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Senator Tim Kaine Sworn In Today: Eugene Delgaudio: "I will work harder, as we all will have to, to make up for the disasterous policies headed our way from the national level from President Obama and Senator Kaine."

January 3, 2013

Congratulations to President Barack Obama for, again, winning Sterling as he did in 2008. And to Senator Tim Kaine who is sworn in today.

Sterling votes for candidates that work hard and can represent them in their political expectations.

They overwhelmingly voted for Obama and for Tim Kaine but also re-elected Frank Wolf
as their Congressman.

The president met Sterling's expectations and a large marjority of Sterling voters cast
their ballot for him.

The Obama administration is a disaster, the taxes being raised will destroy our Sterling
economy and residents will find it harder to get jobs as deficits and higher energy costs kill off whats left of prosperity.

Especially in Sterling. Sterling is largely dependent on a prosperous economy based on federal contracting and federal employees. We will be devastated.

The fact that President Obama convinced a majority in Sterling that he could solve this is an amazing acomplishment. But Obama is the man that they have decided to represent them, again, as President.

I will work harder, as we all will have to, to make up for the disasterous policies headed our way from the national level from President Obama and Senator Kaine.

Mitt Romney was a good candidate for President and he would be a great President if he had won the election. Along with Robert Dole, John McCain and the Bush family, its been a long time for a genuine conservative leader who articulated a philosophy like Ronald Reagan to be nominated as a Presidential candidate.

Perhaps a minority like black conservative U.S. Senator Tim Scott or hispanic Marco Rubio of Florida or any of the many women or other minority Governors who are Conservatives. That's the kind of diversity America needs in the future.

You are out there, Mr. or Mrs. Conservative and I hope to see you in 2016.

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