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Cuccinelli advisor blames Bobby Jindal, RGA for defeat: ‘They just blew it’
The Daily Caller ^ | 8:08 AM 11/06/2013 | Matt K. Lewis

Posted on 11/07/2013 9:04:59 AM PST by Zhang Fei

“Bobby Jindal and his political team totally blew it,” harrumphed one advisor for Ken Cuccinelli the morning after a closer-than-expected loss.

Cuccinelli, who narrowly lost last night’s gubernatorial election to Terry McAuliffe, was badly outspent in the days and weeks leading up to the election. The New York Times‘ Jonathan Martin described Cuccinelli’s plight as having been “close to abandoned at the end.” He was. As Politico’s James Hohmann reported, ”The Republican National Committee spent about $3 million on Virginia this year, compared to $9 million in the 2009.” And as the Roanoke Times noted, in 2009, the Chamber of Commerce spent $973,000 on Bob McDonnell, but “[t]his year, the chamber gave Cuccinelli nothing.”

But it was the Republican Governor’s Association (RGA) and chairman Bobby Jindal who drew the most ire from a Cuccinelli advisor I spoke to on Wednesday morning — this, despite the fact that the RGA spent millions on the race.

“Bobby Jindal’s presidential campaign is over,” said the Cuccinelli advisor. “He screwed this up so bad. And I don’t know why. The campaign knew it was moving numbers over ObamaCare. And the RGA was not very far from that information, they could have obtained it themselves,” the advisor continued. “They should have given the money to the campaign to spend as opposed to running these stupid China ads. They just blew it.”

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Are Cuccinelli's advisors burning his political bridges and making fresh enemies by blasting away at Republicans whose help he might need for a comeback? Only time will tell, but it's interesting that the RGA decided to micro-manage Cuccinelli's campaign by running what the campaign considered to be politically-irrelevant ads instead of handing the money over to the perennially cash-strapped GOP candidate to spend as he saw fit.
1 posted on 11/07/2013 9:04:59 AM PST by Zhang Fei
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To: Zhang Fei

The results of the Virginia election should be enough to cause a revolt within the GOP. But nothing will come of it.


2 posted on 11/07/2013 9:06:59 AM PST by skeeter
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To: Zhang Fei

Don’t know the detail about RGA.

It’s not like RNC wasting money on Christie instead, is it?


3 posted on 11/07/2013 9:09:51 AM PST by Sir Napsalot (Pravda + Useful Idiots = CCCP; JournOList + Useful Idiots = DopeyChangey!)
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To: skeeter
The results of the Virginia election should be enough to cause a revolt within the GOP. But nothing will come of it.

I sympathize with Cuccinelli. But Reagan was portrayed as a wild-eyed crazy by the media every time he ran for office. When he went up against Carter in 1980, he was slammed as a senile old crazy who would get us all killed in a nuclear war. He won anyway. Politicians win because of superior political skills, not their political views. Cuccinelli went through trial by election, and was found wanting. Superior politicians anticipate everything, look for ways to respond effectively within their resource constraints and find a way to win.

4 posted on 11/07/2013 9:16:26 AM PST by Zhang Fei (Let us pray that peace be now restored to the world and that God will preserve it always.)
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To: Zhang Fei

I don’t blame the RGA as much as the RNC but then again we need to start blaming ourselves because if we want candidates that aren’t owned by big money interests and who represent us and not those interests then it is WE who will need to fund them. It doesn’t mean we even have to cut big checks. The power is in numbers. There are millions of conservatives and constitutionalists in America and if we can’t each donate $5 to $10 a piece a month on the one most pinnacle race in this election season then there is something wrong with us. There were 2 races that deserved our attention the Lonegan race and the Cuccinelli race and it wasn’t till right at the last weeks of the race did either of the races get the attention they needed. While Lonegan was a true longshot Cuccinelli could’ve been a slamdunk and even Lonegan would’ve probably won had the selfish bastard at the top of the ticket had scheduled the election on the same day as the Governor’s race.

Sure the establishment is to blame for screwing up the GOP party but we need to realize that those that have screwed it up are benefiting from it and will not help us fix it because it means they lose their power. Very few in the top echelons really believe in individual liberty and true constitutional governance which is why they won’t run on it.


