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03/19/2010

Video: VA tourism board officially begins wondering how they'll salvage state slogan

by Jeremy Hooper

And now this from the Attorney General -- that's of civil law, mind you -- of our nation's twelfth most populous state:

Oh, and by "acts" he doesn't mean our dramatic readings of Death Of A Salesman. He's talking about our lives and love, folks.

Let's just hope he doesn't ever become Surgeon General. We'd hate to have warning labels forcibly tattooed onto our asses.

Cuccinelli: Gay "Acts" Are a Detriment to Society [Right Wing Watch]

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I didn't realize that when I worked at the headquarters of one Virginia's largest Fortune 500 companies, I wasn't integrated into society. And I guess when I went down the street to Freddie's Bar & Grille, nobody in that gay bar was integrated into society, either.

Who else doesn't fit into Cuccinelli's mold? Orphans? Single parents? Mentally / physically handicapped people? They all have a tough time integrating into society. Fact is - EVERYONE has to work at integrating into society, because everyone is different in some way.

Posted by: DN | Mar 19, 2010 5:53:02 PM

What is this distinction between the "practice of Homosexuality" that the interviewer asks about and the "acts" that the Attorney General refers to that "the assembly seems to be wrestling with every year?"
Was that just gibberish or did he have a point besides the obviously false "gays aren't integrated into society."

Posted by: Kearne Fey | Mar 19, 2010 8:29:06 PM

Based on the fact that these guys seem always to suggest that bestiality should be legalized, I would suggest to them that, "Virginia is for Farm Animal Lovers!"

Posted by: Dick Mills | Mar 19, 2010 9:05:09 PM

Virginia is for racist heterosexual white men who want to own women as property and believe in the flying spaghetti monster. That's the group Cuccinelli was referring to when he said "society".

Posted by: Mykelb | Mar 19, 2010 11:11:58 PM

You did see that Robin Readytorumble McGeehee, she who cuffed Daniel Choi to the WH fence (per his request) and was arrested with him... will take the GET EQUAL Demo squad to Cuccinelli's door on March 23!! Let's go GET EQUAL!

Posted by: LOrion | Mar 20, 2010 2:07:46 PM

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