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Doug

Will Liz Taylor be there?

Who's that hot chick in the purple?

fannyboy

If nothing else, the fact that it comes on a Friday tells us that John Warner isn't hoping for a "big bang" kickoff for re-election.

FANNYBOY SPEAKS

fannyboy

SEX RIMMONS FOR U.S. SENATE

Dannyboy

fannyboy:
John Warner wouldn't need a "big bang" kickoff for re-election. He could have a quiet little event with 20 people and soar to an easy re-election.

duhhh dannyboy- but even political neophytes should know that no one ever does anything on a Friday, or else it gets caught in the weekend shuffle. Everyone- including someone named "fannyboy," I'm guessing - knows that John Warner would have an easy time running for re-election.

Dannyboy: Passing off utterly obvious facts as insight since 2006.

I.Publius

Retirement? Maybe, but don't bet the farm on it.

Dannyboy

Here we go with the anonymous shadow boxing crap. Thank God Ben is fixing this shit.

Yeah, he's definitely not retiring. Who announces their glorious and triumphant retirement on the Friday of Labor Day weekend?

David

John Warner is an honorable man who has served this state for five terms in the Senate. I truly believe that he deserves a more respectful graphic than this.

phriendlyjaime

I bet he is announcing he will be voting with the Dems this time re:war funding. Then Republicans will wish he was retiring.

the poster formerly known as 147.

His distancing himself from Bush on the war sends a signal he's on the way out....

I'm not sure the bigger upside to his retirement: Senator Warner (Mark) or the primary fight between Davis and Gilmore. Oh it's going to be fun.

Two questions, assuming John Warner announces his retirement:
1. Will the GOP nomination be a primary or a convention? Who does Hager favor, and how will that impact the decision?
2. Who will run for the 11th CD that Tom Davis will vacate? Will his wife run for the seat if she loses her state Senate seat this Nov.?

Jim

It wouldn't suprise me if John Warner announces he is retiring from the Senate and then announce he is running for govenor in 2009. He always said he wanted to end his political as Virginia's Govenor. Now wouldn't that stir things up for 2009,

Rtwng Extrmst

Good riddance!

Anonymous Is A Woman

I'm betting he's in.

Doug in Mount Vernon

Let the Gilmore-Davis bloodbath begin!! This is going to make our Democratic intra-party squabbles look like a tropical wave, compared to their impending Katrina. And they won't be able to clean that one up, either!

http://www.realclearpolitics.com/articles/2007/08/gop_bloodbath_could_lead_to_de.html

Excellent article on RealClearPolitics... the Gilmore/Davis primary would be a, um, bloodbath.

Matthew

http://www.realclearpolitics.com/articles/2007/08/gop_bloodbath_could_lead_to_de.html

Excellent article on RealClearPolitics... the Gilmore/Davis primary would be a, um, bloodbath.

Not Boyd Marcus

I love it......Gilmore vs Davis. Sort of like the Iran-Iraq war: who cares who wins?

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