MY 2012 Endorsements !!on January 11th, 2012 at 10:01 AM
The FCRC meeting last night was packed, standing room only with supporters of all the candidates that showed up last night. I did not wear all the millions of stickers that I usually am offered except for two, Mitt Romney and George Allen. The FCRC Chairman Candidates had their army’s there as well as a few congresional candidates and Senate candidates it was an exciting meeting for the most part,and here are my personal choices for 2012. These Choices are not shared by all on this forum, as one of our writers in full disclosure works for a candidate I have decided not to endorse.
I think Jay will continue the EXCITEMENT AND MOMENTUM that the FCRC currently has. I look forward to working with him in the future.
11th District Congress
This was a tough decision to be honest as all three candidates are great and have things to bring to the table. The speeches were all about the same on the excitement level and substance. I am still waiting for things other then the economy to come out of our candidates since members of Congress do deal with more than the budget. I am supporting ;
Who I think will be able to go one on one with Gerry Connolly and hopefully get the bosshog off his pedestal . I in no way will attack the other two candidates, whoever wins this nomination will be great ,but I strongly believe Chris is the guy to do the job however.
I always tell folks, George Allen and my mother are the reasons why I am a Republican. Last night Susan Allen spoke on his behalf and did agreat job and outlined those things that I do love about our former Gov. and Senator. The show stopper though was Allen’s primary opponent Bishop Jackson, whose speech had the loudest and longest applause of the evening. Unfortunately I don’t believe that the Bishop is the one to beat Timmy K in November.
My Presidential Pick is Mitt Romney..I’m sure my more Conservative friends disagree..and that’s OK that’s what primaries are for. Getting on a states ballot is pretty important as well.