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December 22, 2009

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Chris Obenshain

Great minds think alike. If George Allen passes on trying to get his seat back, I think Bolling would be a great choice for the US Senate. 1) He is a long-time legislator (something neither of our current Senators can say). 2) He is a solid conservative. 3) He has high name recognition and approval across the Commonwealth.

I know everyone wants to be Governor, but you are right that he could ultimately have much greater impact on our Party and the Commonwealth as a US Senator. I hope he considers it.

from a god-fearing Virginian

From a quietly prayerful and uncomplicated reading of Holy Scripture, we can say with clear simplicity that it is ungodly to work this hard to keep the poor from having health care and being healthy. Judgement will certainly be rendered by the Lord who said: "when I was sick you looked after me ... I tell you the truth, whatever you did for one of the least of these brothers of mine, you did for me ... [and] I tell you the truth, whatever you did not do for one of the least of these, you did not do for me. Then they will go away to eternal punishment" (Matthew 25.31-46 NIV). That will be a terrible day for those who oppose that the poor should have health care and be healthy.

George Templeton

I really hope George Allen doesn't run for the Senate again. He blew himself and screwed everything up as a result. He doesn't deserve a comeback in my opinion. Bolling or Cuccinelli running for Senate in 2012 would suit me.

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