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Fugelsang: Cuccinelli Finds Oral Sex ‘A Little Hard To Swallow’ (Video)

by David Badash on July 23, 2013

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Comedian and political pundit John Fugelsang takes on Virginia Republican Attorney General Ken Cuccinelli (“the Cooch”) in this hilarious commentary. As everyone across America now knows, Cuccinelli, who is running for Governor, is trying to bring back his state’s “Crimes Against Nature” laws, that would ban “sodomy” — including oral and anal sex between any two people, married or not — in a totally bogus lie that the law would “protect children.”

“For far too long, millions of heterosexual adults have been trapped in living nightmares of sexually dynamic, deeply fulfilling, and totally awesome marriages. This must be stopped,” Fugelsang says. “The Centers for Disease Control finds that nearly 82 percent of men and 80 percent of women aged 15-44 admit to having experienced the tyranny that is oral pleasure. These sexually active adults are on a danger train, and Ken Cuccinelli is demanding that they all get off.”

That’s just a snippet of this hilarious video.

For more on Ken Cuccinelli, read our latest posts:

Watch: Cuccinelli ‘Wants Government On My Back And My Husband Off It’ Says Joy Behar

Cuccinelli: My ‘Beliefs About The Personal Challenge Of Homosexuality Haven’t Changed’

Watch: Lawrence O’Donnell Wants You To Ask Ken Cuccinelli If He’s Had Oral Sex

Virginia Attorney General Ken Cuccinelli Launches New Website Claiming Sodomy Laws Must Be Reinstated To Stop Pedophiles

Jon Stewart Looks At Ken Cuccinelli’s Attempt To Put Sodomy Laws Back On The Books

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{ 1 comment }

barbonine July 24, 2013 at 10:02 am

I think drilling in deep water and the arctic are "crimes against nature."
Running pipelines to carry bitumen through sensitive wild lands are "crimes against nature."

Dogs lick each other's butts. That's nature. Deal with it Cooch. (Oh, you have. I bet you were clutching your anthony more than once while pondering other people's sexual proclivities.)

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