It was a bad week for Virginia Republicans, whose political antics with Supreme Court Justice Jane Roush went south. They not only failed to fire her, but also shut down any hope of legislative redistricting in the process. With Republicans failing to propose any serious solutions, responsibility for re-drawing Virginia's Congressional districts now falls back to the courts.
Despite their legislative loss, Speaker Howell, Leader Norment and Republicans in the General Assembly have continued to throw the year's biggest political temper tantrum. A look at statewide coverage suggests that Virginia voters aren't buying any of it.
Coverage across the Commonwealth: