Hey VA members.
Time to see if gun owners and other can defeat him. Maybe it's time to change the support for legislation related to our gun rights.
Primary elections help define President Obama's role in midterm elections
White House officials say that as the fall elections near, the president will step up his appearances in the districts where he is popular.
That kind of promise is particularly important to endangered lawmakers such as Rep. Gerald E. Connolly (D-Va.), who said he was dismayed in the final days before Pennsylvania's Democratic Senate primary to see that the White House was unwilling to pull out the stops for the candidate it endorsed, Sen. Arlen Specter.
"Let me get this straight: If you think I can't win, you're not going to spend political capital on me, even though I spill buckets of blood for you?" Connolly said. "The White House can't be [keeping] distance from people who have walked the plank for them, even when they might lose. Loyalty matters in this business."