Charles C. Johnson (@ChuckCJohnson)

Fresno, L.A., up in the air

The below is an off-site archive of all tweets posted by @ChuckCJohnson ever

November 5th, 2013

latimespast “The Los Angeles Aqueduct is as much a product of will and innovation as of sneakiness and greed.” It’s 100 today: lat.ms/16GWN9R

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I wonder if @rustyrockets has advice for Mayor Rob Ford about getting off the crack & moving on with your life. I bet Ford could use it.

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kerpen A top GOP operative in New Jersey told me: “Chris Christie won big by throwing his own party under the bus.”

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Sarvis gets 6.66%. A sign? And you thought Cuccinelli was too much of a Christian.

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MelissaTweets RT @gopfirecracker: Sarvis gets 6.66%. Ironic.

via Echofon (retweeted on 6:50 PM, Nov 5th, 2013 via Twitter Web Client)

@Indigo_Nights What misery? I’m enjoying the depravity of DC-VA. Hope you enjoy him squandering your Hunger games-style loot.

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@fujogo @KenCuccinelli You can’t credibly say the word “conflict of interest” if you support McAuliffe for dog catcher.

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A fat lobbyist for Madoff with a taste for expensive hotels & meals is not the future of the GOP.

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DanSWright @ChuckCJohnson Oh the fun is just beginning for Bernie Madoff’s lobbyist.

via Twitter Web Client (retweeted on 6:44 PM, Nov 5th, 2013 via Twitter Web Client)

For this corruption-busting journalist, a Governor Terry McAuliffe is JOB SECURITY. Just wait to see what I have in the back room.

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You might be a GOP hack if you think @GovChristie—with his many, many ethics problems—is future of the party.

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GayPatriot Va. Governors race proves that The Capital District exists now.

via Twitter for iPhone (retweeted on 6:40 PM, Nov 5th, 2013 via Twitter Web Client)

PeterHambyCNN Silver lining for one VA GOPer “If Obamacare can close a gap like that for Cuccinelli, think about what it will do to Senate Dems next year”

via Twitter Web Client (retweeted on 6:37 PM, Nov 5th, 2013 via Twitter Web Client)

Yeah, it’s not like Fox News ever called anything wrong.

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Obershain’s first act as AG should be to investigate voter fraud in race.

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Hardline_Stance VOTER FRAUD: Swing county Loudon Virginia (controlled by Dems since 2012); Since 6 am voters turned away; told machine broken

via Twitter Web Client (retweeted on 6:32 PM, Nov 5th, 2013 via Twitter Web Client)

MarcACaputo When FL cracked down on voter fraud it couldn’t find it left alone absentee ballots (easiest fraud). Viola: Case # 3 hrld.us/1hzAA57

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There is no way in hell Cuccinelli should concede a damn thing. Make them pay for every ballot they stuffed.

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josephcurl Again, how does Christie win in a deep blue state like NJ while Cuccinelli loses in a purple state like VA? Social issues, that’s how. Duh.

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@MichaelBlum3 @MelissaTweets @KenCuccinelli But CUCCINELLI has the balls to fight back unlike GOP.

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Well neither CUCCINELLI, nor McAuliffe smoke crack. Just the voters do in VA.

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Prediction: @KenCuccinelli will win by <5000 votes.

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Cemoto78 If the Dems hadn’t backed the faux third candidate , would have already been called Gov.

via Twitter Web Client (retweeted on 6:01 PM, Nov 5th, 2013 via Twitter Web Client)

Boomerjeff If Cuccinelli wins by less than 50,000 votes the Dems will haul out their recount scam and try to steal the election.

via TweetDeck (retweeted on 6:01 PM, Nov 5th, 2013 via Twitter Web Client)

sportsmommyof3 If wins, I hope his first order of business is to prosecute the Dem party for their backing of the faux libertarian candidate.

via Twitter for iPad (retweeted on 6:00 PM, Nov 5th, 2013 via Twitter Web Client)

charliespiering Cuccinelli leading McAuliffe by 1 vote in Westmoreland county - another county Obama won in 2012 pic.twitter.com/etQPWN95Tg

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Repeat after me: “CUCCINELLI.” Learn to spell it, people.

