Wednesday, September 29, 2010

This is why we love Congressman Wittman (R-VA-01).

Congressman Wittman gives 'em Hell.

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Friday, September 24, 2010

Spotsy GOP Press Release on the VDOT Audit

VDOT Audit Exposes Democrats’ Failure

The announcement that Governor McDonnell’s audit of VDOT revealed nearly $1 billion in unspent funds revealed the failure of the previous Administration in Richmond, Chairman Steve Thomas said today.

“The VDOT audit showed that former Governor Tim Kaine was incredibly lax in getting transportation funding out of the pipeline and onto Virginia roads,” said Thomas. “For Kaine and his fellow Democrats to demand tax increases while holding back nearly one dollar in three for roads is unconscionable. This incompetence scandal is the largest in the history of Virginia.”

Thomas noted that local Democrat politicians were also swept up in the same embarrassing tax-hike rhetoric.

“We are disappointed in the lack of creativity of local politicians like Sen. Edd Houck (D- Spotsylvania)– who repeatedly voted for tax increases in the State Senate and just last year was quoted as saying the GA better get on board with gas tax hikes – and Supervisor Hap Connors (D-Chancellor), who demanded a gas-tax hike just this week,” said Thomas. “It must be embarrassing for them to see that the largest impediment to improving our roads wasn’t the taxpayers; it was the bureaucrats. Next time, instead of reflexively pushing tax hikes and bigger government on the people of the region, perhaps they might consider finding innovative ways to make government work less costly and more efficiently.”

Another local Republican was particularly critical of Houck.

“Edd Houck’s record on taxes is over the top, even for Democrats,” noted D.J. McGuire, former Republican nominee for Supervisor in Spotsylvania. “He actually voted for thirteen different tax increases in one day.”

McGuire’s comment was a reference to June 24, 2008, when Houck voted in favor of three bills that included sixteen tax increases in total (three of which were duplicates).

“Creigh Deeds cast the same votes Houck did, and we saw what happened to him,” noted Thomas. “We look forward to the discussion with Houck and Connors, who always look to take more money from the taxpayers first and deal with waste in Richmond and the Holbert Building last.”

More information on the Spotsylvania Republican Committee can be found at, and further questions can be directed to

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Spotsylvania County looking for Board and Commission Members

Good opportunity for conservatives to get involved in County Government!

This per Dan Telvock on the Free Lance Star's website:

County seeking residents to serve on panels and committees

The Spotsylvania County Board of Supervisors is seeking applicants residing in Spotsylvania County who are interested in serving on various boards and commissions. Interested applicants should submit the following information:

§ Name

§ Residence Address

§ Phone Number/s

§ Email Address

§ Voting district of residence

§ Resume or biographical information

Applications should be submitted on or before October 15, 2010 to the attention of: Niki Dickinson, Spotsylvania County Administrator’s Office, P.O. Box 99, Spotsylvania, VA 22553.

You can email information to:, or drop your information off at the Spotsylvania County Administrator’s Office, which is located in the Holbert Building at 9104 Courthouse Road. If you have questions please call 540-507-7010.

The following County boards and commission have vacancies for persons from the specific districts as identified below:

Board of Building Code Appeals — Berkeley District position (1)

First Impressions Commission – Berkeley, Lee Hill, Salem District positions (3)

Green Government Commission – Berkeley, Livingston Districts (2)

Minority Affairs Committee – Courtland District (1)

Social Services Advisory Board – Lee Hill District (1)

Transportation Advisory Group – Battlefield, Salem Districts (2)

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Thursday, September 23, 2010

Resolution: In support of Arizona and PWC on Illegal Immigration

RESOLUTION OF THE Spotsylvania Republican Committee of Virginia

Let it be known, the Spotsylvania County Republican Committee in the great Commonwealth of Virginia, recognizes, appreciates and supports the many contributions of immigrants who migrated legally to our great nation throughout its history, and we advocate for all laws that encourage their noble dream of liberty and freedom; we therefore declare our support for the following resolution;

