Del. Bob Marshall, in his glorious, glorious refusal to endorse Jim Gilmore for U.S. Senate, makes the hilarious claim to Tim Craig that “he put 215,000 miles on his car during his Senate campaign this spring.” Let’s generously say that “spring” began January 1, giving him five months of driving time. That’s an average of 1,430 miles per day, an average of 80 mph, assuming he drives 18 hours per day without stopping. (It’s no wonder that he’s opposed to those abusive driver fees.) Between Marshall’s elite driving skills and Pat Robertson’s superhuman strength, I see now that Virginia Republicans are truly a force to be reckoned with.