G Ashleigh Moody III 
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Re: “Splitting the Plank

A very well reported and informative article! Thanks. Ms. Radtke was NOT aware of the political activist surrounding Ex. George Allen. That's a fact as I was standing with her when a reporter asked her if she knew about any groups following Allen. And so what in any case? Last time I checked, America was a free country, and "freedom of speech" is still legal....at least so far! The Shad Planking is a political event! As for Ex. George Allen being "flagged", he was getting just what he asked for from the political activist! During his last campaign, that he lost, Allen publicly bad mouthed the Confederate soldier's flag as bad thing. Obviously Allen does not have any family from Virginia!! Allen's anti-flag speech was to a group who would probably not vote for him in any case. Did Allen use the flag to wipe some of the "macaca" ("foot in his mouth") off his boots? Many of the 4000 Sons of Confederate Veterans and their families in Virginia thought he did, and Allen stood by his comments. So it is not hard to figure why George Allen lost by the numbers he did in the last election. In any case, he most likely will not get those native Virginia votes again this time. Beyond any flag issue, I'd recommend that voters check Allen's votes on spending, and his votes on the National Debt increases along with his other voting records in Congress before they vote this year. I believe Allen is part of the reason that America is in the bad financial shape it is today! Again, check the "National Debt Clock" and check Allen's voting record! I feel voters in Virginia have a better choice today >>>> http://radtkeforsenate.com/

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Posted by G Ashleigh Moody III on 04/26/2012 at 10:15 PM

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