Gay Hating Virginia Attorney General Kenneth Cuccinelli Tells Virginia Colleges It’s Okay To Discriminate Agfaist Gays

Virginia’s attorney general, and  next most likely GOP member to be found and busted at a Virginia Highway Reststop gloryhole getting gangbanged before going home to the wife and kiddies, Kenneth Cuccinelli sent a letter to all Virginia state college presidents and other officials telling them that that they don’t have the authority to ban discrimination based on sexual orientation.  or in other words its okay to discriminate against a potential student because they are gay!
Jon Blair, chief executive officer of the gay rights group Equality Virginia, said Cuccinelli’s “radical actions are putting Virginia at risk of losing both top students and faculty, and discouraging prospective ones from coming here.” and  C. Richard Cranwell, state Democratic Party chairman, said Virginia’s colleges and universities were more than capable of setting policies that work for them “without meddling from Ken Cuccinelli.”

Defending himself Cuccinell said his letter merely stated Virginia law, which prohibits discrimination because of “race, color, religion, national origin, sex, pregnancy, childbirth or related medical conditions, age, marital status, or disability,” but makes no mention of sexual orientation.  This despite the fact that colleges are bound by U.S. Supreme Court decisions not to discriminate on the basis of sexual orientation.

Once “The Birthplace of Presidents”, Virginia is now just a complete and total embarrassment…

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