Jeff Frederick's stellar IT background has brought the exciting world of ASP (c. 1996-2000) to the Republican Party of Virginia's web site: http://rpv.org/news.asp. What could be next? An Access backend? By the way, when are they going to start the competitive bidding for those cool projects they're working on? :)
I just saw this come through the ol' aggregator and it almost knocked me right out of my chair: Chris Saxman to introduce off-shore drilling bill. They want to use offshore drilling revenues to fund the Virginia transportation budget. BWAHAHA. That's the Republican solution to the bone-jarring, pothole-filled roads I have to drive over every day??
Republicans from around the state are invading Richmond this weekend to decide whether Jim Gilmore or Bob Marshall will run against Mark Warner this fall. I will boldy state my preference and say I'm hoping Jim Gilmore wins, because I despise everything Bob Marshall stands for (well, maybe not everything -- but that whole thing where he tries to shove his personal belief system into everyone's lives is rather annoying). The outcome of the convention will also affect which "Bloggers 4" group (Bloggers 4 Jim Gilmore or Bloggers 4 Bob Marshall) gets to gloat about winning the nomination for their guy. It may also in some way help decide once and for all which blogging platform is better: Blogspot or Wordpress.
· Krehbiel Commentary · Tuesday, Jun 3, 2008, 6:57 PM · 88 words · 1 comment ·
So first we heard Kurt Michael's contentious Augusta County chairmanship was upheld by the mysterious "Central Committe." Then we heard that Jeff Frederick was elected as RPV Chairman at the convention. Then we heard Scott Sayre was named to Jeff Frederick's new staff. Then we heard Kurt Michael intends to keep his promise of stepping down as chairman "for the good of the party."