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Ken Cuccinelli, Virginia's Republican nominee for governor, isn't going to let a bunch of women and senior citizens push him around:
Ken Cuccinelli Monday dismissed a proposed AARP Virginia and League of Women Voters gubernatorial debate as a "left wing, stacked" affair, one week after he missed a deadline to sign on as a participant in the forum.
And besides, Cuccinelli said:
Well, you've got MSNBC as the proposed folks running it.
Now you might be saying to yourself, (self), but I thought it was being put on by the League of Women Voters and AARP and was being moderated by CBS' Norah O'Donnell. And you would be correct. But that doesn't change the fact that Norah O'Donnell once worked for MSNBC, so, ipso facto, you have a "left wing, stacked" debate. Case closed. (Plus that whole missing the deadline thing, but that's beside the point.)
The point is, Cuccinelli only wants to talk to real Virginians about the issues, not to a bunch of ... uh ... Virginians. So he won't. Problem solved.