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famousquotenet I favor the policy of economy, not because I wish to save money, but because I wish to save people. - Calvin Coolidge

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duchessrebecca .@andersoncooper No. The only acceptable excuse is: “bitch set me up”

via Twitter for Android (retweeted on 5:30 PM, Nov 5th, 2013 via Twitter Web Client)

DawnRiseth Cuccinelli in VA was abandoned by establishment GOP and was crazy outspent race is now too close to call!

via Twitter Web Client (retweeted on 5:21 PM, Nov 5th, 2013 via Twitter Web Client)

TobinCommentary Closeness of weighted exits should make national GOP regret not pouring more money into Cuccinelli’s campaign.

via Twitter Web Client (retweeted on 5:21 PM, Nov 5th, 2013 via Twitter Web Client)

jamiedupree VA exit polls show Cuccinelli won 91% of GOP vote, 47% of Independents & 2% of Democratic voters

via Janetter (retweeted on 5:20 PM, Nov 5th, 2013 via Twitter Web Client)

JammieWF Media spin if Cuccinelli wins: It had nothing to do with ObamaCare since Obama didn’t bring it up at the McAuliffe rally

via Twitter Web Client (retweeted on 5:20 PM, Nov 5th, 2013 via Twitter Web Client)

jimantle Would be interesting to know if Ron Paul was able to shift any Sarvis votes to Cuccinelli.

via Twitter Web Client (retweeted on 5:19 PM, Nov 5th, 2013 via Twitter Web Client)

Google aims to replace car dashboard buttons with Minority Report hand gestures via @Telegraph fw.to/8mA91KJ

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The next big stories predictions: Obamacare doesn’t cover preexisting conditions & the navigators are bad people.

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Obama denies ‘you can keep it’ videotaped promises dailycaller.com/2013/11/05/oba… via @DailyCaller

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talkradio200 is siding with the crook in race. And they are bragging about siding with the crook. Why were they invited to again?

via TweetDeck (retweeted on 10:33 AM, Nov 5th, 2013 via Twitter Web Client)

Media investigates @SenRandPaul for (probably done by staffers) but never looks into Obama’s best-selling book. Huh.

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India’s going to Mars? Been there, done that.

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Flashback: When Democrats wanted to scrap “embarrassing” gov’t healthcare launches « Hot Air hotair.com/archives/2013/… via @hotairblog

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morgenr Thrilled to be guest-posting again @hotairblog while @EdMorrissey is on a well deserved vacation. Thanks Ed!

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The worst thing about being self-employed is that you can’t fire yourself.

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BenHowe @RBPundit I think statements like this are slightly more damaging: twitter.com/ChrisRBarron/s…

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@ChrisRBarron Your @KenCuccinelli comparison to David Duke trivializes Duke’s racism and bigotry. Do the right thing and apologize.

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I’m impressed. Rob Ford is that fat and smokes crack? Clearly doing it wrong.

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My sis was born on Guy Fawkes Day which we all know from V for Vendetta.

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daveweigel If Toronto is anything like DC, Rob Ford can only serve in public office for like 23 more years.

via Tweetbot for iOS (retweeted on 9:34 AM, Nov 5th, 2013 via Twitter Web Client)

NBCNews JUST IN: Toronto Mayor Rob Ford admits he smoked crack cocaine ‘probaby a year ago in a drunken stupor’

via Hootsuite (retweeted on 9:34 AM, Nov 5th, 2013 via Twitter Web Client)

Today in 1872 Susan B. Anthony voted for the 1st time in defiance of the law. She paid $100. Nowadays the govt. gives you $100+ in benefits.

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