Turn in a supervisor for doing something of benefit to county. I am serious. Stop snickering. Steve Randolph just left us with the names of the 4 Horsemen from 1972 along with their misdeeds. After those evil clowns, our current guys don’t look half bad. I went looking for something good to report and immediately saw something very helpful on Maureen Caddigan’s website. She has a list of the various committees, advisories and the like as well as those she has appointed. What a great idea!
A group named “Cooch Watch” after Ken ‘The Cooch’ Cuccinelli just launched to fight back. They aim to stop the attorney general from forcing his will on Virginians. Medical student and former abortion clinic worker Stephanie Arnold is leading the group of about 10 women. Arnold said on a call today that Cooch Watch plans to “attend Mr. Cuccinelli’s public events, ask questions, protest, and remind Mr. Cuccinelli that he is being watched” and will be “held accountable for his actions”:
A rally was held to greet the Attorney General. (see video) Please note that we are aware that there is spoof involved. How else does one work against someone as foolish as Ken “Cooch” Cuccinelli? He might want to change his name to something other than “Cooch” after he sees the video.
Publications around the state and the nation have spoken out against Cuccinelli’s refusal to certify the recommendations of the State Board of Health who was tasked to come up with regulations. They wisely chose to grandfather in existing regulations so as to not present an undue burden on existing businesses.
Michele Bachmann has done everything in her power to convince the American people that she has no class. Bachmann has written letters to at least 5 inspector generals calling for an investigation of Huma Abedin, top ranking aid to Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton and wife of former Congressman Anthony Weiner. Bachmann alleges family ties to the Muslim Brotherhood. One such link cited is Huma’s father, who has been deceased for 2 decades. Ms. Abedin is an American Muslim.
Many top ranking mainstream Republicans have recoiled in horror at Bachmann’s suggestions that Huma is anything but a loyal American and have publicly denounced the Congresswoman’s allegations.
Senator John McCain defended Huma Abedin on the floor of the Senate:
McCain said on the Senate floor: “Huma represents what is best about America: the daughter of immigrants, who has risen to the highest levels of our government on the basis of her substantial personal merit and her abiding commitment to the American ideals that she embodies so fully.”
John Boehner and Marco Rubio also got in the act of defending Huma. Most decent people are horrified that such accusations are being thrown around about a women that most people respect deeply. There has been no regard for fact or fairness.
Its good to see decent Republicans calling out the clown squad in their party. They set a good example in doing so. Its time for more of this to happen. In the long run, mainstream Republicans will be the winners.