Whereas the United States federal government has failed to exercise its Constitutional role to enforce "an uniform Rule of Naturalization" via its refusal to enforce the law at the border,

Whereas, as described by federal law, Sec. 103. [8 U.S.C. § 1103,] “An actual or imminent mass influx of illegal aliens arriving off the coast of the United States, or near a land border, presents urgent circumstances requiring an immediate federal response” exists in the State of Arizona,

Whereas the federal government has failed to exercise its powers and duties as prescribed in laws duly passed by Congress to “control and guard the boundaries and borders of the United States against the illegal entry of aliens,” and to achieve “operational control” on the border, defined by federal law to mean “the prevention of all unlawful entries into the United States, including entries by terrorists, other unlawful aliens, instruments of terrorism, narcotics, and other contraband,”

Whereas the dangers represented by this manner of unchecked influx of illegal aliens threaten not only the lives and liberties of the citizens of Arizona, but of all other free peoples and sovereign states,

Whereas Section 274(c) of the Immigration and Nationality Act (INA), as amended in 1986, authorizes “...all other officers whose duty it is to enforce criminal laws,” to arrest persons for smuggling, harboring or transporting illegal aliens,” and that federal courts have repeatedly affirmed since 1984 that local police may inquire into immigration violations in the course of a routine stop,

Whereas numerous reports have emerged of international terrorist organizations, including but not limited to Hezbollah and Al-Qaida, taking advantage of the current lack of federal enforcement to infiltrate the United States with operatives,

Whereas the People of the State of Arizona have passed a law, Arizona SB1070, to “discourage and deter the unlawful entry and presence of aliens and economic activity by persons unlawfully present in the United States” by authorizing state resources to assist in enforcing federal law,

Whereas on April 3, 2002, Department of Justice’s Office of Legal Counsel (OFC) legal opinion, affirms state and local police officers have the inherent authority to arrest illegal aliens and transfer them to federal custody,

Whereas the State of Arizona’s law SB1070 is a Constitutional example of concurrent jurisdiction of state and federal law, is fully compliant with existing federal law and court decisions and provides for reasonable actions under probable cause and without prejudice, and

Whereas Virginia’s own Prince William County Board of Supervisors Chairman, Corey Stewart, has endorsed SB1070 and has noted that Arizona’s effort is very similar to parts of his successful efforts on the same issue in his own county,

Therefore, be it resolved that the Spotsylvania Republican Committee in the Commonwealth of Virginia

Supports the rights of the People of Arizona to protect and preserve both their liberty and the rights of all U.S. citizens, through laws such as Arizona SB1070 and all other actions, as the State of Arizona should undertake to protect the safety and property of its legal immigrants and citizens,

Supports, efforts to enact and enforce similar laws throughout Virginia to protect our citizens and pressure the federal government to meet its obligations under the Constitution and federal laws and

Thanks our Virginia Attorney General, Ken Cuccinelli, for coming to the defense of Arizona and the Commonwealth of Virginia in federal court,

Signed this day of _________________, 2010

Steven Thomas, Chairman
County Committee of the Republican Party of Spotsylvania, Virginia

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This is what a competent State Senator can do.

The statement of Sen. Mark Obenshain on the VDOT audit:

VDOT Audit Turns Up $1.45 Billion!

The results of the VDOT audit are in, and it turned up something interesting -- money.

The audit of the Virginia Department of Transportation (VDOT) turned up examples of fiscal mismanagement, of poorly allocated resources, and of inefficient practices, as expected. But I don't think anyone expected it to turn up $1.45 billion in unspent funds within the Six-Year Improvement Plan.

Wasn't it just a year and a half ago that Tim Kaine closed down the rest areas because we couldn't come up with the $9 million necessary to keep them up and running?

I've been calling for an outside performance audit for two years, and I haven't been alone in this effort. My friend and colleague Del. Todd Gilbert has been with me each step of the way, and Delegates Glenn Oder and Scott Lingamfelter have pushed external audits as well. Each time, VDOT pushed back, saying that their own routine internal audits were more than sufficient.

So much for that idea.

