By Ken Cuccinelli
President Obama is always welcome in the Commonwealth of Virginia. But his appearance in our state this weekend — less than 48 hours before voters head to the polls — says much more about Terry McAuliffe and his vision for Virginia’s future than it does about the president himself.
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McAuliffe’s decision to invite President Obama to campaign with him, just days after it was revealed that the president and his administration knowingly and very intentionally misled the American people about their ability to maintain their preferred health plans, is not a surprising one. McAuliffe has long supported President Obama’s big-government agenda, with Obamacare being a prime example. In fact, McAuliffe thought the law didn’t go far enough. He even supported the public option, which would have put America on a path straight toward a full government takeover of our health care system.
Virginia can send Washington a message that we oppose Obamacare with our votes on Tuesday.