Ken Cuccinelli, GOP candidate for Governor of Virginia, Wants To Ban Oral Sex
Thursday, July 18, 2013
Ken Cuccinelli wants to keep kids safe from sexual predators by banning oral and anal sex—between consenting adults. On a website his campaign just launched, Cuccinelli, the Republican candidate for governor in Virginia, paints himself as the only real protector of children, because of his efforts as Virginia attorney general to reinstate a law banning all naked fun-time acts besides vaginal intercourse.
Cuccinelli's claim is that only by reinstating the Crimes Against Nature law, which Cuccinelli dishonestly calls the "Anti-Child Predators Law," can the state of Virginia prosecute people who rape children. Never mind that rape is already illegal, child molestation is already illegal, and statutory rape is already illegal. His website says that a full 90 sexual predators may come off the sex offenders registry (the site is vague on how) if oral and anal sex isn't banned outright for everyone, a claim that hopefully will remind voters that enforcing such a law would mean that adults having consensual sex in their bedrooms could become "sex offenders" if they're caught.
Like his peers, Cuccinelli knows that you're supposed to come up with a reason these anti-sex measures aren't really about sex, but never has a man been so bad at maintaining a cover story. He swears that the law won't be enforced as written to prosecute consensual sex between adults, even though the Supreme Court ruling that made this type of ban unconstitutional, Lawrence v. Texas, was in fact about arresting a couple having consensual sex in private. Cuccinelli's "just trust me" argument is especially hollow in light of his past behavior, as reported by Think Progress:
In 2004, a bipartisan group in the Virginia General Assembly backed a bill that would have brought the law in line with the Supreme Court’s ruling. They proposed to eliminate the Crimes Against Nature law’s provisions dealing with consenting adults in private and leaving in place provisions relating to prostitution, public sex, and those other than consenting adults. Cuccinelli opposed the bill in committee and helped kill it on the Senate floor.
Oral sex is almost universal among sexually active adults. The Centers for Disease Control finds that nearly 82 percent of men and 80 percent of women ages 15-44 admit to having had it. The Kinsey Institute's research shows that nearly everyone who is having vaginal intercourse also admits to having oral sex. The very few who don't cop to this no doubt want to keep their jobs working for the Cuccinelli campaign.
Does Virginia have enough stupid people to vote this guy into the governor's office?
I'm sure he has plenty of supporters in the Lynchburg area, R8. In northern Virginia and Hampton Roads, not so much.
[quote]I'm sure he has plenty of supporters in the Lynchburg area
Not necessarily. The people in Falwell country may be the grodiest sluts in the state. Note how the country that downloads the biggest amount of gay porn is homophobic Pakistan. When they get behind closed doors...
R5. I wish I'd said that. In fact, I think I will!
It's almost like the GOP *wants* to lose elections, sometimes...
Let's hope more Republicans pick up this battle-cry and take their proposed oral sex ban nationwide!
This feels like a joke article. I can't fathom anything about it.
Good luck with that.
Did someone steal your thunder R11?
This country needs to get rid of these extremist lunatic right wingers, they are ruining this country. I despise all these Republican governors and the states that are overrun with them and their stupid, restrictive laws.
How much you want to bet this guy gets caught with child porn in a few years?
Out of one side of your mouth you say no teen pregnancies. Out of the other side you say 'no gobblin'. Does the 'no anal' law cover and protect us?
The UCMJ still bans performing oral sex.
Has Mr. Cuccinelli never received a blowjob before?
No wonder he's so bitter and repressed.
How do these people say these things with a straight face?
Yes. I think that should be the cornerstone of his platform.
Does this mean Ken Cuccinelli would have to suck off the Koch brothers in neighboring West Virginia?
[quote]How do these people say these things with a straight face?
He may not be straight.
Bishop Eddie Long
Is this making it a lot easier for the Democrats to win the Governorship of Virginia this November?
He will get 95% of the married women's vote.
R27, BS he will "get 95% of the married woman vote." Does that mean wives can't legally "be serviced" by their husbands either?
Anyone remember that very Christian wife, who shot her husband, the pastor's son and a pastor himself, because she claimed she was abused? Apparently he made her wear 6 inch heels while he fucked her in the ass, even though she said it "was unnatural" and against God's will. The jury let her off with a very light sentence.
What happened to the Repub creed of less government? Do they belong in people's bedrooms?
CDD has come to light, as discussed in other threads. Christian Domestic Discipline involves consensual agreement of husbands to spank their wives for misbehavior. Some say CDD advocates are using the Bible as an excuse for kinky S/M behavior. Guess S&M is still a legal alternative.
It's mind boggling that any adult not in a mental institution even thinks OF THESE THINGS!
What I can safely wager is that Ken Cuccinelli is a huge, deeply- closeted sick faggot.
What straight adult male exists who obsesses about gay sex as much as Ken Cuccinelli.
Rickie 'frothy' Santorum, r20!
I can't wait to see the tens of thousands of staff members who will police every adult and teen in Virginia waving their finger at them saying "Uh, uh uh. No! "Now cut that out! Bad, bad, BAD! Maybe they'll just cut out everyone's tongue and find a way seal off their mouths feeding everyone through a tube.
Also, you know how to stop shit like this...make sure to get out and vote in 2014 and get everyone you know to vote. Make them feel ashamed of not voting and make voting the coolest thing there is.
[quote]What straight adult male exists who obsesses about gay sex as much as Ken Cuccinelli.
R30's mention of Santorum is right. He can't be straight when he spends so much time thinking about and talking about gays.
