mar 25, 2010 at 10:30 PM
subjectVirginia Continues to Lead, Support Liberty Now




 
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Friends and Patriots-

Just as we did at the foundation of our great nation, the Commonwealth of Virginia continues to lead.

As soon as the ink dried on President Obama's signature making official the federal takeover of our healthcare system, my friend, Attorney General Ken Cuccinelli, filed suit in federal court to protect the people and laws of Virginia.

And not surprisingly, some of the Democrats in Virginia have launched attacks. First, they sent out a college professor to criticize the merits of Ken's lawsuit. It turned out that this professor was a major donor to the Democratic Party and was a member of the radical liberal group MoveOn.org.

The next attack on Ken was that he was wasting our hard earned tax dollars on this lawsuit.

Well, as it turned out, that lawsuit cost the taxpayers a total of $350 dollars.

Yesterday, I was proud to see Governor McDonnell officially sign legislation introduced by Senators Jill Vogel and Steve Martin that makes it illegal to force Virginians to purchase health insurance. Virginia continues to lead, but we are not done yet.

Many of you have asked how you can support Attorney General Cuccinelli's principled leadership on this important issue.

The answer is simple, and in this particular case it doesn't revolve around money or spending hours volunteering. Ken needs you to sign to his petition today.

Ken's petition can be found at his website www.Cuccinelli.com.

Once you have signed this petition, please forward it to five of your closest friends and ask them to sign the petition as well. This is too important to wait!

Virginia is on solid legal footing, but we need to show that we have the support of voters such as you.

Thank you for standing strong for freedom with us for the rights and prerogatives of the people of Virginia.

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George Allen

 
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