Thanks TC!

By Too Conservative

Campaigns and Elections magazine today named me the youngest of the political “Rising Star” class of 2012.

They profiled my history in NOVA with Congressman Davis and TooConservative.

I am very grateful and it seems like yesterday I was 15 years old starting the site. Wow how things change!

Here’s a snippet:

Vincent Harris’ first political gig wasn’t a glamorous one. As a high school student in Northern Virginia, he would accompany former Rep. Tom Davis (R-Va.) to parades—Harris was the guy who walked next to the congressman wearing an elephant costume. “I’d actually skip school to go to those parades with him dressed up as an elephant,” Harris recalls. Thankfully, his career has been on a steady rise ever since.

Harris launched a blog,, which gained a following in Northern Virginia. At the age of 18, he decided to weigh in on the 2008 presidential race, endorsing Mike Huckabee long before anyone was paying attention to the former Arkansas governor.

The full profile here


  • Liberal Anthropologist says:

    Thank you for creating this forum. You should definitely be proud.

  • BlackOut says:

    Congrats Vince. Thanks for the forum over all these years.

  • The Bully Forum says:

    This should be called the LOUDOUN BULLY PULPIT not too conservative. Pat yourself on the back for being recognized for being a bully pulpit. Thanks to the real bully here Loudoun Insider. What a jerk!

  • Bully with another example of the depth of analysis and intellect of the anti-LI crowd.

  • Loudoun Insider says:

    Sound like Ken Reid again, doesn’t it?

    Unfortunately, the Loudoun Conservatives blog already goes by “Loudoun Bully Pulpit”. You really should check it out – it’s written by real conservatives not the right wing liberal hypocrites that dominate the LCRC:

  • Loudoun Insider says:

    And congratulations to Vincent – well deserved.

  • BlackOut says:

    It would be a dishonor to your integrity LI if your major detractors didn’t consider you a bully. “Bully, Bully”.

  • Susan Falconer says:

    Who drove that elephant to the parade?

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