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Tea Party Candidate Rips Barbara Comstock for Skipping Debates, Voting Obama: “Barbara, You Lie!”


Virginia 10th CD Republican candidate Rob Wasinger rips Barbara Comstock. Definitely time for more popcorn – hot buttered, at that! 🙂

It’s no surprise, at least not to my fellow candidates up here, that there’s someone missing today. Barbara Comstock has skipped virtually all Tea Party and conservative events, and she hasn’t been telling you the truth about who she is. Last week, as Howie mentioned, it was revealed that she voted for President Barack Obama during the 2008 primary. At the time, she explained it away, saying it was part of Rush Limbaugh’s “Operation Chaos.”

The only problem with that explanation is, it’s not true. In reality, Rush Limbaugh’s plan was to vote for Hillary and he launched it after Virginia’s primary. Comstock got both the intent and the date wrong in her coverup to explain why she’d support one of the most liberal presidents in history. In the immortal words of Congressman Joe Wilson, Barbara, you lie!

P.S. In other Comstock-related news, earlier today, she announced that she’d raised $761,354 in the first quarter of 2014. Sounds pretty good, except for a couple things. First, she spent a good chunk of that money, ending up with just $520,000 cash on hand. Second, it’s even more underwhelming when you consider that Comstock is backed by the likes of Mitt Romney, Newt Gingrich, Karl Rove, Tom Delay, John Bolton, and a whole host of old, rich GOP men (plus hate radio hosts like Mark Levin and extremist organizations like “Americans for Propserity” – yes, that’s how Comstock’s campaign misspelled it on her website – with apparently nothing better to do than raise money for her. This is going to be a fun campaign. 🙂


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