5 posted on 11/07/2013 9:18:34 AM PST by Maelstorm (Obamacare is your healthcare on stupid.)
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To: Zhang Fei
The GOP's job is to their part to get candidates elected, and that means channeling money to campaigns that can win. It turns out Cuccinelli was easily electable, and the GOP either failed to recognize it or chose to leave him twisting because they considered him too conservative. Probably the latter.

This loss belongs to the GOPe, its what they wanted.

6 posted on 11/07/2013 9:21:07 AM PST by skeeter
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To: Zhang Fei

There isn’t going to be a comeback. Ken, unfortunately, is finished. The GOP-e rejected him, and the Grassroots cannot support him by himself.


7 posted on 11/07/2013 9:22:49 AM PST by Salgak (http://catalogoftehburningstoopid.blogspot.com 100% all-natural snark !)
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To: Maelstorm
even Lonegan would’ve probably won had the selfish bastard at the top of the ticket had scheduled the election on the same day as the Governor’s race.

I think Christie is an army of one. After the high-profile way in which he shivved Romney by embracing Obama, and his complete lack of coattails in NJ, it's hard to see how he's gonna get anything but the cold shoulder from GOP officeholders nationwide. It's not as if the base is pressuring GOP officials to help Christie - the pressure is to tar and feather the guy.

8 posted on 11/07/2013 9:23:31 AM PST by Zhang Fei (Let us pray that peace be now restored to the world and that God will preserve it always.)
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To: Zhang Fei
Are Cuccinelli's advisors burning his political bridges Not really. His advisers bring up good points.

The RGA should have let Cuccinelli's team spend money as they see fit. Running China ads were quite stupid -- and something Jindal would likely endorse.

Jindal is my Governor. Jindal has foolish ambitions to be President.

Jindal can best be described as a technocrat. He has never had any private sector experience.

Jindal can parrot Conservative principles at times, but it is just an intellectual exercise on his part.

Unoke, Cruz, Mike Lee and Palin, Jindal does not have Conservatism in his DNA.

9 posted on 11/07/2013 9:23:32 AM PST by sand88 (We can never legislate our way back to Liberty)
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To: skeeter
The GOP's job is to their part to get candidates elected, and that means channeling money to campaigns that can win. It turns out Cuccinelli was easily electable, and the GOP either failed to recognize it or chose to leave him twisting because they considered him too conservative. Probably the latter. This loss belongs to the GOPe, its what they wanted.

Reagan found a way to work with the moderates without repudiating his principles. His 11th commandment was common sense. Airing your dirty laundry vis-a-vis senior party figures in public burns bridges and doesn't advance your political career. That's why he never did it. Whether it's Cuccinelli venting or his advisors, they're doing his political future no favors.

10 posted on 11/07/2013 9:29:31 AM PST by Zhang Fei (Let us pray that peace be now restored to the world and that God will preserve it always.)
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To: Zhang Fei

I bet the RGA had marching orders from the RNC to squash this Tea Party moment to clear the way for a Christie 2016 run.


11 posted on 11/07/2013 9:30:13 AM PST by 5thGenTexan
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To: Zhang Fei

Bobby Jindal: The system corrupts them faster than we can vote them out. Only the states can restore America:

http://www.conventionofstates.com/


12 posted on 11/07/2013 9:30:54 AM PST by SC_Pete
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To: Sir Napsalot
It’s not like RNC wasting money on Christie instead, is it?

Not wasted to them - stockpiled for 2016.

13 posted on 11/07/2013 9:31:06 AM PST by 5thGenTexan
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To: Zhang Fei

I’m done with the GOP.


14 posted on 11/07/2013 9:31:07 AM PST by xzins ( Retired Army Chaplain and Proud of It! Those who truly support our troops pray for victory!)
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To: Zhang Fei

I blame the voters in Virginia. You get the government you vote for...and I hope it HURTS!


15 posted on 11/07/2013 9:33:35 AM PST by Twotone (Marte Et Clypeo)
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16 posted on 11/07/2013 9:34:02 AM PST by DJ MacWoW (The Fed Gov is not one ring to rule them all)
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To: xzins
I’m done with the GOP.

That's what my buddy the rabid Mets fan used to say about his team at the end of every dismal season. But he always made sure his next season ticket order went in on time.

17 posted on 11/07/2013 9:37:17 AM PST by Zhang Fei (Let us pray that peace be now restored to the world and that God will preserve it always.)
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To: Zhang Fei

Sadly this is a big part of GOP politics. Big egos that don’t listen and are tone deaf to the voters. I had this very thing happen in my last campaign I ran, the firm hired by the SMF basically ran ads that were totally out of kilter to what would reach the voters.


