The Cruz-ing, Lee-ing and Palin-ing of Ken Cuccinelli
Well, folks, how does it feel to be called stupid, crazy, extremist, racist, and terroristic for standing firm for values and principles that most Americans have held and continue to hold dear? Such are the rantings coming from liberal media and Washington elites about the Tea Party.
Word on the political street is that GOP polling has tanked because Republicans foolishly listened to the wacko Tea Party, led by toxic idiots Ted Cruz, Mike Lee, and Sarah Palin.
So to win an approving pat on the head from D.C. elites and the liberal media, conservative politicians and the Tea Party must offer their unconditional surrender to Obama's socialist/progressive "fundamental transformation of America" agenda. And for good measure, the Tea Party must abandon their friends Ted Cruz, Mike Lee, and Sarah Palin, burning them in effigy.
Regrettably, too many politicians on our side have drunk the Kool-Aid, abandoning conservatism in hope of winning a little love from liberals.
This is why Republican gubernatorial candidate Ken Cuccinelli's rock-solid conservative platform is extremely courageous.
Readers of my articles are well aware of how much I believe that character matters when electing leaders. Awarding great power to someone who lacks a conscience is insane. Had the liberal media paid more attention to Obama's character rather than insisting that his skin color exempts him from the standard vetting process, America would not be in a mess that threatens the vision of our founding fathers.
For those of you who still think character does not matter, check out this list of ways Obama tried to inflict unnecessary pain on the American people -- using them as mere pawns, as acceptable collateral damage in his vendetta to destroy his nemeses: the Republicans and the Tea Party.
Despite all the bad press, and despite the administration and its liberal media cheering section all pounding on their chests in victory like King Kong, the Cruz, Lee, and Palin revolt against ObamaCare reignited the Tea Party. Patriots are fired up!
Electing Ken Cuccinelli governor of Virginia will put another desperately needed fighter on the front lines to stop ObamaCare.
Fighting ObamaCare from the beginning, Cuccinelli was the first attorney general in the nation to file a lawsuit to have ObamaCare ruled unconstitutional by the courts.
Cuccinelli's stellar political record speaks for itself. Here are a few little-known facts which further illustrate the character of the man.
Thomas Haynesworth is a wrongfully accused black man who spent 27 years in jail for three rapes. New DNA testing technology proved Hayesworth innocent of one of the rapes and revealed the guilt of a lookalike. No DNA was available from the other two rapes. Upon reviewing the evidence, Cuccinelli believed that Haynesworth was innocent and went to bat for him, which won Governor McDonnell's support for Haynesworth's parole. However, Haynesworth would still be branded as a registered sex offender and have to report to a parole officer.
Such injustice was unacceptable to Cuccinelli. Again he went to bat for Haynesworth by going to the VA Court of Appeals and argued for Haynesworth's innocence. The Court of Appeals found Haynesworth innocent of the two crimes, despite the lack of DNA evidence.
But wait, but wait...how could this tale of compassion and determination to seek justice for an innocent black man be true? Haven't we been told that all white conservative Republicans are secretly members of the KKK?
With the Virginia election for governor less than two weeks away, the Democrats continue to spend millions spreading lies about Cuccinelli. One such lie claims that Cuccinelli is anti-woman. The truth is the polar opposite. Cuccinelli opposes the numerous infringements on our constitutional freedoms built in ObamaCare, which includes forcing taxpayers to fund abortions -- a government-mandated betrayal of citizens' religious convictions. Liberals have despicably spun Cuccinelli's opposition to ObamaCare to mean he hates women.
The truth is, Ken Cuccinelli has a proven track record of heroic advocacy for women. While in college at UVA, Cuccinelli was moved by a sexual assault on a female fellow student. He and a few others started a sexual assault awareness program, the Sexual Assault Fact and Education (SAFE) group.
Sex-trafficking of young girls is growing rapidly in Virginia and throughout America. As attorney general, Cuccinelli started from the ground up to make the VA AG's office the central hub of efforts, working with law enforcement agencies across VA, to crack down on sex-trafficking.
So here we go again, folks: a real stand-up guy fighting for the rights of We the People being trashed by the Democrats and their media buddies. They're attempting to Cruz, Lee, and Palin him as yet another conservative nutcase.
Please do not allow them to get away with it. This time, let's make sure the good guy wins.
Ken Cuccinelli for governor of Virginia.