Monday, September 16, 2013

Cuccinelli admits he has many more conflicts of interest

In a recent interview with AP reporter Bob Lewis, Virginia's Attorney General Ken Cuccinelli said the following:
"If I was going to run for re-election as attorney general, there's more absolute direct conflicts that people could be concerned about than running for governor,'' Cuccinelli said. "I mean, I'm running to go from lawyer to client."
In other words, Cuccinelli is too corrupt to run for another term as attorney general, but he has just the right amount of corruption to be governor, and he'd like the taxpayers of Virginia to pay for his legal bills.

Read Bob Lewis' "Cuccinelli pays a political price for remaining AG" in its entirety at the website of the Loudoun Times.

Here's video of a previous encounter between Lewis and Cuccinelli.

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