According to a comprehensive financial and performance audit conducted by Cherry, Bekaert and Holland, LLP, VDOT is sitting on almost a billion and a half dollars in unexpended funds even as roads went unplowed and bridges unrepaired, the Department pled poverty, and Democrats called for tax increases for transportation. This is completely unacceptable. As Governor McDonnell put it, "Money has been sitting in the state's wallet while Virginians have been sitting in traffic."

How could this happen? In a word, bureaucracy. Or, in two words, fiscal mismanagement.

Every year, roughly $230 million allocated to specific projects is unspent when those projects are canceled or become inactive, but often, rather than using the freed up monies for other transportation projects, the funds just lie in dormant accounts.

Some time back, when the federal government delayed passage of a federal transportation bill, the Commonwealth set aside $524 million as a federal revenue reserve so that all projects would not grind to a halt should federal funding dry up. That may have been a prudent move at the time, but we have a transportation bill now, yet over half a billion dollars remained off limits, essentially forgotten.

Of course, it makes sense to set aside money for a rainy day, which is why Virginia has a separate reserve fund of long standing as well. But whereas most states maintain a sixty day reserve, Virginia's covers five and a half months, and hasn't been touched. That's hard to justify when essential transportation projects are being put on hold. What's a reserve fund for, if not for times like these? Virginia will now be moving into line with other states, drawing down to a sixty day reserve.

Finally, we have at least $400 million in unused toll credits, which is just money going to waste. These toll credits are not cash, but they may be the next best thing. Normally, when the federal government provides transportation funding, Virginia must make a 20% match. These accrued credits, however, can be used instead - and we haven't been doing it. For several years, Virginia has been paying the federal government when it could have been simply cashing in its toll credits.

All told, we're talking about $1.45 billion in money we essentially didn't know we had, in a Department with a $3.3 billion annual budget. That's great news, but the fact that it took an audit to tell VDOT that this money existed and could be redeployed is utterly unacceptable.

Thankfully, the McDonnell administration agrees, and his Secretary of Transportation, Sean Connaughton, is working to implement the fifty recommendations in the newly available audit so that we never have a repeat of this fiscal mismanagement. Full implementation of a remedial action plan is anticipated within forty-five days, and it can't come a moment too soon.

Incredibly, $877 million was left unspent during the last two years, and six months into Fiscal Year 2010, we had only obligated a mere 5% of the federal transportation dollars available to us under the stimulus package, a delay I called inexcusable at the time. And I had no idea-no one did-how far behind we truly were. Like the Governor said, Virginians are sitting in traffic while this money sits in the government's coffers, but that is about to change, and another $800-900 million will be committed to specific projects by the end of the year.

We need to do this right. We can't go on an indiscriminate spending spree because we found money we didn't know we had, and we should never push money out the door just because it's available. We owe the taxpayers a far more prudent policy than that.

But the projects aren't hard to find. Anyone who has spent any time on Virginia's roads know that maintenance projects have suffered and new construction is sorely needed. The results of this audit provide a way forward, not just identifying some crucial funds for the present, but charting a more prudent path for the future.

This isn't the end by any stretch of the imagination. I believe that more work remains to be done in fully accounting for operational practices within VDOT, as this was more of a financial than a performance audit, though it does provided many useful recommendations in both areas. This is, however, a huge step forward.

An outside audit of VDOT was a long time in coming, but the real challenge is ahead. It's time to make VDOT more efficient, more cost-effective, and more accountable. And now we have a roadmap.

With best regards,

Mark D. Obenshain
Virginia State Senator

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VDOT audit finds nearly $1 billion stuck in the pipeline

Yes, that's billion . . . with a "b" (Richmond Times-Dispatch):

The Virginia Department of Transportation left more than $900 million in maintenance funds unspent over the last two fiscal years because of "burdensome internal processes and financial controls," an independent audit of the state highway department shows.

The audit by the Richmond-based accounting firm of Cherry Bekaert & Holland found that about $390 million went unspent in fiscal 2009 and $529 million in fiscal 2010.

