Sunday, May 02, 2010

Scandal Engulfs Virginia Attorney General

And the moonbatosphere goes wild!

It seems that Virginia's Attorney General, Ken Cuccinelli (R) has issued a lapel pin which features a twist on the common state seal: in his version, the torso of the female goddess Virtus is completely covered up. Virginia's actual state seal depicts Virtus with one of her breasts exposed. Cuccinelli jokingly told employees that he wanted to clothe the figure more completely.

As usual, the real scandal is that the pin quotes a presidential assassin. John Wilkes Booth famously yelled "Sic semper tyrannis!" ["Thus always to tyrants!"] after shooting President Abraham Lincoln on 14 April 1865.

There is no word on whether the Secret Service as been contacted about this scandalous action by Attorney General Cuccinelli, but the threat to President Barry is obvious.

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