Tuesday, March 13, 2012

The Rule of Law

March 13, 2012

Dear Friends and Fellow Virginians,

Last week, Ken joined eight other Attorneys General in Washington DC in denouncing the Obama Administration's repeated disregard for the rule of law.  In doing so, the nine state Attorneys General released a report describing the specific instances where the administration has willfully disregarded the law.

Ken said at the press conference, "The release of this report – this laundry list of transgressions – confirms that this Administration repeatedly shows disdain for states, for federal laws it finds inconvenient, the Constitution, the courts, and the American people.  This has to stop."

To read the report released through the Republican Attorneys General Association and the specific instances where the Obama Administration broke the law, click here.

Also, in case you missed it, the Washington Examiner wrote an excellent editorial praising Ken and his fellow Attorneys General for stepping up and defending the Constitution.  They said:

Elections are just one way the Constitution empowers Americans to fight back against a centralizing regime in the nation's capital. State attorneys general have every right -- indeed, it is their obligation -- to respond forcefully when the federal government breaks the law.

To read the full editorial click here.

Also see here and here for more coverage of the event.

This year is a critical election year for Virginia and the nation.  It is essential that we as Virginians do our part to make sure that we don't let President Obama win re-election.

Ken will be at the forefront of this effort. 

We hope you will join us.


Noah Wall
Political Director
Ken Cuccinelli for Attorney General

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