The Dillard Doctrine

Urban Conservative Commentary on Politics & Life

Statement on Election Day 2010

Last night, voters across Virginia and the nation sent a resounding message to President Obama, Nacy Pelosi, and the Democratic Party that aggressive liberalism is not the ideolgy we choose to be governed under.

From Scott Rigell’s victory in my home area of Hampton Roads to those of other Republican and Tea Party-supposted candidates nationwide, the will of the people is clear-no more bailouts, no more excessive spending on failed government programs, and no further encroachments on our rights and liberties as a free people.

Especially notable are the victories of Allen West and Tim Scott, Nikki Haley, and Marco Rubio. Their victories serve notice that the Republican Party is well on its way to showing itself as the party of inclusion that I know it to be. 

Republicans have the majority, not a free pass. Virginia’s motto-sic semper tyrannis-gives no alliegance to political party, and last night’s results are an echo of that motto. Democrats who have tread on our freedoms and wallets have been removed via the electoral process; Republicans can expect the same result in 2012 if they do the same.

Coby W. Dillard 

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Written by Coby Dillard

November 3, 2010 at 9:09 am

Posted in Editorials

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  1. “Last night, voters across Virginia and the nation sent a resounding message to President Obama, Nacy Pelosi, and the Democratic Party that aggressive liberalism is not the ideolgy we choose to be governed under. Especially notable are the victories of Allen West and Tim Scott, Nikki Haley, and Marco Rubio. Their victories serve notice that the Republican Party is well on its way to showing itself as the party of inclusion that I know it to be. ”

    D – you do know that is the biggest pile of hogwash you ever wrote. I know this comment won’t be posted but . . . really D. The current Republican party is based on ignorance and hatred.

    That said, the next two years will be very interesting. I am curious to see if the Republicans know how to govern. Oh and regarding this “spending” . . . I hope you are against extending the Bush tax cuts. We cannot afford $800B in unpaid taxes. You do agree that would put us squarely back to where we started on the path to the train wreck called a recession right?

    Val

    November 3, 2010 at 6:06 pm

  2. See, you’re wrong and it’s approved. 🙂

    I am for a temporary extension at this late stage for another year.

    Coby Dillard

    November 3, 2010 at 6:10 pm


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