So much Cooch, so little time.

Whew!  It has been a busy week in Cooch World!  To start, earlier in the week: “a dozen legislators in the House of Delegates and state Senate recently wrote Cuccinelli, a Republican, urging him to step down as the previous six attorneys general did to pursue another elected office.”

The Cooch has been pretty adamant about his desire to cling to power with a death grip, but we appreciate the delegates who attempted to appeal to a more respectful and appropriate version of what an Attorney General should be.

 
THEN, The Cooch went on to compare his crusade against all things birth control to Martin Luther King’s life long fight against racial discrimination.  This little bit of news caused us to look up the term “God complex” and this is what Wikipedia says:
A god complex is an unshakable belief characterized by consistently inflated feelings of personal ability, privilege, or infallibility. A person with a god complex may refuse to admit the possibility of error or failure….or may regard personal opinions as unquestionably correct.[1][2] The individual may disregard the rules of society and require special consideration or privileges.

Sounds like The Cooch to us!

And finally, The Cooch started his year of pandering.  This week he pandered at Jewish Advocacy Day and he pandered at the 9th annual Asian Pacific American Policy and Resource forum.  We sincerely hope that these minority voters will not be swayed by The Cooch, especially since as recently as December he attempted to undermine the Voting Rights Act and remove federal protection for minority voters.  Oh Cooch.  Don’t underestimate us or our fellow Virginians.