You know you're a wingnut when...
Anne Coulter calls you a right-wing radical.
Rush Limbaugh denounces your free-market zealotry.
The Richmond Times Dispatch calls you "Right of Center".
Well, the first two may be made up, but the #3 is as real as today's RTD Op-Ed page.
Here are a few choice tidbits as Richmond's favority right-leaning rag chafes under Bob McDonnells's "conservative-sating", record driven by "internal Republican politics":
McDonnell's stances appear driven by internal Republican politics; specifically, sating conservatives who control the nominating process. The opinions were written before Lt. Gov. Bill Bolling, now seeking re-election, conceded the gubernatorial nomination to McDonnell.
In another perceived sop to conservatives, McDonnell intervened on behalf of Episcopal parishes in Northern Virginia that broke with the diocese to protest the ordination of a gay bishop in New Hampshire.
McDonnell has to answer for more: his opposition to controls on smoking in public, the non-solution for roads, industry friendly re-regulation of utilities, and federal court rulings spotlighting his hostility to abortion.
Has McDonnell taken positions that allow him to reach the middle, where elections are decided?
To paraphrase his answer to a stickier question -- one best avoided in a family-oriented publication: not that he can recall.
That last dig is a wave towards the drama which earned McDonnell the monniker "Taliban Bob". Read the ugly details here.