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Cuccinelli and Jackson: Divisive Rhetoric That Reflects an Extreme Agenda

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From the Democratic Party of Virginia:

Ken Cuccinelli Yesterday: “E.W. Jackson, who has been a powerful, powerful fighter and communicator for first principles”

 

KEN CUCCINELLI

 

 

E.W. JACKSON

 

 

“When you look at the homosexual agenda, I cannot support something that I believe brings nothing but self-destruction, not only physically but of their soul.” [Washington Post, 2/05/08]

 

 

“Their minds are perverted, they’re frankly very sick people psychologically, mentally and emotionally and they see everything through the lens of homosexuality.” [Americans for Truth Radio, 10/19/12]

 

 

“Start right at the beginning, slavery. Today, abortion. You know, history has shown us what the right position was.” [WJLA, 3/19/13]

 

 

 

“I wholeheartedly support the comparison of abortion with slavery.” [Jackson for Lieutenant Governor, 3/29/13]

 

 

“We’re going to have an example of what tyranny means when it’s played to its logical conclusion because forcing business owners and businesses to do this is not consistent with our history of preserving religious liberty…My local bishop said ‘Well, you know I told a group I’m ready to go to jail’ and I said ‘Bishop, don’t take this personally, you need to go to jail.’” [Politico, 1/10/13]

 

 

Democrats “trample the conscience of Christian health care organizations and force them to give out abortion pills.” [E.W. Jackson Radio Message for Christians, accessed 5/19/13]

 

 

“You know, the speculation is Kenya. And that doesn’t seem beyond the realm of possibility.” [Politico, 3/15/10]

 

 

“Obama clearly has Muslim sensibilities. He sees the world and Israel from a Muslim perspective.” [S.T.A.N.D., blog, 4/9/10]

 

 

“Homosexual acts are wrong. They’re intrinsically wrong.” [Virginian Pilot Editorial, 10/26/09]

 

 

“This is wrong, it is immoral, it is perverse.” [Americans for Truth Radio, 10/19/12]

 

 

Cuccinelli and others worry recent protests on the topic are part of an overall strategy by homosexuals, who he thinks plan to “dismantle sodomy laws” and “get education about homosexuals and AIDS in public schools.” [Washington Times, 2/19/04] 

 

 

“These people are out to transform the culture. And they believe that sexuality is how everybody ought to be defined.” [Faith 2 Action Radio, via GoodAsYou.org, 4/6/10]

 

 

Ken Cuccinelli, the Republican Attorney General of Virginia, agreed with WMAL radio host Cheri Jacobus Tuesday when she insinuated that President Obama may have illegitimately won the election through lenient voting laws. [MSNBC, 11/27/12]

 

 

“Join us on the Conservative Emergency Task Force Conference Call for a discussion of impeachment of President” [Jackson for Senate, Facebook, 11/27/12]

 

 

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