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Cuccinelli who once had high hopes of clinging to the coat tails of the once popular Bob McDonnell, now sees the only hope for being elected Governor of Virgina by turning on his mentor.

Hat tip to Jean Anne Esselink at The New Civil Rights Movement for bringing this to our attention.

Now the mutual admiration society has disbanded. Calling it a “stunning development” Chuck Todd reported on MSNBC’s Daily Rundown this morning that Ken Cuccinelli has attacked grifter governor Bob McDonnell in an attempt to rescue his own floundering campaign for Governor.
The wheels are coming off the Cuccinelli bus.
A new Quinnipiac poll that has Cuccinelli down 6 points to Democrat Terry McAuliffe, seems to have spooked The Cooch.
Trying to deflect attention from your own shortcomings is not going to win any votes. Terry McAuliffe has to be salivating.
Late last week Cuccinelli released a new TV ad called “Facts”, in which he claimed credit that he “personally launched the investigation into Bob McDonnell and called for reform to strengthen ethics laws.” The ad fails to mention Cuccinelli also took $18,000 from Bob McDonnell’s sugar daddy. No doubt just an oversight.
I think I'll go pop some popcorn and get it ready to pass around.

Originally posted to Vegas Dave on Mon Aug 26, 2013 at 01:28 PM PDT.

Also republished by Virginia Kos.

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