Mr. Wolf has pushed a federal commission to eliminate the deficit but without committing himself to the tax increases that are half the solution, along with limitations on entitlement program growth.

    If these words sound familiar, they should: I’ve spent much of this campaign highlighting Frank Wolf’s fiscal irresponsibility.

    But these criticisms of Frank Wolf aren’t extracted from one of my campaign mailings – they’re from the pages of the Washington Post. Several sentences after The Post’s editorial board criticizes Frank Wolf’s myopic unwillingness to face the difficult budgetary reality, they endorse his campaign.

    There are those who think that a willing departure from economic reality qualifies a 30-year incumbent for reelection, but I’m not one of them. Thousands of people across the 10th District know that we don’t have to settle for discredited ideas just because they come from someone who has been around for a long time. Thousands of people across the 10th District know that elections are about choices, and, in the next 12 days,  I’m going to do everything I can to ensure we make the right one.  


    Sign up for the Blue Virginia weekly newsletter

    Previous articleWhipple Clip Dozen: Thursday Morning
    Next articlePerriello to debate Hurt for third time tonight at 7 p.m. – Live Blog/Final Thoughts