Twitchy highlights a tweet send out on Senator Mark Warner's feed - which was deleted after 26 seconds.
But that wasn't fast enough.
Maybe if the Senator and his staff spent more time shoveling the walk and less with bad tweets.
NRO's Jim Geraghty bids farewell to Bob McDonnell's troubled tenure. We’ve become blasé about governors and presidents inviting donors to stay in their mansions or the Lincoln Bedroom. But the Commonwealth of Virginia does not provide its governor a mansion so that he can help donors sell their products.
Bearing Drift continues to offer lessons from the past election.
If your lesson is "blame Cuccinelli," it might not help next time. I’m sure you’re ready to ask me why, if Ken got so much right, he still lost. My answer to that is simple: I don’t think anybody on our side could have won this year. Not Bolling, not McDonnell, not George Allen, not anybody else we could have nominated. Think about it this way – the Democrats nominated their weakest gubernatorial candidate in pretty much forever and he still won. There was something more than just campaign tactics at work here against us.
Bearing Drift features a lengthy list of reasons and myths on the past election.
And leaves some fine parting words. Be bold. Stand up for what you believe. Don’t worry about what the left says. Never defend. Always attack. Keep control of the agenda. Save your money for the end.
Bearing Drift asks the obvious question - why not Ken Cuccinelli to run for Senate next year?
Main reason - Who else you got?
Democratic incumbents running in 2014 are in a panic over the troubled rollout of Obamacare.
The original Obamacare fighter keeps looking better as Obamacare looks worse. Virginia Virtucon joins the club. Cuccinelli can argue that Obamacare is hurting the economy and destroying full-time job opportunities as a means to hammer Warner on jobs and his failure to do anything significant in the Senate. No wonder Warner was part of the meeting of 16 Democrat U.S. Senators who are up for reelection next year to visit the White House yesterday to talk about the problems with Obamacare.