Cooch Tries to Make a Joke About Osama and “Virginans” — FAILS!


    WTF? Is this guy seriously our state’s Attorney General and a hero of conservatives across America? This “joke” – “Virginans” a clever play on words about “virgins,” it appears – by Ken Kookinelli for real?  I mean, this is about as juvenile, in a Beavis and Butthead way, as you can get. “Heh, I said “Virginans” – heh heh heh.” How pathetic, what an embarrassment this guy has been and continues to be, with his war on science, his effort to cover up the breast on Virginia’s state seal, etc. Where on earth did Republicans find this freak, and how on earth did he ever get elected to anything, let alone AG?!?

    P.S. Cooch is now in serious competition – with Condoleezza Rice, among others – for THE single stupidest comment made by any public figure since Osama bin Laden was killed. Not surprising, in fact I was waiting for Cooch to open his mouth on this and expecting something completely nuts, stupid, or both. And check it out, he didn’t disappoint!

    • Pain

      It’s a joke made by Robin Williams in an HBO special [I think] aired shortly after 9-11, referring to the hi-jackers.

      And yeah, politicians should leave comedy to the comedians.

    • that the Cooch wishes he were losing his Virginianity to Osama bin Laden?

    • libra

      One dozen Virginians were sufficient to lay Osama to rest, but the Cuckoo needs six dozen? Perchance we could provide? Though, for a much married and self avowed Christian, it’s a peculiar request, to say the least.  

    • aznew

      In an hilarious post entitled, “Ken Cuccinelli Wants To Be One Of Bin Laden’s 72 Virgins, For Some Reason,” Linkins explains that the tweet was a reference to an old joke that apparently made the rounds on the Intertubes some time ago (joke is below).

      But the point remains. First, Cuccinelli should learn to check his spelling more carefully — this is a kind of embarrassing error.

      But second, this is a childish response to a serious matter, a reminder for all of us that the AG may be an ideologue with power, but he is not a serious person.

      Whatever Cuccinelli’s intent, this is one of those things that subjects not only him, but the entire Commonwealth, to ridicule.

      Anyway, the joke:

      After getting nailed by a Daisy Cutter, Osama made his way

      to the pearly gates. There, he is greeted by George Washington.

      “How dare you attack the nation I helped conceive!” yells Mr.

      Washington, slapping Osama in the face.

      Patrick Henry comes up from behind. “You wanted to end the

      Americans’ liberty, so they gave you death!” Henry punches

      Osama on the nose.

      James Madison comes up next, and says “This is why I allowed

      the Federal government to provide for the common defense!”

      He drops a large weight on Osama’s knee.

      Osama is subject to similar beatings from John Randolph of

      Roanoke, James Monroe, and 65 other people who have the

      same love for liberty and America. As he writhes on the ground,

      Thomas Jefferson picks him up to hurl him back toward the gate

      where he is to be judged.

      As Osama awaits his journey to his final very hot destination,

      he screams “This is not what I was promised!”

      An angel replies “I told you there would be 72 Virginians

      waiting for you. What did you think I said?”

    • Pain

      Or what I assume was the origin of the internet joke.

      I won’t link directly to the you tube Robin Williams video, but it’s easy to find: