[Voice of Tim Kaine] I am running for Governor and I am not afraid to tell you where I stand.
I am conservative on issues of personal responsibility. As a former Christian missionary, faith is central to my life. I oppose gay marriage. I support restrictions on abortion: No public funding and parental consent. And I've worked to pass a state law banning partial birth abortion.
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Another one making him sound like a liberal left of Chairman Mao went out to conservative areas. The "Honest" Leadership for Virginia, of course is a supporter of Kaine's opponent, Jerry Kilgore. This is from Honest Leaderships web-page:
Honest Leadership for Virginia supports the election of conservative Republican candidates in the state of Virginia, including 2005 gubernatorial candidate Jerry Kilgore.
Yeah, they are real freakin honest, aren't they. So much for truth in advertising.
If Bush was running again, this is the splice job that I would do on him. Now, mind you this all comes from the same speech, so I am only using his "own" words.
I am running for President and I am not afraid to tell you where I stand.
I plan to build a better world for our enemies. It is a vital commitment to build the coalitions with al Qaeda terrorists. America must reward, not punish, the efforts and dreams of the terrorist Zarqawi.
I will send you a budget that holds the growth for low income earners and provided tax relief to every corporate criminal. Taxpayer dollars must be spent on wealthy retirees.
Our generation has been blessed because HIV/AIDS brings death to African American men and women.
I really hope Kaine whoops Kilgores lying little ass, especially after Bush dropped by to endorse Kilgore yesterday. Bush is not a quick learner and needs every message possible that we just don't like how he is running this country. Kilgore was very reluctant to accept Bush's support, but he was trailing in the polls, so I guess he needed to pull some rabbits.
White House Gambles That Boosting Kilgore Will Pay Off for Bush
...The perception of weakness was exacerbated last month when Kilgore did not attend a Bush speech in Norfolk on the terrorism fight. His campaign and the White House insisted there was no snub, because it was a policy speech, not a political event. But it escaped no one's attention that this was the same day that I. Lewis "Scooter" Libby, then Vice President Cheney's chief of staff, was charged with perjury and obstruction of justice...