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In what shapes up as an extremely difficult year for national Republicans, the Virginia Republican Party is facing a tough task of its own.
The selection of former governor Jim Gilmore as the party’s U.S. Senate candidate can only be seen in psychological terms: it’s either a cry for help or an admission of failure.
Gilmore was a one-note governor who got into office on an anti-tax scheme that was never going to work and never did work. The mission was to wage war on taxes, regardless of the importance of the revenue.
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