DALE CITY, Va. —
“If we become ideological, then we’re blind to evidence. We can only hear people who already agree with us. We think we know everything right now, and we have nothing to learn from anybody,” said Clinton, who as president sometimes bucked his party and worked with Republicans.
Clinton predicted that Cuccinelli as governor would impose his own deeply conservative views on the state at a time when compromise should be employed to build the economy.