18 posted on 11/07/2013 9:38:50 AM PST by Free Vulcan (Vote Republican! You can vote Democrat when you're dead...)
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To: Zhang Fei

Not to argue over politicians, but another 7 million bucks, well spent, would have made a big difference.

The advisor isn’t named, who is it and why should I believe this story?

Could this guy be one of the 4% of Republicans that voted for McAuliffe?


19 posted on 11/07/2013 9:41:36 AM PST by 1010RD (First, Do No Harm)
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To: Zhang Fei

However, The METs were an organized group with an objective.


20 posted on 11/07/2013 9:41:53 AM PST by xzins ( Retired Army Chaplain and Proud of It! Those who truly support our troops pray for victory!)
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To: Zhang Fei

I agree. Its hard not to notice that Christie is all about himself. He should’ve been walking on the beach with Romney not Obama. He should’ve been out there campaigning for Lonegan not trying to maintain a bromance with Booker from afar. I can’t think of one GOP candidate that Christie has helped and stuck his neck out for. Romney to his credit did that over and over again even for Tea Party candidates. Christie is going to find himself very lonely if he doesn’t start looking beyond himself and what’s good for him politically. His behavior to this point makes it impossible for me to even consider him. I can not support a candidate that is acting as a party of one.


21 posted on 11/07/2013 9:43:17 AM PST by Maelstorm (Obamacare is your healthcare on stupid.)
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To: Maelstorm

“But........but..........he can win.”


22 posted on 11/07/2013 9:44:09 AM PST by dfwgator
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To: Sir Napsalot
It’s not like RNC wasting money on Christie instead, is it?

Hey give the guy a break. He could consumed alot of hamburgers on the campaign trail.

23 posted on 11/07/2013 9:46:40 AM PST by McGruff (Obama lied. Period!)
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To: Zhang Fei
Are you burning a bridge by calling out those who would backstab you again when the time was right?

Tea Party Conservatives cannot depend on the Republican Party. Period.

24 posted on 11/07/2013 9:46:41 AM PST by 5thGenTexan
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Are Cuccinelli's advisors burning his political bridges and making fresh enemies by blasting away at Republicans whose help he might need for a comeback?

Why would he care. The Republicans have just joined forces with the Democrats FULLY and declared war against anyone who will not pass socialist, communist, fascist and amnesty legislation.

25 posted on 11/07/2013 9:50:02 AM PST by Lazamataz (Early 2009 to 7/21/2013 - RIP my little girl Cathy. You were the best cat ever. You will be missed.)
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To: Twotone

Sure. Blame us. Blame the people who never saw ONE mailout or heard or saw ONE ad. I heard last minute ads for E.W. Jackson and Mark Obenshain, but NEVER heard a Cuccinelli ad during the entire campaign. . . .

When most people keep hearing that Ken was EVIL INCARNATE (Literally McAuliffe and allied mailing claimed he’d outlaw all birth control, and jail women who miscarry. . . ), and zero pushback from the Cuccinelli campaign. . .


26 posted on 11/07/2013 9:50:22 AM PST by Salgak (http://catalogoftehburningstoopid.blogspot.com 100% all-natural snark !)
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To: Zhang Fei

Christie is all personality- if he were a food item he’d be a jumbo package of Sugar Babies, much like the Kenyan.


27 posted on 11/07/2013 9:52:42 AM PST by freepersup (Patrolling the waters off Free Republic one dhow at a time.)
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To: 5thGenTexan

We don’t need a third party.

WE NEED A SECOND PARTY!


28 posted on 11/07/2013 9:54:26 AM PST by dfwgator
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To: Twotone

Socialist northern Virginia gets the most blame.


29 posted on 11/07/2013 9:56:42 AM PST by opres
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To: Salgak
Sure. Blame us. Blame the people who never saw ONE mailout or heard or saw ONE ad. I heard last minute ads for E.W. Jackson and Mark Obenshain, but NEVER heard a Cuccinelli ad during the entire campaign. . . . When most people keep hearing that Ken was EVIL INCARNATE (Literally McAuliffe and allied mailing claimed he’d outlaw all birth control, and jail women who miscarry. . . ), and zero pushback from the Cuccinelli campaign. . .

