To the editor:
When I was driving through Old Town recently, I saw a campaign poster in the front window of a house that said, “[Terry] McAuliffe Putting Jobs First.” I wonder if that sign is left over — as Ken Cuccinelli suggested in their recent debate — from McAuliffe’s campaign to be governor of Mississippi.
Because, as far as I know, that’s the only place he has created any jobs. And even then he has created a fraction of the number promised.
Many communities in Virginia would have welcomed a GreenTech, even though a federal investigation into the firm’s lobbying appears to be confirming the suspicions of Virginia development officials — that it was nothing but a visa-for-sale scheme.
Whatever. Rather than put jobs in the state he wants to lead, McAuliffe went to a state that offered him what he saw as a better deal.
That’s not putting jobs first; that’s putting Terry first. Maybe that should be his new campaign slogan.
- Kami Sapundzhieva