It's the video that's been seen by over 15,000 people in less than a week ... ABC's Good Morning America and MSNBC wanted RPV Chairman Pat Mullins to do guest appearances (because of the 12+ inches of global warming, he was unable to get to the studios) ... and the video is enjoying national media attention.
The Republican Party of Virginia has employed their new media talents again to produce the video, "12 Inches of Global Warming."
The video, which you can see here, reminds voters in the 5th and 9th Congressional Districts of Tom Perriello and Rick Boucher's vote for the job killing "Cap and Tax" legislation in the context of the major snowstorms that have hit Virginia over the past week. Not only would the bill, which they proudly voted for, throw thousands of Virginians out of work, but it would also cause energy prices to "skyrocket," according to President Obama, one of the bill's biggest fans.
Higher energy costs would make Virginia's economic recovery just that much harder, as manufacturers in places like Danville and Martinsville would have to contend with higher electric and gas bills. Families would also feel a major pocketbook pinch if it were to become law.
They're talking about the video in Time, the Wall Street Journal, the New York Times, on CBS News, and on the Glenn Beck Show.
Go ahead ... check it out before you head back outside to shovel more "global warming."