Red Faced 

"If Ken Cuccinelli ekes out a win for governor, it will be spun as a mandate for the arch-conservative policies he’s embraced since 2010."

Virginia Attorney General Ken Cuccinelli bears more resemblance to an Aaron Sorkin-written, straw-man Republican, or a legend that feminists tell each other while holding flashlights under their chins, than an actual three-dimensional human being. Since assuming office in 2010 he's been…

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