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Washington Post Bigots Attack Cuccinelli and Religion

Senator Ken Cuccinelli

Senator Ken Cuccinelli


The Washington Post’s Editorial Mr. Cuccinelli’s Bigotry exposes, not Senator Cuccinelli’s bigotry, but the Washington Post editorial writer’s own bigotry. And contempt. The proper way to address a Senator is, well, Senator.

To attack and ridicule a person for their religious beliefs is bigotry. The Editorial staff at the Post will never endorse or accept a candidate that believes in God and acts in accordance with his faith.

This editorial is proof that the Washington Post’s anti religious bias extends to all people of faith that find morality an important component of their lives.

Muslims also believe homosexuality is wrong. If Cuccinelli were part of the Islamic Community and held these same convictions one would assume that the Post writers would also find their faith based beliefs “extremist”.

It would appear that the Post’s ignorant bigotry is especially aroused by Catholics.

The relentless attack on Bob McDonnell’s thesis from 20 years ago is but another example of this anti-religious bias and bigotry that has infected the Washington Post.

From the Editorial:

As a lawmaker in Richmond, he has displayed contempt for non-English speakers; for those who care about global warming; and for the First Amendment.

Cuccinelli’s Italian heritage may be why he has contempt for non-English speakers, right? None of his ancestors are non-English speaking. Perhaps his maternal Irish genes make him a bigot.

And Global Warming? Get real. Most of us have seen the truth and understand that Global Warming is a hoax. If all man-made CO2 were stopped world-wide, it would take 33 years to drop the temperature 1 degree Fahrenheit. The minuscule amount that “Warmers” want to spend trillions of dollars and lose millions of dollars on would have absolutely no effect except to expand government control over our lives and line the pockets of evil capitalists like Al Gore.

Perhaps the Post’s fear of Cuccinelli on First Amendment issues has more to do with their desire to continue spewing their anti-religious bigotry and hatred. You have more to fear from the recently passed Hate Crime legislation than from Cuccinelli.

The Post also says:

Many of his fellow Republicans regard him as occupying the far-right fringe of the party, the ultimate small tenter.

Perhaps you misunderstand the new location of the Republican tent. Most realize the left wing fringe is the radical portion of the party. Take a look at the NY-23 race to see where the Republican tent is presently moving to. Cuccinelli is right in the center. Left leaning Republicans with the watered down Conservative message are proven losers. While it is obviously your mission to pull the Republican Party to the left, the motion of the party and the country is decidedly to the right.

The more immediate concern is this: If he is elected attorney general, Mr. Cuccinelli would drive away qualified lawyers from an office that functions as the state government’s law firm, and, given his bizarre ideas, he would very likely become an embarrassment for the commonwealth.

If these “qualified lawyers” suffer any discrimination working for Attorney General Cuccinelli, are you so ignorant that you believe a “qualified lawyer” is not competent enough to bring a discrimination lawsuit against Cuccinelli? If so, then they are not very qualified, are they?

And the only “embarrassment” Virginian’s are likely to suffer over the next four years is from an out of state Newspaper with an anti-religious bias for Muslims and Catholics.

Perhaps if you hired a few Virginian’s to write for your editorial staff your viewpoint would have more validity. As it is, not a single editorial writer lives in Virginia or pays taxes in Virginia.

You are all outsiders spewing your bigotry and hatred across the boarder. While your endorsements were unarguably effective with Democrats in the primary, they are not meaningful to Virginians in a general election.

And remember, after the expected major losses in Virginia, Democrats will be looking to blame someone. Anyone but President Obama (the real reason for the landslide).

Your primary endorsement of Creigh Deeds was no doubt the reason the voters nominated him.

You will be in the Democratic cross-hairs. Your bigotry is directly responsible for your continued marginalization and status as the radical left wing mouthpiece of the Democratic Party.

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.

6 Responses to “Washington Post Bigots Attack Cuccinelli and Religion”

  1. Bigvinu says:

    Tom,

    Imagine if an openly gay (and flamboyant at that) man were to run for Attorney General and promised “Gay retribution” on straights. What if he then advocated on insinuating public school children watch 1 gay marriage video a month? What if he then won?

    The point is that the office of Attorney General is to uphold the laws, not impose your will on them. The law is the law is the law is the law. We can’t have an Attorney General deviate from that. That is the way I hope Senator Cuccinelli doesn’t win.

    On a different note, I also don’t like Steve Shannon because he doesn’t even seem to grasp what the job of Attorney General IS (Don’t know if you saw that debate clip of Senator Cuccinelli asking Delegate Shannon if he knew what the Attorney General did).

  2. Bigvinu says:

    Tom,

    Imagine if an openly gay (and flamboyant at that) man were to run for Attorney General and promised “Gay retribution” on straights. What if he then advocated on insinuating public school children watch 1 gay marriage video a month? What if he then won?

    The point is that the office of Attorney General is to uphold the laws, not impose your will on them. The law is the law is the law is the law. We can’t have an Attorney General deviate from that. That is the way I hope Senator Cuccinelli doesn’t win.

