Dear Ken (Cuccinelli), thanks for screwing up Virginia for GOP

Ken Cuccinelli lost a campaign he should have easily won thanks to an out of touch campaign

Well, here we go again. GOP candidate Ken Cuccinelli loses the Virginia governor’s race he should have easily won. Why? Like Mitt Romney he ran an out of touch campaign. Virginians didn’t want to hear anymore about Obamacare, which is crashing and burning on its own head. They also didn’t want to hear about merits of the government shutdown. Virginians in what used to be an historically red state wanted to hear about job creating and economy boosting policies. Democrat fundraiser Terry McAuliffe, who never held elected office, won the Virginia gubernatorial race because he ran against Cuccinelli’s bad campaign.

Dear Ken,

It is nobody’s fault but yours you lost. If you lost by a slim margin, you could have won by a slim margin. Stop blaming everybody under the sun. First like Romney, you, Ken, ignored the black and woman vote. You won 56% of the white vote compared to Democrat Terry McAuliffe who won 36%. If you had bothered to campaign in black communities and ask for the black vote, you, Dear Ken, probably could have won more than the 8% black vote and won the election.

But McAuliffe won 90% of the black and 51% of woman vote compared to your 40%.

How many times will GOP candidates like you and Mitt have to lose the minority vote, the growing share of the US population, before the party will finally get it?

Blaming the independent candidate Robert Sarvis holds no weight either. If you were a formidable candidate with a clear message, nearly 7% of Virginians would not have voted for Sarvis. You also would have raised more money if Virginians felt your message was compelling. You should have resigned as Attorney General because you had a conflict of interest in investigating the over $200,000 in gifts Governor Bob McDonnell received from Star Scientific’s Jonnie Williams because you too, Dear Ken, received $18,000 in gifts from Williams.

Ken, you wanted to have your cake and eat it too and in the end, you have no cake!

Regards,

Republicans Tired of Losing

P.S. Also, note to Ken and every other GOP white male politician: stop talking about women’s health issues. It is a losing message for the party. While the economy was and is still in the tank, you and other Republicans in Virginia’s General Assembly, said “hey, now’s a great time to push the 2012 transvaginal sonogram requirement for abortions, along with the person-hood bill.” Really? I mean Really?

GOP lamebrains, let conservative women talk about women’s health. You can be pro-life but spend your energies encouraging non-profits, churches and other groups to educate women that abortion isn’t the first line of defense for an unplanned pregnancy. Women can have the baby, keep it or give it up for adoption.

Thanks Ken for screwing things up for GOP in 2016. You gave Hillary a pathway to the WH in 2016 via Virginia. “She’s got a ticket to ride.”

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7 Responses to “Dear Ken (Cuccinelli), thanks for screwing up Virginia for GOP”

  1. James says:

    @CBC Hopefully you want ban this posting like you did the one were I criticize you for not writing a piece honoring legacy and sacrifice of African American Veterans on Veterans Day. That posting was never posted, but you let that clown from right sightings spew his/her vile hate toward the African American community, yet you are silent.

    The title of this posting should have been Dear VA State GOP Convention Thanks for Saving VA from nut case Cooch and Looney Tunes E.W. Jackson. In typical GOP fashion that picked an unqualified snake oil salesman in E.W. Jackson, who just happened to be African American. They assumed his nomination would appeal to African Americans and gain the respect of the Black community. In fact, after the VA state GOP Convention, GOP wingnuts started singing Jackson’s praise by referring to Jackson as, “…someone with instant credibility within the black community.” Boy was were they wrong.

    The GOP is happy with the out of sight out mind role minorities and women play in their party, case in point Crystal you will never get a contract to do GOP African American outreach.

    Oh, BTW, plenty of Republican, church-going women get abortions. Married ones, too. But at least you understand that overturning Roe v. Wade will mean supporting more unwanted children. Good luck convincing your anti-contraception, anti-abortion, theocrat brethren of that.

  2. James says:

    @CBC so you are blocking my posting now

  3. James says:

    @CBC Hopefully you want ban this posting like you did the one were I criticize you for not writing a piece honoring legacy and sacrifice of African American Veterans on Veterans Day. That posting was never posted, but you let that clown from right sightings spew his/her vile hate toward the African American community, yet you are silent.

    The title of this posting should have been Dear VA State GOP Convention Thanks for Saving VA from nut case Cooch and Looney Tunes E.W. Jackson. In typical GOP fashion that picked an unqualified snake oil salesman in E.W. Jackson, who just happened to be African American. They assumed his nomination would appeal to African Americans and gain the respect of the Black community. In fact, after the VA state GOP Convention, GOP wingnuts started singing Jackson’s praise by referring to Jackson as, “…someone with instant credibility within the black community.” Boy was were they wrong.

    The GOP is happy with the out of sight out mind role minorities and women play in their party, case in point Crystal you will never get a contract to do GOP African American outreach.

    Oh, BTW, plenty of Republican, church-going women get abortions. Married ones, too. But at least you understand that overturning Roe v. Wade will mean supporting more unwanted children. Good luck convincing your anti-contraception, anti-abortion, theocrat brethren of that.

  4. uptownsteve says:

    Noel, I’ll stop insulting Crystal and any other bottomdwelling porch monkey black conservatives when they stop trying to insult the intelligence of black America. You tell me why should any intelligent, self respecting black American support the GOP when the GOP tell us to our faces they don’t want our support? Why should the GOP be instructed or cajoled into campaigning for black votes? Aren’t we citizens and taxpayers?

  5. Pam says:

    i also blame the government shut down. if Ted Cruz had believed his own rhetoric, (and the truth), he would have been content to sit back and wait for the Obamacare train wreck. Instead, he diverted attention to himself, to the pain of the shutdown, and off the Liar in Chief.

  6. Noel says:

    Up-your-ass steve, I mean, uptownsteve, when are you going to stop insulting Crystal?

    Please tell us where this place for an intelligent black person is?

  7. uptownsteve says:

    Aunt Jemammy, I mean, Crystal, when are you going to get it through your buckshotted head that the GOP doesn’t want the black vote, and will not campaign for it even if they lose every election for the next ten years. The modern GOP is grounded in racism and xenophobia and fools and hustlers like you pretend that it is a place for any intelligent black person.

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