I think there are a lot of conservatives who have assumed that Cuccinelli has what it takes to be a big time pol. It's quite possible that he has spent his entire career riding the political coattails of someone further up the food chain. And when he ran out of coattails to hold on to, he crashed. Just because someone shares our views doesn't mean he has political talent or charisma.

30 posted on 11/07/2013 9:57:19 AM PST by Zhang Fei (Let us pray that peace be now restored to the world and that God will preserve it always.)
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To: Zhang Fei

They are telling it like it is and it is the old RNC that needs to become extinct.


31 posted on 11/07/2013 9:58:04 AM PST by A CA Guy ( God Bless America, God Bless and keep safe our fighting men and women.)
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To: Zhang Fei
Are Cuccinelli's advisors burning his political bridges and making fresh enemies by blasting away at Republicans whose help he might need for a comeback?

He's blasting away at Republicans who were no help and won't be in the future.

If he ever wins office it will be in spite of these people.

32 posted on 11/07/2013 9:58:23 AM PST by marron
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To: Zhang Fei
Airing your dirty laundry vis-a-vis senior party figures in public burns bridges and doesn't advance your political career.

If the RNC and the RGA are pulling money on conservative candidates in winnable elections then it is certainly important to "air" the problem.

33 posted on 11/07/2013 9:59:38 AM PST by FreeReign
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To: Zhang Fei

“Cuccinelli went through trial by election, and was found wanting. Superior politicians anticipate everything, look for ways to respond effectively within their resource constraints and find a way to win. “

Are you Jindal or Preibus ?


34 posted on 11/07/2013 10:01:03 AM PST by Cyman (We have to pass it to see what's in it= definition of stool sample)
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To: Zhang Fei
I think there are a lot of conservatives who have assumed that Cuccinelli has what it takes to be a big time pol. It's quite possible that he has spent his entire career riding the political coattails of someone further up the food chain. And when he ran out of coattails to hold on to, he crashed.

You are unbelievable with your rationalizations.

Both the RNC and apparently the RGA underfunded the Cuch campaign. Please stop with the excuses.

35 posted on 11/07/2013 10:01:39 AM PST by FreeReign
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Superior politicians anticipate everything, look for ways to respond effectively within their resource constraints and find a way to win.

So he should have run as a Clinton?

You could be a spokesperson for Tokyo Rove for all we know.

36 posted on 11/07/2013 10:02:20 AM PST by itsahoot (It is not so much that history repeats, but that human nature does not change.)
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To: 5thGenTexan
The first time a member of the Virginia chamber of commerce complains about the policies of Mcawful they should be slapped in the face. They helped elect the scumbag.
37 posted on 11/07/2013 10:09:31 AM PST by peeps36 (I'm Not A Racist, I Hate Douchebags of All Colors)
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To: FreeReign
You are unbelievable with your rationalizations. Both the RNC and apparently the RGA underfunded the Cuch campaign. Please stop with the excuses.

We can go back and forth about who's making the excuses all the day long. At the end of the day, it's Cuccinelli who's returning to the private sector. McAuliffe probably got a blank check from the DGA because he is a longstanding Democratic party bigwig and had lots of favors to call in. Cuccinelli is personally a good guy and I agree with his entire political platform. But he's no Terry McAuliffe - it was always going to be tough for Cuccinelli because of McAuliffe's experience, resources and political savvy. Sleazeball he might be, but a politically-skilled sleazeball.

38 posted on 11/07/2013 10:10:12 AM PST by Zhang Fei (Let us pray that peace be now restored to the world and that God will preserve it always.)
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To: Zhang Fei
In addition to his message Reagan had a capable political organization he brought with him from California. He didn't rely on the GOP nearly as much as Cuccinelli was forced to.

That was and will be the only way for a conservative to prevail over the RINOs.

39 posted on 11/07/2013 10:12:08 AM PST by skeeter
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To: FreeReign
Quite a few GOPe trolls posting on here with these kind of articles since Tues. They are so predictable. Notice this one responded first to an article he posted.
40 posted on 11/07/2013 10:33:24 AM PST by hotsteppa
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To: itsahoot
So he should have run as a Clinton? You could be a spokesperson for Tokyo Rove for all we know.