Total unspent balance: $919 million - or nearly 30% of VDOT's entire annual budget (VA DOB).

This comes, of course, as Kaine was closing down rest stops and screaming for tax increases - ostensibly for roads.

Meanwhile, as the RTD story makes clear, most of the backlog was during the Kaine years.

According to Transportation Secretary Sean Connaughton, the Six-Year road plan could get a extra $1.5 billion (the above money included) as a result of what was found in the audit.

Cross-posted to VV and RWL

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Monday, September 20, 2010

Wittman fundraiser with Congressman Ryan Tuesday, September 21!

Reminder: Sept. 23 Spotsy GOP meeting

Don't forget about the meeting to be held on Thursday, September 23, 2010 at the Salem Church Library, 2607 Salem Church Road, Fredericksburg, Virginia at 7:30 pm.
Also, Tuesday (tomorrow) September 21, Rob Wittman is having a fundraiser with Congressman Paul Ryan:

Join Congressmen Rob Wittman and Paul Ryan For Lunch
We cordially invite you to a luncheon honoring
Congressman Rob Wittman
With Special Guest Congressman Paul Ryan
Ranking Member, House Committee on the Budget

Date:Tuesday, September 21, 2010

Time: 12:30 PM
Doors open at 12 Noon

Location: Fredericksburg Square,
525 Caroline Street, Fredericksburg, Virginia 22401

Cost: $75 per ticket

Sponsorship levels available

RSVP to Kate Maxwell at (804)937-3299 or

Authorized by Rob Wittman for Congress

Don't forget also that we have a fundraiser October 2 for Rob Wittman at the Stubers' home, and that the Wittman campaign needs phone callers and door-knockers this weekend! Stop by their HQ in Falmouth to help sweep Rob to victory!

Finally, we have been updating our "On the Spot" blog on the website frequently. Make sure to check it out each week!

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Wednesday, September 15, 2010

Help Keith Fimian Defeat Liberal Gerry Connolly in Fairfax by Donating THIS WEEK to Their $50k Money Bomb. Yes YOU!

On Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday of this week we are asking you to be a part of the 50K to Take the Hill money bomb. What is a money bomb? Lots of donations in a short amount of time for a specific cause... that's it.

Career politicians have taken over Congress. They’re serving special interests instead of their constituents. Their agenda consists of massive tax increases, exploding federal spending, and complete disregard for the concerns of the American people.

Fairfax County Congressman Gerry Connolly is a Washington liberal who rubber stamps Nancy Pelosi’s agenda 97 percent of the time.

Are you ready to fight back? Are you ready to stand up and demand that the politicians start looking out for you instead of special interests? We are!

Add your name to the list of activists who support Taking the Hill by donating today. All income benefits Keith Fimian for U.S. Congress.

Encourage your friends to help Take the Hill by clicking here to share, or sending a Tweet.

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Monday, September 13, 2010

Bryce Reeves Appointed by Governor McDonnell to VA Military Advisory Council

September 10, 2010
Contact: Stacey Johnson
Phone: (804) 225-4260
E-mail: Stacey.Johnson@Governor.Virginia.Gov

Governor McDonnell Announces Additional Board Appointments

RICHMOND - Governor Bob McDonnell today announced appointments to five Virginia boards and commissions. Additionally, he announced the chairman of the Board of the Directors of the Virginia Resources Authority.
Further announcements regarding additional appointments in the McDonnell Administration will continue to be made in the months ahead.

Board Appointments

Board of Directors of the Virginia Resources Authority (Chairman)

· William G. O’Brien of Port Republic, Retired Rockingham County Administrator

Board of Nursing

· Louise D. Hartz of Richmond, Community Volunteer

Commonwealth Transportation Board
· W. Sheppard Miller, III of Norfolk, Chairman of KITCO Fiber Optics

· Allen L. Louderback of Luray, President of Louderback Enterprises, LLC

· Hollis D. Ellis of Chesapeake, President of CAE, Inc.

