Friday, May 13, 2005

Ken Lay, or Bill Bolling?

As seen in the Washington Examiner, and on the liberal Raising Kaine , Lieutenant Governor Candidate Bill Bolling is being discussed in relation to some wrongdoings in a company he used to work at, and profit from , at the price of over 250,000 a year. Strange how all of these allegations come out on Steve Chapman, Chris Oprison, and Bill Bolling, any connection?

4 Comments:

At 5/13/2005 03:51:00 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

EXACTLY WHAT I WAS THINKING.

 
At 5/13/2005 07:36:00 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

This is devastating to Bolling. Once a powerful frontrunner, Bolling has been sliding for months. His campaign is nowhere to be seen while his opponent is setting the state on fire with new endorsements every day and SIGNS! Signs everywhere. Seems that one campaign has gotten thier crap together while the other is wandering in the woods. I'm not really losing any sleep about these accusations 'cause I really don't care what happens to Bolling but this is definately gonna hurt Kilgore! OUCH! I read the whole article and I think this will probably sink Bill Bolling's FOUR YEAR RUN for Lt. Gov. (side note: after four years of running for this office, isn't it sorta sad that he doesn't have this thing locked up? The Liberals can't wait for Bolling to be nominated.

 
At 5/13/2005 07:39:00 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

The connection appears to be that as long as there appears to be political reward for hollow sloganeering within our Party, we will attract candidates and supporters who are not as careful as they should be about their campaign practices and their personal lives. I except Oprison from this comment, but Chapman and Bolling are not the most admirable of pols, as far as I can tell. In Oprison's case, I think he has been let down by supporters who let zeal overcome palying by the rules.

 
At 5/27/2005 04:25:00 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

yes, there's a connection - they all did something wrong

 

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