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Georgia Alvis-Long: Scandal?

 

Published Monday, Jun. 17, 2013, 9:54 pm
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cuccinelli-header2The recent “scandal” that Terry McAuliffe and his trial lawyer cronies have concocted regarding the Attorney General’s office is the intellectual equivalent of throwing a party and no one showing up.

In a disingenuous attempt to dodge blame for throwing their clients and the rest ofVirginia under the bus, a group of attorneys and their bought-and-paid-for Democrat political allies, have accused the attorney general of misconduct. What kind of misconduct, you ask? Well, in this case they are upset that the attorney general’s office provided guidance to a gas company concerning a state law that the plaintiffs’ attorneys were trying to overturn. Or what the rest of us would call… doing their job.

Apparently the lawyers for the plaintiffs were more concerned with attempting to win a singular case than with preserving laws that have been put in place to protect all Virginians. But that’s the thing with liberals like McAuliffe and company: they only seem to be concerned with observing the law when it suits their purposes. For all other problems they have wiretaps and the IRS.

Letter from Georgia Alvis-Long/Augusta County



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