Frank Wolf’s A Plutonian!

By Loudoun Insider

This was sent to me by a faithful reader:

From Northern Virginia Daily, Sept. 15, 2006:

When asked “how are you possibly going to beat Frank Wolf?” at the Frederick County Democratic Committee at Shenandoah University, Judy Feder replied, “A moment of silence for Pluto”. She said “if we can eliminate a planet, we can get rid of Frank Wolf”.

This woman is definitely in orbit – she is not playing well in the majority of the district.


  • Mack says:

    Feder’s ad is great at

    Speaking of selling out to developers, have you seen the list of contributors to Tom Davis? the list of donors including Hazel, Lerner, etc. etc.?

    I notice you are one of the few blogs not reporting Davis’s meltdown at yesterday’s debate. Are you disappointed?

  • Of course I would be disappointed if Tom Davis had a “meltdown”, but I did not see the debate.

  • Bwana says:

    I have noticed the blogs claiming a meltdown, and they all seem to blogs that are in the bag for Hurst.

  • NoVA Scout says:

    Mack: we try to keep to events that really happened. It gets too complicated if we put up posts on things that other people wish would have happened.

  • Mack says:

    I came here because I was hoping for “Fair and balanced,” to see what you guys thought. I’ll turn off the trumpet for Hurst for a moment, long eenough to say I do find this to be a blog by people with principles, with ideas you stick to for a reason for the most part. It’s not the dittohead “dissent is terrorism” that is the last vestige of those unable to think for themselves and come up with a real solution to problems. But now that you’re still silent on the debate, does that mean Davis didn’t give you much to celebrate yesterday? Or perhaps school obligations are interfering with a more Rapid Response?

  • Too Conservative says:

    She’s bonkers.

  • NoVA Scout says:


    I wish school obligations were getting in my way. That’s pretty far behind me.

    When Tom Davis handles himself well and makes me feel that my district is competently represented, it ain’t news. It’s status quo for me. Maybe that’s unfair to Davis, but if we had to shout from the rafters anytime he did a good job, we’d all be worn out by now.

    Tell us all about the “meltdown” as you perceive it, and anyone who wants to disagree or agree with your analysis is free to do so.

  • Mack says:

    Non partisan site where no one has yet suggested Davis impressed anybody. You might want to add your impressions there.

  • NoVA Scout says:

    Mack: we all have our favorites here and don’t claim to be non-partisan. I didn’t attend the debate so can’t say any more than that Davis almost always impresses me favorably. The Post account that you forward didn’t strike me as describing a Davis “meltdown.” It seems the voters have a clear choice.

  • Not Bill Tuck says:

    The Washington Post non-partisan?

    That’s a hoot!

    Since when can you reasonably call the WaPo non-partisan, especially in this election cycle?

  • t says:

    I am a conservative Republican who has found Tom Davis to be one one of the great political underachievers – indeed, one of the great failures – of our time.

  • Jean-Charles says:

    Donque, il faut que vous votiez pour Msr. Hurst…Mais fait atention…il ne va pas travailer pour les enfants!!!

    In zat case, you should vote pour Msr. Hurst..but be careful. He will no work for ze babies!!!

  • Mack says:

    WaPo nonpartisan – you’re right, they’re not. They endorsed Davis last time. It made Davis so happy, he left it up on his 2006 website, claiming it to be recent.

  • t says:

    There is nothing worse than a pro-abortion female politician. They make me sick.

  • not Bill Tuck says:

    Mack…excellent try! Now tell me the last time they endorsed a Republican in a close race, and then try to convince me about their non-partisan stance.

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