Cuccinelli Does Not Deserve to Serve in Public Office
Posted in the Chesterfield Forum
#1 Sep 11, 2013
Mr. Cuccinelli is as sleazy as they can get concerning the scandal about giving and receiving gifts. Governor McDonald at least gave the money back to Jonnie Williams promptly, which means he can't take it off his taxes
Cuccinelli on the other hand donates $18,000.00 to a local charity which is a mere pittance of his wealth so he can take it off his taxes. In his case Cuccinelli gives to get something back--in essence an indian giver. And on top of that Richmond lawyer, Richard Cullen is listed as a board member of the charity to whom Cuccinelli is donating that $18,000.00. Mr. Cullen gave Cuccinelli almost $10,000 for his governor’s race. Don’t you smell “conflict of interest”?
On the other hand Governor McDonald to be honest and sincere gives the money back immediately to clear his name and honor, losing a chance to reduce his taxes.
Mr. Cuccinelli only cares about what he can back--not a good trait for someone either occupying public office or seeking one. Unfortunately too many of our politicians are of that caliber and we certainly don't need anymore
And veterans can we forget the fact during the voter ID scandal how Mr. Cuccinelli felt about our troops serving overseas that if they died after they cast their vote it shouldn’t be counted. This shows how unpatriotic the man is to deny to those who deserve to have their counted above all others, not to have that right.
This man has pure evil in his heart and will unleash it upon the people of this state if elected. If you vote for him people of Virginia you will deserve what you get and what you get you will not like.
#2 Sep 11, 2013
I would like to add one more fact to Karen's response about the veterans not having their vote counted if in battle they were killed.
What Karen failed to point out it was everybody's vote wouldn't be counted if they died after they cast their vote--no matter what. If you died in a car accident, had a heart attack or whatever your vote wouldn't count.
It's strange how it was hushed up afterwards--pro¬bably the Republicans saw the lunacy of such an action and hushed Cuccinelli up and even the cowardly spineless Democrats failed to seize on this opportunity.
I would not vote for someone with the mentality of a tyrant trying to away our voting rights guaranteed under our Constitution.
A man such as this does not deserve to serve in any public office and I hope the people of Virginia remember this fact when they vote.
#3 Sep 11, 2013
We have a clear choice.....and it ain't Cuccinelli. Tar and feather that vagabond. The nerve of that dumpster diver wanting to whittle away your voting rights. Beware....the man is bad news and the whole republican ticket.
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