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"Whereas loyal Republicans through out [sic] the Commonwealth of Virginia view the treachery and perfidy of H. Russell Potts, Jr., with dismay and anger, and ... therefore ...

"Be it resolved that the Chesterfield County Republican Committee finds H. Russell Potts, Jr., to be a man devoid of honor, truthfulness, and any sense whatsoever of duty, whose words, deeds, and multifold deceptions embarrass the all [sic] Republicans everywhere and stain the good name of the Republican Party. ...

"Be it resolved that the Chesterfield County Republican Committee calls on all Virginians to withhold all support of any kind from H. Russell Potts, Jr."



This rivals the "Survivor I" version, a homage to Susan Hawk's final, infamous speech to Kelly Wigglesworth:



Whereas "the game went along, and the two tribes merged, you lied to me, and showed me the true person you were. You're very two-faced and manipulative to get where you're at anywhere in life, that's why you fail all the time. ..."

Therefore, Be it resolved that "if I were ever to pass you in this life again, and you were laying there, dying of thirst, I would not give you a drink of water. I'd just let the vultures take you, and do whatever they want with you, with no ill regrets." — Jason Roop



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