Ken Cuccinelli Blog Posts
Bill Bolling today dropped his gubernatorial bid. Faced with an insurmountable challenge from Attorney General Ken Cuccinelli he decided to pull the plug now instead of waiting for an inevitable loss at the convention. I feel bad for Bolling. I was p...
by Moore Common Sense on Nov 28, 2012
THE WOMAN LIED SHE’S A BITCH SHE DESERVES THE SAME 4 YEARS HE GOT FOR BEING INNOCENT THE EXCUSE FOR HER LIE…RIDICULOUS Not all woman are bitches but a good deal are Because they are human. =============================================Bonj...
by The Word Warrior-Bonju Blog on Nov 22, 2012
Update to an earlier post about Patrick Moran, Jim Moran's son and field director of his campaign, who resigned after being caught on tape conspiring to commit voter fraud and forge documentation.
by Red Alexandria on Oct 26, 2012
Virginia's Attorney General points out something you might not have realized. As Governor, Tim Kaine sued to block the voting rights of members of the military serving in Virginia. Why does Tim Kaine hate the military?
by Red Alexandria on Aug 3, 2012
Back in July 2011 I posed this very question as Bob McDonnell actively sought to raise his national profile. Now it looks like the Virginia Governor may indeed be in the vetting process as a possible running mate to Mitt Romney.
by Moore Common Sense on Jun 26, 2012
Just 7 months after his life completely fell apart, former "Real Housewives of DC" star Tareq Salahi has decided to take the only logical next step -- run for Governor of Virginia.
by Moore Common Sense on Apr 25, 2012
Not that there was ever any doubt that Ken Cuccinelli would not run against Bill Bolling for Governor of Virginia, but today he made it official.
by Moore Common Sense on Mar 22, 2012
The numbers seem to show that money will not be a problem for either candidate. However, Bill Bolling might be at a slight disadvantage even though he raised slightly more money...
by Moore Common Sense on Jan 17, 2012
Look, you can't win an election with nothing but ideas, you just can't. It's sad that that is the way it is, but it is. If you want to win an election in this country you have to pay your dues.
by Moore Common Sense on Dec 28, 2011