Criminal Justice Service Board

· Carol D. Adams of Richmond, Sergeant with the Richmond Police Department

· Jeffrey S. Brown of Disputanta, Chief of Police for Christopher Newport University

· Ted Byrd of Harrisonburg, Member of Harrisonburg City Council and Manager of Ad Infiniteum Farm

· Charles E. Ciccotti of Portsmouth, President and Chief Executive Officer of Ciccotti Enterprises, Inc.

· Rick Clark of Hillsville, Chief of Police for Galax Police Department

· Matthew P. Geary of Richmond, Partner-Chucker & Reibach

· The Honorable Charles Jett of Fredericksburg, Sheriff -Stafford County

· Colonel David M. Rohrer of Reston, Chief of Police for Fairfax County Police Department

· Bobby D. Russell of Roanoke, Superintendent for Western Virginia Regional Jail

· Debbie Smith of Charles City, Founder of H.E.A.R.T “Hope Exists After Rape Trauma”

· Pastor Aaron Wheeler, Sr., Emeritus of Chesapeake, President of the Aaron Wheeler Group

Virginia Military Advisory Council

· Rear Admiral Donald P. Loren United States Navy (Ret.) of Alexandria, Special Assistant for National Security- The Tauri Group

· Norma Oller Magpoc, M.D. of Virginia Beach, Retired Colonel, United States Army

· Bryce E. Reeves of Spotsylvania, President of Bryce Reeves Insurance & Financial Services

· Major General John D. Taylor of Skippers, Commanding General of the Virginia Defense Force within the Virginia Department of Military Affairs

Virginia Public School Authority Board of Commissioners
· Ben Loyola of Virginia Beach, President and Chief Executive Officer of Loyola Enterprises

· Brenda L. Skidmore* of Richmond, Senior Vice-President, Government and Regulatory Affairs at SunTrust Bank
*Denotes re-appointment

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Cantor reiterates opposition to tax hikes

Date: September 13, 2010 Contact: Michael Lowry

Office: (804) 358-6160 Cell: (804) 928-1655

Congressman Eric Cantor Reaffirms His Opposition to ANY Tax Increases

Richmond, VA – Congressman Eric Cantor today released the following statement addressing his opposition to the Obama-Pelosi tax increases that are scheduled to take effect on January 1:

“I will do everything in my power to stop President Obama and Speaker Pelosi from raising taxes on working families, small business people, and investors. Raising taxes in this environment is a non-starter for me and millions of American small business people who are struggling to keep the lights on and meet their payroll obligations.

"Despite the clear efforts by President Obama and Speaker Pelosi to increase taxes on hard working Americans, there is ample evidence that a bipartisan majority of the House would support a clean bill to ensure that no American faces a tax increase in this difficult economic environment. I am calling on Speaker Pelosi and President Obama to allow all members of the House – Republican and Democrat – to vote on legislation that would prevent tax increases for every American."

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Official Call for September 23 meeting

I, Steven Thomas, do hereby issue a call for a meeting of the County Committee of the Republican Party of Spotsylvania, Virginia to be held on Thursday, September 23, 2010 at the Salem Church Library, 2607 Salem Church Road, Fredericksburg, Virginia at 7:30 pm.
The Committee shall have the meeting space from 7:00 pm to 7:30 pm for the purpose of non-official announcements and fellowship.

The updated agenda shall be:

1. Call to Order (7:30)
2. Invocation
3. Pledge of Allegiance
4. Republican Creed
5. Roll Call of 2010 Membership
6. Treasurer's Report
7. New Business:
A. Speaker: Stephen McCullough, Senior Appellate Counsel, Attorney General's office
B. Action item: Precinct preparations for November election
C. Action item: Letters to the Editor campaign

8. Old Business- Resolution supporting Arizona's immigration laws
9. Adjournment (8:30)

Steve Thomas
Spotsylvania Republican Committee

Get out your calendars!
September 23, 7 pm, Salem Church Library. Spotsy GOP monthly meeting. Agenda: 2010 elections and speakers!

October 2, 12 pm, Robert and Karen Stuber's Home. Oktoberfest Fundraiser for Congressman Rob Wittman!

