… you might want to rethink using the same kind of information that cost your party’s nominee the presidency.
On the pages sent the Post’s way, Cuccinelli uses language akin to Mitt Romney’s famous “47 percent” comment. The Republican presidential candidate had suggested that a share of the electorate was so dependent on government hand-outs that it would never vote for him.
No doubt Cuccinelli had time to re-write the sections cited in the Post article prior to the book’s publication. He appears to have chosen not to. Not only do such comments turn off independent voters, but if this article is any indication, moderate Republicans, too.