RNC Chairman Visits VA to Support Republican Candidates

Full story: NBC29 Charlottesville

The chairman of the Republican National Committee is in Virginia Thursday, making the rounds with Republican nominee for governor Ken Cuccinelli, but the RNC is focused on more than just Virginia's upcoming elections.
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huck

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"The GOP probably has a lot of work to do with non-white voters"

The sky's the limit when it comes to passing more legislation to supress the vote. Kudos to Reince 'the guppy' Priebus for bringing it home to VA.
sez you

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The GOP is a dead horse, or dead elephant, whatever. And good riddance.
hondacivic

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huck wrote:
"The GOP probably has a lot of work to do with non-white voters"
The sky's the limit when it comes to passing more legislation to supress the vote. Kudos to Reince 'the guppy' Priebus for bringing it home to VA.
I guess they are trying a new tactic now. They will just starve the perceived democrats. The House voted and approved the Farm Bill today without SNAP being a part of it. Promising a future vote for that. Like the Tea Party will allow that bill to be passed in the House.
middle seat

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They better train the candidates on how to disclose gifts/donations!
Disillusioned

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hondacivic wrote:
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I guess they are trying a new tactic now. They will just starve the perceived democrats. The House voted and approved the Farm Bill today without SNAP being a part of it. Promising a future vote for that. Like the Tea Party will allow that bill to be passed in the House.
So you admit that giving freebies (food stamps, etc.) gets votes?
hondacivic

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So you admit that giving freebies (food stamps, etc.) gets votes?
No that was not what I was saying. Perhaps "perceived" should have been "assumed". We know that most of the states that receive the most federal dollars are republican. It is the Tea Party that has pushed hating the poor, but claim to be Christian.
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Disillusioned wrote:
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So you admit that giving freebies (food stamps, etc.) gets votes?
If that were true, Mississippi, a republican stronghold, would be democrat, right?
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http://www.npr.org/blogs/thesalt/2011/11/07/1...
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(note that it's also the most obese state, and one of the most polluted, and least educated)

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