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Ken Cuccinelli Makes Democrats Wet Their Pants

Ken Cuccinelli - The next AG

Ken Cuccinelli - The next AG

Senator Ken Cuccinelli is running for Attorney General of the Commonwealth of Virginia. If you have any doubts that he is by far the best candidate for the office, take a spin around the liberal blogs. These people are wetting their pants and frothing at the mouth at the prospect of Cuccinelli becomming the Attorney General.

Early on, prior to the Republican Primary last May, I had some concerns about Cuccinelli’s Conservative credentials. He actually voted to uphold Governor Tim Kaine’s veto of efforts to repeal Triggerman Rule. This rule made it more difficult to charge both of the Beltway snipers with a Capital crime.

Was this some anti death penalty Liberal? Cuccinelli was the only Republican to vote in favor of Kaine’s veto. I found this very troubling. So, I spoke to Ken in Ashland, Va at a meet and greet, just a short distance away from the site of one of the shootings.

And he explained his vote to my satisfaction. He believes that the death penalty should be reserved for the most heinous of crimes. He saw this repeal as expanding the death penalty and somewhat unnecessary, as there are other laws covering this situation.

So, Cuccinelli voted against his party and with his beliefs.

And the lefties want to paint him as a far right wing nut job. The problem is, for every vote or quote they pull out as proof, there are many times he has taken a more “liberal” view than his own party. The truth is, Ken Cuccinelli is his own man. He is not a rubber stamp for Republicans and he carefully considers the implications of his positions and votes.

Take the issue with Delegate Hamilton for example. On a recent visit to the Henrico Victory Center, I had the opportunity to speak with Ken about this issue. In a politically charged election year, almost everyone running for office has called for Hamilton’s resignation. Cuccinelli could have done the same and joined the chorus, but he is fully aware of the possibility that the Attorney General’s office could be call upon to act in this matter, pending the outcome of the ethics review. As attorney general, you just can’t take sides. Democrat Steve Shannon ignored his duty to the office he seeks and attempted to make political points with the issue.

Ken Cuccinelli said his position on Hamilton is neutral. His refusal to call for Hamilton’s resignation shows neither support nor condemnation. He is simply looking at the possibility that this may wind up in his lap and the proper thing is to remain neutral.

Steve Shannon has shown he is unable to make the same rational decisions. Winning an election is the only thing he cares about. So what if he screws up a case that might be his to decide in the future.

And the recent “revelation” that Ken Cuccinelli is somehow “homophobic” or worse because he condemns homosexual acts, not the individual, shows the ignorance of the left. He didn’t say he was putting cameras in bedrooms. He simply believes the acts are wrong, not the people. Hardly radical. I think most pastors would agree with that. Love the sinner, hate the sin. Ken Cuccinelli is simply a deeper thinker than most of the hysterical lefties. And their lack of understanding is born out of their ignorance.

The bottom line is, there has never been even one accusation against Ken Cuccinelli that he has discriminated against anyone for any reason.

The hand wringing and gnashing of teeth from the left is a typical liberal reaction when they have a weak candidate who is unable to compete on the issues and has proven time and again he is ill prepared for the office he seeks. Shannon was wrong on Melendez-Diaz, wrong on Hamilton and is unable to even name the departments in the Attorney General’s office.

And the Left Wing Nut Blogs that claim Cuccinelli is Beelzebub in the flesh are foolish partisan hacks that only care the Cuccinelli has an “R” after his name. They have absolutely no credibility and show themselves as nothing more than laughable partisan hacks.

About Tom White

Tom is a US Navy Veteran, owns an Insurance Agency and is currently an IT Manager for a Virginia Distributor. He has been published in American Thinker, currently writes for the Richmond Examiner as well as Virginia Right! Blog. Tom lives in Hanover County, Va and is involved in politics at every level and is a Recovering Republican who has finally had enough of the War on Conservatives in progress with the Leadership of the GOP on a National Level.

12 Responses to “Ken Cuccinelli Makes Democrats Wet Their Pants”

  1. John Boddie says:

    Ken is the best choice and it has nothing to do with liberal or conservative. Frankly, I don't want an AG who places himself in an ideological camp.

  2. john says:

    Cuccinnelli is without a dought a misleading hack lawyer with absolutely NO prosecutorial qulifications whatsoever. This socialogical lawmaker WILL inflict all of [HIS] moral pepetudes on all Virginia Citizens.His agendas are clearly for personal gain not for the good of the commonwhealth.

  3. john says:

    Cuccinnelli is without a dought a misleading hack lawyer with absolutely NO prosecutorial qulifications whatsoever. This socialogical lawmaker WILL inflict all of [HIS] moral pepetudes on all Virginia Citizens.His agendas are clearly for personal gain not for the good of the commonwhealth.

  4. Tom White says:

    See. That is the pants wetting, hand wringing, mouth frothing I was talking about.

    Remember when you said the same things about Gilmore, AG McDonnell and Governor McDonnell?

    Didn’t happen.

    But I do find your hysteria amusing.

  5. Tom White says:

    See. That is the pants wetting, hand wringing, mouth frothing I was talking about.

    Remember when you said the same things about Gilmore, AG McDonnell and Governor McDonnell?

    Didn’t happen.

    But I do find your hysteria amusing.

  6. Jonathan Scott says:

    I disagree with the assessment that Couch is the best qualified. Of course he is the only option on the ballot for Republicans, but if one is far minded and objective it is easily demonstrated that he is not one with the background and temperment for the AG position. This was purely a politcal nomination. I heard none fo these criticism lodged at Bob or some previous AG’s and candidates in large part because of their courtroom experience. I will support Couch and have met him a few times but the support in large part is not because I feel he is qualified but more about supporting the Bob ticket down ballot. I believe the AG is a unique position that unfortunately has been overly politicized in the last two decades. Fact is Couch is all we got at this point, social conservatism aside. People on the left are not as much concerned IMHO about today, but the fact that if he wins he could be in line with to have abattle with Bolling after Bob completes his term and then runs for the Senate.

  7. Jonathan Scott says:

    I disagree with the assessment that Couch is the best qualified. Of course he is the only option on the ballot for Republicans, but if one is far minded and objective it is easily demonstrated that he is not one with the background and temperment for the AG position. This was purely a politcal nomination. I heard none fo these criticism lodged at Bob or some previous AG’s and candidates in large part because of their courtroom experience. I will support Couch and have met him a few times but the support in large part is not because I feel he is qualified but more about supporting the Bob ticket down ballot. I believe the AG is a unique position that unfortunately has been overly politicized in the last two decades. Fact is Couch is all we got at this point, social conservatism aside. People on the left are not as much concerned IMHO about today, but the fact that if he wins he could be in line with to have abattle with Bolling after Bob completes his term and then runs for the Senate.

  8. Scott says:

    cuccineli is a NUT! 200 times. That’s how many times repugnicans have used “deem and pass” in the last 10 years.

    Majority Rules. President Obama has a mandate. Americans want Health Care Reform NOW!

    Mission Accomplished.

    (and remember, bush let terrorists attack America on 9/11)

  9. dee says:

    Get your head out of the sand Scott—-

  10. Scott says:

    My head is WAY above the ground, and I see very clearly. Remember that republikkans were the ones who wanted the “individual mandate (fact)” in the first place. They got what they want, and now they’re running scared.

    republikkkans want something for nothing. It cannot be.

    Thank GOD we have a Real Man in the White House for a change.

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