Yesterday the Lynchburg News & Advance, a paper skewed to the right, hence Lynchburg, came out with an editorial chiding Rep. Perriello. With serpentine-like logical cohesion, the editorial staff is "heartened" by the potential rematch between Perriello and former Congressman Goode in the next election. Their thinking goes, if Goode enters in the race, Perriello will have to vote more honestly. Of course, to further argue their point, Rep. Perriello is the most vulnerable incumbent EVER, nevermind their erroneous data interpretation therein (read: Obama coattails!). But, like magnanimous soothesayers, they offer advice for Tom, because he is already beholden to the "bright lights" of Washington. Perriello should stand with small business (read: vote against the Employee Free Choice Act) and should become a Blue Dog fiscal conservative (read: never, ever side with Pelosi and the liberals). The end.
This is the same newspaper that defended Perriello against the vicious NRCC attack ads. Go figure.