Terry McAuliffe’s campaign is running the following ad on Facebook:
(Is that tinfoil hat made from parts intended for unbuilt Greentech automobiles?)
Uh huh. Good luck trying to portray McAuliffe as a job creator with reporting like this going on.
Ryan Nobles of the NBC News 12 staff visited Tunica to report on Greentech.
Nobles reported, “(Tunica) is a town looking for hope, hope they thought they found in this man,” Terry McAuliffe said in July of last year at a plant in Horn Lake, Mississippi, that he claimed would produce a car per hour. “The plan was to start production in Horn Lake,” Nobles reported, “and immediately begin construction of a massive, permanent plant in Tunica. That was nine months ago. McAuliffe came here to Mississippi last summer, with the promise of thousands of jobs and a huge manufacturing facility. But now here we are in 2013, and the only thing on this site is some overgrown grass and some gravel.”
Meanwhile, Women Speak Out Virginia are up on the air with a radio ad that tells voters who the real extremist is in this race — Terry McAuliffe.
In the race for Governor…there’s one candidate who has taken extreme positions far outside the mainstream….one candidate whose radical ideas are troubling to every woman in Virginia.
It’s Terry McAuliffe.
Just this month Terry McAuliffe opposed basic health and safety standards for some women’s health clinics that perform abortions.
McAuliffe refuses to require women’s health clinics to provide the same sanitary environment we expect of dental offices and hospitals.
McAuliffe is bowing to the political pressure from powerful corporations that run women’s health clinics.
They must think they are above the law. They put their own interests above the health of safety of their patients.
Virginia women’s clinics have been cited for unsanitary conditions, poor staff training, and poorly maintained equipment.
But Terry McAuliffe is afraid to stand up for women’s health. He’s afraid to stand up for you.
Career politician Terry McAuliffe is too extreme for Virginia.
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