Moral truths, $ millions, undergird political elections

Virginia governor’s race a glaring reminder of Arizona’s 2010 Hayworth/McCain U.S. Senate race

Michael Voris accurately dissects last weeks’ Virginia governor’s election where conservative Republican Attorney General Ken Cuccinelli lost to Democrat Party insider Terry McAuliffe by a razor thin margin.

Regardless of your personal faith, the truths frustrated though devout Catholic Voris asserts — such as seen here in the spot-on Satan, Winning Elections are relevant to all equally frustrated political conservatives, whether faith-based or not.  ChurchMilitant.TV is an eye-opener. We’ve posted his videos previously.

Voris’ terminology pulls no punches. As an example he refers to “Party of Death victor” McAuliffe “as supporting sodomy as a form of marriage and the killing of pre-born infants as a form of birth control.”  You can’t get less ambiguous than that.

Other factors in the Virginia race:

Terry McAuliffe, a former DNC Chair, who has boasted he has 18,632 names on his Rolodex, raised about $34 million to Ken Cuccinelli’s $20 million, according to the money-tracking Virginia Public Access Project.  Political observers reported the race had become  a referendum on intensifying voter dissatisfaction with Obamacare and was closing in Cuccinelli’s favor. With a few days more, he likely would have won.

Libertarian Robert Sarvis siphoned off 7 percent of the vote. Third party candidates don’t win, but they can throw elections south

McAuliffe outspent Cuccinelli 10-to-1 on television ad buys in the final weeks of the campaign, the Access Project said.  Arizona’s 2010  senate race between far-left colluding RINO John McCain and conservative challenger J.D. Hayworth clearly displayed the race changing abilities of an infusion of millions of dollars by a fearful candidate.

In a post-election report (John McCain defeats J.D. Hayworth, Aug. 24, 2010) by the Arizona Republic’s Dan Nowicki we found these eerily prophetic and accurate words: “McCain flatly rejected the narrative that he changed or reinvented himself in order to win his primary race, telling The Republic that the McCain who may return to the Senate for a fifth term is “the same guy who left it, the same guy it’s always been.”

“I do not buy the storyline that I have changed,” McCain was quoted. “I will be the same guy that I have always been.”



11 Responses to Moral truths, $ millions, undergird political elections

  1. Arizona Conservative Guy says:

    John McCain has name recognition among AZ newcomers who are unfamiliar with other candidates. Senior citizens who have bought into his self aggrandizement tales are also disproportionately in his pocket. When Hayworth first entered the race, they two were in a statistical dead heat, which frightened McCain and his strategists, fearful of seeing him taken out as his liberal Wisconsin Sen. pal Russ Feingold ultimately was.

    Finding a self respecting conservative who admires this phony would be a tough assignment. This post omitted the fact that among the millions McCain sunk into his 2010 campaign were funds left over from this failed attempt at the presidency. If you like McCain, stick around for the repeat performance with Jeff McFlake. The time to begin ousting him is NOW. We need a strong conservative who can articulate our message, stay on point and has the ability to generate the big bucks necessary to unseat an entrenched incumbent. As we witnessed when conservative businessman Wil Cardon rose up to the task, he was brutalized by the establishment hacks and their surrogates. Club for Growth was the worst, running back to back commercials filled with distortions and outright lies.

    • Attila The Hunny says:

      Right, ACG. And McCain outspent Hayworth by approximately the same 10 to 1 ratio. A huge chunk of that came from the matching funds left from his barely on life support 2008 WH run, where he shamefully conducted himself as an Obama supporter rather than foe.

    • ZOO says:

      ACG, McCain also had a ‘slush fund’ nest egg left over from his 2004 re-election campaign, IMO. He seemingly didn’t spend a penny – not even on cheap roadside placards. This assumes the substantial 2004 overage was not magically appropriated to his 2008 presidential run via ‘creative accounting.’

      And speaking of roadside ads, I decided to assist his 2004 campaign by putting up my own cardboard signage on a roadside traffic island near my home. It read: “SUPPORT FRAUD – RE-ELECT JOHN McCAIN.” It survived less than two hours before it’s wooden support pole was snapped in half by a commuting member of the McMafia. I should’ve used titanium.

