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Saturday, October 17, 2009

Washington Post: The most fair and objective endorsement on the Virginia Governor's race in the history of Virginia Print Media


Posted by MAXIMUS

With their endorsement of Creigh, Thesis, Thesis, Thesis, Thesis, Thesis, Deeds for Governor of the Commonwealth of Virginia. The Washington Thesis, Thesis, Thesis, Thesis, Thesis, Post has set the bar in objective editorial journalism. The Post's coverage of the Thesis, Thesis, Thesis, Thesis, Thesis, Virginia Governor's race has been fair, evenhanded, and they always have brought a fresh daily perspective to the race. The Washington Post, thankfully, has Thesis, Thesis, Thesis, Thesis, Thesis, never repeated any one story on the race. Why? Fortunately, The Post has had enough Thesis, Thesis, Thesis, Thesis, Thesis, material to cover the issues of the day that Virginians care about. Then, if the Post Thesis, Thesis, Thesis, Thesis, Thesis, really based their editorial endorsement on substantive issues, McDonnell surely would have won their favor.

The Post's editorial board could have Thesis, Thesis, Thesis, Thesis, Thesis, talked about McDonnell's plan to make Virginia the energy capitol of the east coast. With the United States importing over $1 Trillion dollars each year in energy supplies (read oil), Bob McDonnell has laid out an aggressive energy jobs creation plan that will allow Virginia businesses to perhaps capture anywhere from a 3% to 5% share of the energy importation market which may result in an estimated $30 Billion to $50 Billion worth of new capital that would be injected directly into Virginia's economy. Net, net= Job Creation during challenging economic times. McDonnell gets it, the Post and Creigh Deeds do not. Job Creation and getting the Virginia economy moving again is what is on the minds of Virginia voters. Virginians do not trust the Kaine legacy, Creigh Deeds, to accomplish this uber objective. Read between the lines on the Post's Editorial Endorsement of Creigh Deeds--even they don't think he can get the economy moving again or else they would have said so in their endorsement of Deeds. Incredible development really.

What good is "new" money for transportation when folks are stuck at home, not on roads, for lack of having a job to commute to? Ah, yes, the Thesis, Thesis, Thesis, Thesis, Thesis, Washington Post is on the job folks. The Post is again talking about the Thesis, Thesis, Thesis, Thesis, Thesis, issues that are most dear to the Virginia Voter. Where, when, and how fast can I renew my DOG HOUSE BREAKING TRAINING MAT, DOG HOUSE BREAKING TRAINING MAT, DOG HOUSE BREAKING TRAINING MAT, subscription?

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