October 2, 3 pm, Snagajob Pavilion, Glen Allen, VA. Eric Cantor's 7th District Republican Roundup


Friday, September 10, 2010

"It will make national news"

That's how Transportation Secretary Sean Connaughton described the upcoming report on VDOT - and he didn't mean it in a good way (WTOP via Tertium Quids):
"I will just tell you that in two weeks when we announce (the audit), it will make national news as to what we found," Connaughton said during a business event in Northern Virginia Wednesday.

"The biggest issue we are looking at is financial management -- money that was in the pipeline. We had some indications that we were facing some challenges when we took office, and the auditors confirmed that those concerns were valid."

Without spelling out the specifics of the audit, Connaughton talked about personnel and policy changes that are on the way.

"We are going to be making some major changes in how we do business -- particularly at VDOT," he says.
In other words, as now-Senator Mark Warner and now-DNC Chair Tim Kaine were both screaming for higher taxes "for roads," the folks they entrusted to put down the asphalt had so much trouble watching the money they actually had that it will reverberate from coast to coast.

The audit report is scheduled to be released on the 22nd.

Cross-posted to Right-wing liberal and Virginia Virtucon

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Monday, September 6, 2010

Wittman "Oktoberfest" Fundraiser in Spotsy!

You are invited!

Oktoberfest in Spotsylvania

Join Congressman Rob Wittman
for Chili, and some of our region's finest beverages!

Saturday, October 2, Noon - 2:00 PM
11401 Little Bay Harbor Way
Spotsylvania, VA 22551

To RSVP, please mail this form with your credit card donation or personal check made payable to "Wittman for Congress" to P.O. Box 999, Montross, VA 22520. For more information, contact Karen Stuber at (540) 972-4439 or

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BIG September/October events!

Spotsy GOP members:

Many of you always ask me: "I'm concerned about our country and want to do something". Well, this Fall gives you plenty of chances to GET INVOLVED and make a difference right here in Spotsylvania! Below is a rundown of what's going on this September and October:

September 8, 6:30 pm, Jimmy the Greek's (Stafford): Virginia Faith and Freedom Coalition "Freedom Forum".

There is no cost for the Breakfast. Please feel free to bring friends, family and members of your congregation who may benefit from our Forum. Please RSVP to

Jimmy the Greek
225 Garrisonville Rd
Stafford, VA 22555

September 10, 5:30 pm, Greater Richmond Convention Center: Republican Party of Virginia's "Commonwealth Gala".

Register today for the Republican Party of Virginia 2010 Commonwealth Gala, featuring Governor Bob McDonnell, Attorney General Ken Cuccinelli and Speaker of the House Bill Howell! Tickets are only $50 per person, so RSVP today to ensure your seat at this event! The general reception starts at 5:45 PM in the lobby and the dinner will begin at 6:30 PM. Visit for all the details and to register today!

September 23, 7 pm, Salem Church Library: Spotsy GOP Monthly Meeting.

This month's meeting will feature important speakers from a local and state level talking about what they are doing to represent us. Not to be missed!

October 2, 12 pm, Robert and Karen Stuber's home: Rob Wittman "Oktoberfest" Fundraiser!

Help Rob Wittman beat Krystal Ball and her Nancy Pelosi-supporting agenda in November! Rob will be there to meet us for this informal and festive fundraiser. For more information, contact Karen Stuber at (540) 972-4439 or

October 2, 3 pm, Snagajob Pavilion, Glen Allen, VA: 7th Congressional District Republican Roundup

This annual FREE family event featuring Congressman Eric Cantor will feature live music, picnic fare, cotton candy, a climbing wall, beer and wine, popcorn, and a chance to talk things over with Spotsylvania's 7th District rep and future House Majority Leader Eric Cantor!

Visit to register!

We also need volunteers to help write Letters to the Editor, hang signs for Eric Cantor and Rob Wittman, door knock and make phone calls. If you're interested, just reply to this email.

See you this month!

Steve Thomas
Spotsylvania Republican Committee

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