      • eubykdisop says:

        And tell us, ZOO, what sort of sign you would put up for Randy Pullen, should he seek office? You have stated that if it were Pullen, Sepulveda and Democrats that you would back Pullen, even though Pullen actively supported and promoted Brewer’s “encroachment of socialism” with her Medicaid expansion. Consider this for you sign:


        That would seem to fit with your Liberal brand of “conservatism”.

  2. eubykdisop says:

    Does Satan exist?

    “Be sober, be vigilant, because your adversary the devil walketh about as a roaring lion, seeking whom he may devour.” 1 Peter 5:8

    Can Satan take on physical form?

    “Once, a friar called Saint Leutfridus from his cell to tell him that the devil was appearing in the chapel. Recognizing his old enemy, the saint ran to the Chapel and made the sign of the cross over the doors and windows, which closed, blocking all the exits.”

    “Wisely, he captured the devil first, so that he could not get away.”

    “Advancing towards the devil, the saint furiously beat him. The devil wanted to flee, but all the exits were blocked. Normally, he could have instantly left the body he had taken up, but apparently he had not permission to do so. God wanted to humiliate him further under Saint Leutfridus’ blows.”

    Can Satan take on physical form and attack, as well as being attacked?

    “Attacks by the devil:”

    “….Today I thought I was to be entirely free from that nauseous animal, and instead he has knocked me about greatly. I had gone to bed with the full intention of sleeping, but it turned out otherwise. He began to beat me with such blows that I feared I would die. He was in the shape of a big black dog, and he put his “paws” on my shoulders, hurting me greatly. I felt it so much in all my bones that I thought that they were broken. Also, when I was taking holy water he wrenched my arm so violently that I fell to the floor from the pain. The bone was dislocated, but went back into place because Jesus touched it for me, and all was remedied.” – St Gemma Galgani, 1878-1903

    For the most part, however, as the old saying goes, “The devil is a gentleman!” Lest violence cause us to flee from him, he sweetly seduces.

    As regards Cuccinelli and the election, Satan works through men in many ways:

    “Evidence of Widespread Voter Fraud Found in Virginia Governor’s Race”

  3. Delilah says:

    In 2010 Deakin refused to get out the race, he was mad he thought he could defeat McCain if JD was not in. I am still laughing. But worse was the horrible wife and her horrible mouth.

    • PC says:

      Deakin lived in the old legislative district 6 and so he and his inflated ego showed up at many of the district meetings. He was merely stupid. Adonia, his charmer of a wife was coarse and vile. Encountering a couple like the Deakins made you hope they were barren. What a gene pool!

  4. LEO IN TSN says:

    McAmnesty and McFlake both used the Marxist playbook in their primary campaigns, with funding help from all of the “establishment” Republican egos. They overwhelmed their conservative opponents with media campaigns of lies to capture the minds of the low information voters. Then they and their supporters recruited unknown useful idiots to run in the primary to siphon votes from the real conservatives.

    Fast forward to Virginia, where the dimocrat machine recruited and funded the campaign of the supposed Libertarian candidate, to split the Cuccinelli vote. Jarvis was exposed in the last days of the campaign as a faux Libertarian, funded by the dimocrats. Rand Paul went to Virginia to help expose him, but the state LPers didn’t get it, like they just never do.

    It was also shown that the “establishment” RNC fatcats abandoned Cuccinelli because he was too conservative – a Tea Party favorite. Staffers of RINO Mitch McMcConnell, the Senate Minority Leader, were working on McAuliffe’s campaign, and the RNC closed its wallet to Cuccinelli. They made sure a conservative couldn’t win.

    This plan will continue to work well in AZ, with the new, expanded AZ GOP cabal. Just ask Robert McGraham. Conservatives will have to wear out the shoe leather to get the truth out.

    God bless America.

    • Jake says:

      I could not agree more. It is of a great assistance when you are able to select the candidate that will oppose you in the election.

  5. BrandonH says:

    SoCon idiocy costs us another election. This wing of the Party needs to get out of politics and focus on the Ministry if they feel that is their calling.

    Seriously, an Attorney General trying to get sodomy laws back on the books? Outlawing abortion even in cases of rape? This the fringe and is closer to Sharia law.

    I’m convinced SoCons are closet liberals that purposely throw elections to Democrats.