    On a different note, I also don’t like Steve Shannon because he doesn’t even seem to grasp what the job of Attorney General IS (Don’t know if you saw that debate clip of Senator Cuccinelli asking Delegate Shannon if he knew what the Attorney General did).

  3. Tom White says:

    You are confusing the man’s personal beliefs and religious convictions with his duties in office. Ken has never said, nor has he ever, tried to impose his views on others.

    What ticks me off is that it has somehow become OK to declare open season on people’s religious views. Especially Christians. This is simply not acceptable to me. For the Post to call Ken a bigot because he believes the same way the Catholic Church does is itself, bigotry.

    Gay is a choice.

    Most Conservative Republicans really are not interested in what goes on in people’s bedrooms. We are interested when people try to tell us our beliefs are somehow bigoted and wrong and we must accept what the Bible teaches is wrong.

    I think you know what would happen if an AG wanted to show a pro gay film in class. Do I need to remind you of the Obama school speech?

    Cuccinelli has far more interest in far more important issues than gays.

    Do you know how many lawyers argue cases for people that they absolutely despise, and win? Attorneys are quite capable of doing their job without consideration of their personal beliefs.

    Attorney General Cuccinelli will uphold the laws of the Commonwealth. Don’t believe the hype. He’s going to be great.

    I did see the debate. Shannon is hitting Cuccinelli in Tidewater pretty hard on the Phil Hamilton issue. Ken could be called on to prosecute this case. Shannon has already screwed up the case should he win.

    I do believe Steve has not done his homework on the AG job. And the fact that Hamilton’s opponent gave Shannon $52,000 might just have a little to do with why he attacked Hamilton.

  4. Tom White says:

    You are confusing the man’s personal beliefs and religious convictions with his duties in office. Ken has never said, nor has he ever, tried to impose his views on others.

    What ticks me off is that it has somehow become OK to declare open season on people’s religious views. Especially Christians. This is simply not acceptable to me. For the Post to call Ken a bigot because he believes the same way the Catholic Church does is itself, bigotry.

    Gay is a choice.

    Most Conservative Republicans really are not interested in what goes on in people’s bedrooms. We are interested when people try to tell us our beliefs are somehow bigoted and wrong and we must accept what the Bible teaches is wrong.

    I think you know what would happen if an AG wanted to show a pro gay film in class. Do I need to remind you of the Obama school speech?

    Cuccinelli has far more interest in far more important issues than gays.

    Do you know how many lawyers argue cases for people that they absolutely despise, and win? Attorneys are quite capable of doing their job without consideration of their personal beliefs.

    Attorney General Cuccinelli will uphold the laws of the Commonwealth. Don’t believe the hype. He’s going to be great.

    I did see the debate. Shannon is hitting Cuccinelli in Tidewater pretty hard on the Phil Hamilton issue. Ken could be called on to prosecute this case. Shannon has already screwed up the case should he win.

    I do believe Steve has not done his homework on the AG job. And the fact that Hamilton’s opponent gave Shannon $52,000 might just have a little to do with why he attacked Hamilton.

  5. Bigvinu says:

    You’re absolutely right. It’s not acceptable to go open season on personal views, as long as Senator Cuccienlli can make it clear that is personal opinions will not conflict with his duties as Attorney General.

    However, when Senator Cuccienlli says (something along the lines of) that homosexuality is wrong and policies should be tweaked to reflect that, that has me worried. America (and more specifically, Virginia) is built on personal freedoms. As Attorney General, it will be Ken Cuccinelli (let’s face it, the man will win) duty to protect rights, be they Gun-Right, the rights of Homosexuals (while marriage is not one of them in Virginia, it is not appropriate to call open season on homosexuals), and various other right.

    In reality, the AG office should be the least partisan of the three state-wide offices. It’s pretty clear cut in that it’s meant to be a constitutional check on the Governor and Legislature to ensure that the constitution is followed and that the rights of the Commonwealth should not be imposed upon. However, it’s somehow become a pretty partisan job in it’s own right.

  6. Bigvinu says:

    You’re absolutely right. It’s not acceptable to go open season on personal views, as long as Senator Cuccienlli can make it clear that is personal opinions will not conflict with his duties as Attorney General.

    However, when Senator Cuccienlli says (something along the lines of) that homosexuality is wrong and policies should be tweaked to reflect that, that has me worried. America (and more specifically, Virginia) is built on personal freedoms. As Attorney General, it will be Ken Cuccinelli (let’s face it, the man will win) duty to protect rights, be they Gun-Right, the rights of Homosexuals (while marriage is not one of them in Virginia, it is not appropriate to call open season on homosexuals), and various other right.

    In reality, the AG office should be the least partisan of the three state-wide offices. It’s pretty clear cut in that it’s meant to be a constitutional check on the Governor and Legislature to ensure that the constitution is followed and that the rights of the Commonwealth should not be imposed upon. However, it’s somehow become a pretty partisan job in it’s own right.

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