The ad opens by pointing out the hundreds of decisions that women make each day, from picking groceries to buying homes.
“And we make them ourselves,” says the narrator, Cecile Richards, president of Planned Parenthood Votes. “But Ken Cuccinelli is intruding on our most personal decisions.”
Richards lists off some of Cuccinelli’s stances, including his call for a ban on all abortions, “even when a woman’s health is in danger.”
“Cuccinelli doesn’t trust women,” Richards says at the end of the ad. “So how can we trust him to be governor?”
Because going to the abortion clinic and the green grocer are morally equivalent, right?
The Washington Post doesn’t quite cover all the grisly details, but if anyone has any question about McAuliffe’s fanatical devotion to abortion, just listen to their spokesman:
“Ken Cuccinelli has spent his entire career trying to interfere in Virginians’ private lives,” Josh Schwerin, a McAuliffe spokesman, said in a statement Tuesday. “Virginians can surely expect that as governor, Cuccinelli would abuse his power and attempt to impose his personal extreme ideology on all Virginia families.”
…like say, dropping millions of dollars into a race to keep the abortion industry flourishing in Virginia — that sort of extreme agenda?