Monday, December 05, 2005

Allen Gives GOP Reason To Dry Tears

Could this be the one. To beat Hillary?

Senator Urges Loyalty To Conservative Ideals
By Chris L. Jenkins
Washington Post Staff Writer
Sunday, December 4, 2005

HOT SPRINGS, Va., Dec. 3 -- Sen. George Allen rallied fellow Virginia Republicans to his 2006 reelection campaign Saturday, telling them that he would stand for low taxes, energy independence and opposition to "activist judges" on the U.S. Supreme Court.
Allen, who is widely thought to be considering a presidential bid in 2008, also told the state party activists gathered for an annual conference that they must stand behind "common-sense Jeffersonian conservative principles" that have helped propel the GOP in national and state elections.

"We will try to motivate and inspire people for ideas, for goals, for a mission," Allen said of the campaign during a luncheon address before about 500 people at the Homestead resort. His speech focused more on national and international issues than on Virginia politics.

"Less taxation, less litigation, greater energy independence in this country. These are the foundational ideals that [Americans and Virginians] believe in."

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