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Since we have shown that Steve Stockman’s erstwhile campaign message – “I am a ‘fiscal conservative’ or whatever it is you people call it” – did not work out given Steve’s actual record in office we still need to get him a theme!!

So, please, contribute if you can.

In case you have forgotten, here are some contributions so far:

Steve Stockman campaign ad, honoring his trolls

Steve Stockman supporters

Steve Stockman on illegal immigration: 2007 solution to 2011 issues

Steve Stockman campaign ad

Steve Stockman is back from the dead to take revenge

I got Steve Stockman’s direct mail piece the other day reminding us how low taxes were in Loudoun County in 1991, when Steve Stockman was still in office and Ronald Reagan was still alive and everything began to go downhill.

I am guessing that part of the reason Steve Stockman has not received the endorsement of one, single elected official and has not received the public support of one, single person willing to use their real name, is because everyone understands that “I had everything working perfectly in 1991″ is a pretty weak campaign theme.

Which reminds me, Steve Stockman still needs a campaign theme. If you can, give.

Steve Stockman campaign ad

When Steve Stockman last held public office, we did not have all the problems we have today. That is what Steve brings to the table.

Steve Stockman on illegal immigration: 2007 solution to 2011 issues

As if on cue, Steve Stockman, the man with no supporters willing to reveal their names and no campaign platform to speak of, has suddenly discovered “illegal immigration” in his latest email.

A campaign directive from one of his extremely astute anonymous supporters, this advice seems to be what so many other candidates have been advised: talk about “illegal immigrants” and “Prince William County” and you are in like Flynn.

You know, because of all the illegal immigrants causing all these problems here in Loudoun County – where we have absolutely no law enforcement. There are probably illegals banging on the windows of your house right now as we speak.

Steve Stockman has no supporters with names, and I believe no supporters with money (have not checked in detail, but that campaign finance report looked pretty much like Steve is trying to buy himself a seat here), and no familiarity with anything happening in Loudoun County that he can’t find outside of a google search – well, because 4 years ago there actually was a lot of news about illegal immigration here in Loudoun County.

Since all of a sudden Steve Stockman has an incredibly vociferous group of anonymous supporters making noise on this blog and since they came out of nowhere to say such nasty things – following their leader, as it were, in being first out of the block with the negative campaigning – in all the excitement I almost forgot to honor them as they deserve.

This Steve Stockman campaign theme suggestion, therefore, will set a kinder, gentler tone. This one is for the trolls. It features Pam the Troll, also known as “Talky.”

Steve Stockman campaign ad, honoring his trolls

Just wrote a quick lunchtime comment reply to my friend Jack Ryan, and realized it belongs on the front page since it involves the campaign theme for Steve Stockman – and this is your one-stop repository for all things related to Steve Stockman’s potential campaign themes.

Summary: Steve Stockman has sat around doing nothing for 20 years. Now he wants the highest elected office in Loudoun County. Soon, he will even begin to work for it.

Jack, Steve Stockman has got to be the laziest candidate for any office and here he thinks he deserves to be Chairman? Not only has he done NOTHING in over 20 years to make a positive change in the county – no addresses to the Board, no letters to the editor, no grassroots or civic activity, nothing – but he has barely even campaigned. He has given NOT A SINGLE campaign “speech”. At the LCRC all it amounted to was making an announcement at the podium. The guy could not even be bothered to put together some coherent thoughts. He has been at public events for – what a little less than 3 months – since he announced, and lets his daughter do 95% of the talking (his daughter is wonderful, by the way, many have said she is the one who should be running for office). As a candidate, Steve is a joke.

I guess he is saving his campaign speeches until he gets the nomination, just to make sure it is worth the trouble to put one together.

If ever there was someone who thought they were going to cruise into office because of past accomplishments it is this clown. But even according to the lame GOP mantra, “It’s my turn” this guy fails because it is not even “his turn.”

Steve Stockman is a nobody who has done nothing to show he would even take the job seriously, but because some people put a bug in his ear that they would carry him into the Board room and deposit him in the Chairman’s seat he has decided to dip his toe in the water on the outside chance it might be worth his time.

I have personally done 1000% more than Steve Stockman during the past decade to try and help this county and I was only active for 18 months. Here’s some free advice, Jack: Tell Steve Stockman to spend 15 minutes at his desk and put together a speech for public delivery. Nothing fancy, just some thoughts that follow one another, preferably on a topic that shows he wants to make things better for the residents of Loudoun County. One friggin’ speech, ok?

Failing that, how about a letter to the editor? Oh, I forgot, I guess it is too late for either of those things, since Steve has been sitting on his ass for the past 20 years and since he announced for this office he has done exactly bupkiss for the past 10 weeks, but now in the 5 days before the filing deadline suddenly he has a bunch anonymous trolls shooting their mouths off on his behalf.

Here’s the next campaign theme I need a graphic for if anyone can help:

“I’m Steve Stockman, and although I am too lazy to give a speech, I do have a group of anonymous trolls on the Internet speaking very highly of me all of a sudden.”

UPDATE: We have just been informed by “Pam” – the anonymous troll who suddenly appeared out of nowhere to grace us with her unusual patterns of thought in her feverish attempts to help Steve Stockman – that Steve Stockman supposedly finally did give a speech last night, July 7 – which was only heard by anonymous trolls and hobgoblins, but by all accounts was a really terrific speech.

Yay for Steve Stockman; all the shadows in the graveyard cry “yay.”

UPDATE II: Click here for much more about last night’s event at which Steve Stockman finally spoke publicly. Read the comments. Quite a coming-out party situation for Steve! Like I said in the comments somewhere, Steve Stockman is all about the timing.

Here’s another contribution to the co-op effort to get Steve Stockman a new campaign theme for his run at the Republican nomination to the Board of Supervisors in Loudoun County, Virginia.

Steve Stockman campaign ad

When Steve Stockman last held public office, we did not have all the problems we have today. That is what Steve brings to the table.

Hi Everyone, this will be an ongoing effort to help Steve Stockman come up with a campaign theme and graphic identity, so if you watch this space you will see continuing submissions and reminders to help Steve Stockman get himself a campaign identity for his run at the Republican nomination to Loudoun County Board of Supervisors. (Steve Stockman is running for the GOP nomination to run for the Chairman of the Loudoun County Board of Supervisors in Loudoun County, Virginia).

As it turns out, Steve Stockman’s original theme – “I was a Republican before you were born; ironically, I represent the future” – did not get any traction.

Because Stockman’s supporters have shown such terrific attitudes here in support of their candidate, emphasizing those things that are really important to deciding the future of the county, and because Stockman himself gives all indications of being such a terrific fellow, I think it is worthwhile to make every effort possible to help Steve between now and July 23.

On July 23rd, Loudoun County Republicans will have a choice between Steve Stockman and Scott York as their nominee to run for Chairman of the Loudoun County Board of Supervisors in November.

Obviously we want to have the best candidate possible to go up against the Democrat candidate in November.

To that end, here are a couple first shots at campaign themes for Steve Stockman. If you think of others, please submit them in the comments or include links to graphics posted elsewhere. Periodically, as a service to the Steve Stockman campaign, I will repost all the graphics and themes here.


Steve Stockman campaign ad

Steve Stockman campaign ad

Steve Stockman is back from the dead to take revenge