Sunday, October 25, 2009

Webb Will Block GOP's Filibuster

Today on CNN's "State of the Union," Sen. Jim Webb told John King that he would vote with Dems to break any Republican attempt to block the health care reform bill in Congress.

"One thing I did say to [Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid] is I will vote to proceed forward to debate," Webb said Sunday.
Meanwhile back at the ranch, Creigh Deeds is struggling to win support and Washington Post wrote last Friday that administration officials feel Deeds has no one to blame but himself.

Senior administration officials have expressed frustration with how Democrat R. Creigh Deeds has handled his campaign for governor, refusing early offers of strategic advice and failing to reach out to several key constituencies that helped Obama win Virginia in 2008...


A[n]...administration official, who...spoke on condition of anonymity, said: "Obama, Kaine and others had drawn a road map to victory in Virginia. Deeds chose another path." to blame, I would add the gullible Democratic primary voters who listened to the Post and voted for Deeds instead of Moran or McAuliffe.

Would Sheila Johnson be mocking McAuliffe?? Would Wilder be denying the Democratic candidate for governor his endorsement?? Hell, would we be having this conversation if either McAuliffe or Moran had been the candidate...???

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