A former local Democratic Party boss is asking for a judge to redraw Virginia's new political boundaries.
Wednesday, November 30, 2011
Thursday, September 29, 2011
Karl Rove, former advisor to President George W. Bush, said that the next presidential election will hinge on President Obama's handling of the economy and healthcare reform.
Karl Rove came to Fredericksburg blasting Barack Obama's domestic policies, singling out the president's handling of the economy and healthcare reform for particular emphasis. He also weighed in on the 2012 presidential race, saying with a grain of salt that the Republican nomination would fall to Mitt Romney or Rick Perry and that Obama's reelection hinges on the economy. He also hard particular words for former Alaska governor and vice presidential candidate Sarah Palin, seeming baffled by her waffling on a presidential run. "I can't figure her out," said Rove. "You go to Iowa all the time, you have your movie premier in Iowa, you release your book in Iowa…I think I'd say to her: do you really think the rules don't apply to you? If you…