This is a very important primary and needs to have a good turnout to pick the best candidate. I’m sure Loudoun will be low as most political opinions are left at the supper table, cracker barrel or blogs. All 4 candidates have their attributes and detractions but we all will have our favorites. Mine is E. W. Jackson.
Bishop Jackson has similarities to Obama that will help bring the votes away from Kaine. He is an excellent speaker and as mesmorizing as Billy Graham. And he works tirelessly on the community and outreach. There is where the similarities end. Where Bishop Jackson excels is his steadfast devotion to the Constitution and his faith. He is 100% black but 100% American. His morals and truthfullness are tied to his religion, the Constitution and the Marine Corps (don’t even think about stepping in the pile and saying something bad about the Corps) not corpse, which is spelled different and means different but one individual is too ignorant to realize. He also PRACTISED law so he has all the qualifications.
Some of you may say he doesn’t have the political experience. Depends on how you define politics. I find that the first termers are doing a better job than those that keep being recycled time and again. I believe in the man and feel he has an equal chance of the 4 available. His ground game is good and the people who volunteer for his campaign are very pleasant and understanding. They don’t push anything on you, just request you do research to know the man. Research. What a novel idea.
Now I will vote and support whichever candidate makes the GOP primary. Anything is better than Kaine. I just happen to favor Bishop Jackson for who he is and can put my faith in him without regret. Look him up. You may end up feeling as I do. Regardless your favorite, don’t talk about it-just go vote it. Take your “too busy” friends and family members with you..