When your name is Creigh Deeds, your opposition is going to be awfully tempted to use the AC/DC song.
When you run a negative campaign, you kind of invite it.
When Rep. Jim Moran, a Democrat (and brother of one of Deeds’s primary rivals), starts telling the press that his campaign is too negative, and that, “he’s got to give people a reason to vote for Creigh” . . . well, the temptation is overwhelming.
Ladies and gentlemen, the Republican Party of Virginia fills a need:
Look, if Deeds had prompted the opposition to play “Highway to Hell,” that’s the closest he would have come to generating an actual transportation plan.