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McDonnell is not viable, because he's not a self-made man. He was selected and groomed by Phil Cox, a brilliant PR guy, as a tool for Cox's behind the scenes success. BTW, Cox, after getting McDonnell elected Attorney General and then Governor of VA (and making TONS of money through various political consulting firms running McDonnell's campaigns), became the Executive Director of the Republican Governor's Association. All very cozy. If you look at VA and see a success story, look to Cox, the man, not McDonnell, the mannequin.
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Joe Soptic? Meet the Obama Bus

coolfan Wrote: Aug 10, 2012 10:36 AM
Then, Joe says in the ad that his wife might have been sick for a long time. Really? Gee, Joe, how much blood was your wife coughing up with stage IV cancer and you didn't notice? The best insurance policy in the world couldn't save this poor woman by this point. And, finally, why is Joe, who has now remarried, carrying a grudge against a man he never met whose only crime was to create a company that prevented Joe from being fired in 1993? Joe's a leech. His first wife may in fact have been a victim here -- of his monstrous selfishness.
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Joe Soptic? Meet the Obama Bus

coolfan Wrote: Aug 10, 2012 10:33 AM
Joe gets no sympathy. His failing company, teetering on the verge of bankruptcy because of the cushy union benefits Joe and his colleagues demanded, should have gone out of business in 1993 if Romney's Bain Capital hadn't invested $100 Million into it. After Romney steps down to organize the Olympics, Bain Capital, now run by Obama's bundler, decides to jettison Joe's overpriced services. They offer a buy out, but Joe, feeling entitled to his job and his benefits, holds out for a better deal -- sounds a little greedy. Joe lies in the ad about health insurance -- his wife had her own policy, and lost it in 2003, four years after Romney left Bain, and two years after Obama's friend shut down Joe's job.
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