Thursday, December 8, 2011

Cuccinelli - Virginia's Next ALEC Governor?????

The first and formeost thing that every reader must remember is that there is no such thing as a "former member" of the American Legislative Exchange Council (ALEC).

If you were a member - it is kind of like signing dictator Grover Norquists "No New Tax Pledge", you have made a lifetime commitment.

You NEVER can be a "former member" - You are an ALEC Alumni!!!! 
(I suppose you could be a "former member" - but you would first have to undergo intensive and longterm cult deprogramming.)

As an ALEC Alumni you have graduated from the ALEC 501c3 educational process and you have been thoroughly conditioned, indoctrinated, and brainwashed  in the ALEC way of doing things - -Pro-business legilsation and policies.

There is no such thing as a former member - remember that.  Anyone who belonged to ALEC believes in the free market philosophy of the Koch brothers and can not be unindoctrinated from the ALEC cult. 

REMEMBER - If they didn't believe in the ALEC philosophies and platforms - they would have never joined ALEC in the first place.

Having said that....

HOT SPRINGS, Va. — Hundreds of Virginia Republicans gathered over the weekend at the posh Homestead resort for their annual retreat, with the talk being dominated by an unexpected topic: the 2013 gubernatorial race and last week’s surprise entry by Attorney General Kenneth T. Cuccinelli II.
Mr. Cuccinelli’s bombshell announcement that he would challenge Lt. Gov. Bill Bolling left Virginia Republicans and Bolling supporters here wondering how the lieutenant governor would handle the issue

Having brought that to your attention - you should note
Source:  InsideALEC; May 2008 - page 12 - Member News Section

Sensing an opportunity, Virginia State Sen. Ken Cuccinelli (an ALEC member) sent an open letter to all Maryland computer services companies to “personally invite you to relocate your business to the Commonwealth of Virginia.” He added “Virginia has consistently been rated one of the most business-friendly states in the nation.”

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