Bob McDonnell Gets Political Advice from Nancy Pfotenhauer

Recently, Bob McDonnell, the GOP nominee for Governor of Virginia, went out to Oakton, Virginia to see Nancy Pfotenauer, the Republican activist and former spokeswoman for John McCain’s failed presidential campaign.

Readers will remember that Ms. Pfotenhauer is my muse and the inspiration for this blog. She’s been staying out of the spotlight since her declaration that “real Virginians” were people who supported McCain and who didn’t live in Northern Virginia. (Obama supporters like me were “Fake Virginians” in her mind.)

Since McCain’s defeat, Ms. Pfotenhauer is still active behind the scenes. (Currently, she’s working to defeat efforts to reform health insurance because she believes affordable health insurance will be bad for women — I am not making this up.)

Anyway, Ms. Pfotenhauer wants to help McDonnell get elected. My “hidden cameras” captured this footage from their meeting at Ms. Pfotenhauer’s Oakton home. Check it out.



Filed under Fake Virginia, Right wing nut jobs, Virginia Governor's Campaign

4 responses to “Bob McDonnell Gets Political Advice from Nancy Pfotenhauer

  1. Uh, my guess is that she opposes health care reform — is “reform health insurance” the new talking point? — because she knows that health care will be neither affordable, nor insured, nor result in better health care under Democrat proposals.

    • If you have a pre-existing condition, she believes health insurance companies should be able to deny you coverage.

      If you’ve reached your life time limit of benefits, she believes health insurance companies should be able to drop your coverage.

      You may not like it, but changes to a broken health insurance system should be called health insurance reform.

      But if you would like Ms. Pfotenhauer to campaign for Bob McDonnell, please call up his campaign and ask for that to happen. Her participation would only be surpassed by the involvement of Tucker Bounds. Mr. Bounds, however, is currently screwing up Meg Whitman’s campaign for Governor of California.

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