I Endorse John Brownlee
It is early, but I am going to work hard for John Brownlee. Ken Cuccinelli is good man. If Brownlee falls short, I will vote for Cooch. There are two reasons I am supporting John Brownlee over Cuccinelli.
I am convinced that only Ken Cuccinelli can win his senate seat. A very narrow win last time tells me that the RPV needs to PUMP the campaign full of money to hold this senate seat. If there is another conservative candidate that can win this seat please tell me his name and make the case.
One of the main reasons I support Brownlee is he is a career public servant.
Former U.S. Attorney John Brownlee has spent the last 20 years serving the citizens of Virginia and the United States. As a young military officer, John volunteered for the Infantry and successfully graduated from the Army’s rigorous Airborne and Ranger programs. In 2001, President Bush appointed John as United States Attorney. As the top federal law enforcement official, John successfully prosecuted some of our nation’s most corrupt corporations and dangerous criminals. As one of Virginia’s leading crime fighters, John has earned the reputation as a tough prosecutor who knows how to keep our communities safe from violent criminals and drug dealers.
And this issue means nothing to the folks in NOVA, but here in the Coalfields it is worth a million dollars.
In May 2007, after a five year investigation, Mr. Brownlee and Virginia Attorney General Bob McDonnell convicted the maker of the pain medication OxyContin of intentionally misbranding their highly addictive and dangerous drug. The company and executives were convicted of misbranding OxyContin and paid over $634 million in fines. The criminal fine was one of the largest financial penalties ever imposed on a drug company.
As many of you remember Brownlee was under a great deal of pressure from the administration that appointed him to drop this case. He stood strong and stuck those OXY makers in the butts for a ton of $Cash$! Like my friend Duncan Hunter, John Brownlee stood up to the man. John Brownlee And Justice For All.