This has nothing to do with his political positions and everything to do with how he deployed his resources. Political races don't just involve posturing over the issues of the day - it's running a massive project with a fixed deadline in November. Fundraising. What issues to emphasize. What media outlets to focus on. Reagan won not because he was conservative. He won because he knew how to work the levers. How to manipulate the media into giving him free coverage over issues that made him look good. Who to talk to. What to talk about. What not to talk about. When to talk about it. How to talk about it. The media used to hammer him for being evasive whenever he gave a stock or evasive answer to questions he perceived as paved with land mines. But that's the difference between a political genius like Reagan and someone like Cuccinelli - Reagan is like a chess grandmaster who can see ten moves ahead, whereas Cuccinelli is playing checkers.

41 posted on 11/07/2013 10:36:40 AM PST by Zhang Fei (Let us pray that peace be now restored to the world and that God will preserve it always.)
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To: xzins

A third party is coming. It’s symbol will be a flush handle.


42 posted on 11/07/2013 10:52:01 AM PST by Buckeye McFrog
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To: skeeter

I just went to RNC website and gave them a piece of my mind. Someone else on FR recommended doing so.


43 posted on 11/07/2013 10:54:44 AM PST by samsmom
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To: Zhang Fei

I don’t see how can any Tea Party conservative, who has said that he or she would NEVER vote for a “moderate” Republican, can then complain that a lack of “support” from “moderate” Republicans caused a Tea Party conservative candidate to lose an election.

Sorry... Loyalty is a two-way street. Conservatives and moderates CAN defeat Obama’s socialists — but ONLY if we work TOGETHER.

Did anyone on Cuccinelli’s staff try to persuade the Libertarian candidate to withdraw? No? THAT would have given Cuccinelli the win.

Did Cuccinelli “push back” hard on the “Tea Party war on women” charge? No?

Attempted blame-shifting is soooo Obama...


44 posted on 11/07/2013 10:55:24 AM PST by pfony1 (Add just 6 GOP Senators and we "bury" Harry)
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To: pfony1

do you really think that the Libertarian candidate, funded by an OBAMA bundler, would be subject to persuasion by Cuccinelli? on what planet?


45 posted on 11/07/2013 10:57:20 AM PST by xsmommy
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To: pfony1

freaking RON PAUL was in the state campaigning for Cuccinelli, if anyone was going to persuade Sarvis to drop out, it would have been him. i have to believe that was done by either ron or rand paul, BOTH of whom were stomping for cuccinelli.


46 posted on 11/07/2013 10:58:56 AM PST by xsmommy
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To: Zhang Fei

Funny the establishment liberals of the GOP have no problem violating the 11th commandment but that is normal with liberals, as they tell you that you must play by these asinine rules that we have established and of course they are exempt from those very same rules. And when one team plays by the rules and the other has a free hand to do as they please we know what the results will be.

What if anything does Cuccinelli owe the liberals of the GOP? They burned the bridges, not him.


47 posted on 11/07/2013 10:59:03 AM PST by sarge83
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To: sarge83
Funny the establishment liberals of the GOP have no problem violating the 11th commandment but that is normal with liberals, as they tell you that you must play by these asinine rules that we have established and of course they are exempt from those very same rules. And when one team plays by the rules and the other has a free hand to do as they please we know what the results will be. What if anything does Cuccinelli owe the liberals of the GOP? They burned the bridges, not him.

A lot of the material fed to the media about Reagan & Co being crazies came from the moderates. John Anderson, a Republican, ran as an independent just to stick it to Reagan. The Bush campaign came up with the phrase "voodoo economics". Yet Reagan held his tongue. There are a lot of things that are cathartic to do, but ultimately amount to digging a deeper hole.

48 posted on 11/07/2013 11:07:40 AM PST by Zhang Fei (Let us pray that peace be now restored to the world and that God will preserve it always.)
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To: Zhang Fei
"Are Cuccinelli's advisors burning his political bridges and making fresh enemies

"Fresh" enemies? Apparently the RNC already considers itself an enemy of Cuccinelli and conservatives everywhere.

by blasting away at Republicans whose help he might need for a comeback?"

LOL, they ditched him when he needed them most; why would anyone think they'd help him at some future date?

49 posted on 11/07/2013 11:16:32 AM PST by CatherineofAragon ((Support Christian white males----the architects of the jewel known as Western Civilization.))
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To: pfony1
Sorry... Loyalty is a two-way street. Conservatives and moderates CAN defeat Obama’s socialists — but ONLY if we work TOGETHER.

Oh brother. The conservative base has been delivering for the party for decades.

Save the 'loyalty' lecture for the "moderates". They're the ones sabotaging conservative candidates.

50 posted on 11/07/2013 11:25:22 AM PST by skeeter
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