[quote]What straight adult male exists who obsesses about gay sex as much as Ken Cuccinelli.
Bryan Fisher. The man is obsessed with gay sex. Its pretty much all the talks about. When asked if he had ever been attracted to men, he refused to answer.
"What happened to the Repub creed of less government? Do they belong in people's bedrooms?"
I don't understand how they can spew that "less government" shit with a straight face.
[quote]I don't understand how they can spew that "less government" shit with a straight face
When they say "less government" they dont mean for you and I. They mean it for business. It means less government so business can pollute, exploit and gouge the consumer.
I still don't get why he thinks banning adults from having oral sex will protect children
[quote]I still don't get why he thinks banning adults from having oral sex will protect children
He doesn't. He knows that is just a convenient excuse and something that will fool voters.
Well, I just broke Ken's law last night...sucked two dicks.
R41, won't you please think of the children?
Another gay faced self loathing HOMO !!
Democratic gubernatorial candidate Terry McAuliffe leads Republican Ken Cuccinelli by 9 percentage points among likely voters in a poll released Tuesday by the Wason Center for Public Policy at Christopher Newport University.
It’s the third poll within a week showing McAuliffe with a lead outside of the margin of error. McAuliffe led by 7 percentage points in a University of Mary Washington poll and 9 percentage points in a Politico survey.
Among likely voters, McAuliffe leads Cuccinelli 47 percent to 38 percent, the CNU poll found, but the edge shrinks to 43 percent to 38 percent among registered voters.
Libertarian nominee Robert C. Sarvis was backed by 8 percent of likely voters and 9 percent of registered voters.
In the race for lieutenant governor, the poll shows Sen. Ralph S. Northam, D-Norfolk, the Democratic nominee, leading Republican E.W. Jackson, 48 percent to 37 percent.
The race for attorney general was too close to call. Sen. Mark Herring, D-Loudoun, the Democratic nominee, received 45 percent, to 42 percent for Sen. Mark Obenshain, R-Harrisonburg, the Republican nominee. The result is within the survey’s margin of error of plus or minus 3.1 percentage points.
McAuliffe, a former Democratic National Committee chairman, is buoyed in part by a 12-point advantage among female voters over Cuccinelli, the state’s attorney general, and a lead of 16 percentage points among independents.
“McAuliffe appears to be opening up a sizable lead, with strength from key demographics,” said Quentin Kidd, director of the Wason Center for Public Policy.
McAuliffe leads in Northern Virginia by 28 percentage points and in the Richmond metro area by 7 percentage points. The two leading candidates are statistically tied in Southwest and Southside Virginia, traditionally red parts of the state where Republicans run up their margins.
But McAuliffe’s support among African-American voters is less than that of the last Democratic gubernatorial nominee, R. Creigh Deeds in 2009, and President Barack Obama in 2012, Kidd notes. He indicates that it could be attributed to Cuccinelli’s strength in Hampton Roads.
Cuccinelli leads in that region by 43 percent to 37 percent.
Only one debate remains between the gubernatorial candidates, on Oct. 24 at Virginia Tech.
“We believe this race remains very close,” said Cuccinelli campaign spokeswoman Anna Nix.
“With each passing day, Ken Cuccinelli’s candidacy is gaining momentum on the ground as more and more voters are learning that he is the only serious candidate in this race with credible plans to create 58,000 jobs and ensure that every Virginia child has the opportunity to obtain a quality education.”
McAuliffe’s campaign cited Cuccinelli’s appearance at a Family Foundation event in Richmond on Saturday where Sen. Ted Cruz, R-Texas, delivered the keynote address, saying it “reinforced what many voters already knew: Cuccinelli cares more about his reputation with the tea party than Virginia jobs impacted by the shutdown.”
“The more voters learn, the more they side with Terry’s bipartisan focus on jobs and against Cuccinelli’s divisive focus on tea party priorities,” said McAuliffe campaign spokesman Josh Schwerin.
The Wason Center surveyed 1,004 registered Virginia voters, including 886 likely voters, Oct. 1-6.
repubs want to police women's vaginas and everyone's bedrooms.
and they're the ones who complain about Big Government.
they don't even pay their fair share of taxes!
offshoring should be illegal!
so should benefiting from child slavery in third world countries!
Banning blow jobs is the surest way to make sure no one ever votes for you.
Actually, 46, it might win him the Frau vote. I don't think they like to "kiss it."
They really are the party of suicide.
yeah, giving blow jobs is not something women tend to like, and most men only like receiving them.
As the government shutdown continues, the GOP's favorable rating is now 28%, the lowest Gallup has measured for either party in its trend since 1992. The Democratic Party's favorability of 43% is down slightly from last month.
R47, R49, My very satisfied man is laughing at you and poor, sexually neglected and deprived Ken. Does he at least get handcuffed and really spanked in the bedroom? Does he engage in any other really kinky sexual practices?
It's the End Times!
In an interview Saturday with Jan Markell on the Christian radio program "Understanding the Times," Bachmann accused President Barack Obama of giving aid to terrorists. This, she says, is solid evidence that we have entered the Last Days.
"I’m a believer in Jesus Christ, as I look at the End Times scripture, this says to me that the leaf is on the fig tree and we are to understand the signs of the times, which is your ministry, we are to understand where we are in God’s end time history."
"the baton of global leadership has been passed by America to the Mullahs, the Marxist world, and other dark forces,"
“Rather than seeing this as a negative, we need to rejoice, Maranatha, come Lord Jesus, His day is at hand,” Bachmann said. “When we see up is down and right is called wrong, when this is happening, we were told this: that these days would be as the days of Noah.”