Thursday, September 29, 2016
There should be some kind of insurance policy that covers you for anxiety attacks, buckled knees leading to collapse, chest palpitations, heart failure or worse when the IRS sends you an ominous looking envelope that says “Official Business – Penalty for Private Use, $300.”
It looked like a torrential downpour was about to cut loose as accurately predicted by meteorologist, Brent Watts at WDBJ. I had not made my daily trek to the mailbox yet so I’d better hustle I said to myself.
As I usually do upon exiting my front door I pulled the door closed just enough to not latch it.
Why you say do I do that? Easy answer – by some twist of my faithful front door knob in
Thursday, October 1, 2009
David “Mudcat” Saunders
SUNDAY HUNTING A BIG DEAL IN VIRGINIA – Deeds says leave it up to localities and McDonnell says allow it on private land on Sunday.
Fishing and game enthusiasts joined Sen. Creigh Deeds, the Democratic nominee for governor in forming Sportsmen for Deeds. He was joined Thursday by some of the enthusiasts at Outfitter Tuff, a sportsman retail shop in Roanoke. Sixty other sportsmen were listed in a press release.
“As a legislator, I have always promoted responsible sportsmanship, consistently opposing bills that would have restricted the right to bear arms,” Deeds said. “And in 2000, I wrote a bill that became an amendment to our state Constitution—a bill guaranteeing the right to hunt and fish for all Virginians. I believed—and still do—that this right is key to preserving a major part of our Commonwealth’s culture, one that I am proud to be a part of.”
Sportsmen for Deeds will be chaired by outdoor advocate Sherry Crumley. Crumley was the first female chairperson of the Virginia Board of Game and Inland Fisheries and still represents the 6th congressional district on the board. In addition, Crumley chaired Sportsmen for Warner in 2001 and 2008, sits on the National Rifle Association’s Hunting and Wildlife Conservation committee and ran the campaign to pass the Right to Hunt and Fish Amendment to the Constitution of Virginia.
“Creigh understands hunting and fishing,” said Sherry Crumley. “He is one of us, and we need him as our next governor.”
Deeds was also joined by Democratic Party of Virginia Chairman Richard “Dickie” Cranwell and longtime Deeds supporter David “Mudcat” Saunders. Sportsmen for Deeds is committed to speaking to fellow sportsmen about Sen. Deeds’ campaign for governor. They will undertake outreach to other sportsmen and talking to people about Deeds positions on the 2nd amendment and hunting and fishing.
Posted By Valerie Garner
Categories: Election 2009, Politics, State Politics
Tags: democrat, election2009, governor