That's One Big All-Purpose TableOct 30, 2009
This isn't so much a slam against Creigh Deeds for his vague, indecisive, obfuscating way of saying he'll raise our taxes in a recession, as it is the grammarian and rhetorician in me: Can we please cut out the cliches, people! However, since it is election season, when you combine this with his infamous tax and other dodges, and his braggadocio on submitting the most budget amendments in the General Assembly — a billion dollars worth — it all kind of comes together nicely. Oh, one other thing thing not purposely vague about the Deeds campaign was the news of a late $25,000 donation from the United Association, a Big Labor group that works to dismantle Right-To-Work laws.
Disparate questions about his plans, but the same answer from Senator Deeds:
If it's pro-Big Labor and means more taxes, spending and regulation, and less freedom, "it's on the table" for Creigh Deeds.