Think Progress writer and Soros surrogate George Zornick complained that Virginia Attorney General Ken Cuccinelli is beneffiting from "an aggressive public relations campaign to provide political cover for their radical effort to overturn a popular bill." It's so popular that 60% of likely voters at least somewhat favor repeal of the health care law while 34% are opposed according to the latest Rasmussen poll. Other polls also trump the outlier USA Today poll cited in the hypocritical and intellectually dishonest piece.
It's ironic that with widespread accusations of AstroTurfing against George Soros that Zornick would finish his piece with this laughable point:
A crucial part of Cuccinelli’s war on health care reform is clearly the public relations push; the New York Times reported yesterday that “[w]ithin hours of the judge’s decision on Monday, [Cuccinelli's] political Web site was advertising on the conservative drudgereport.com and other Web sites.” Unfortunately, Cuccinelli has relied on poisonous, dishonest media figures like Mark Levin to help make his argument — a fact rarely mentioned in the mainstream media coverage.Apparently, Levin hit the nest by having Cuccinelli on his show. That's the best way one could interpret the attack on him as a "poisonous, dishonest media" figure and "extreme hate radio host." The Soros people see their tactics being turned effectively against them. And they don't like it. Cuccinelli and Levin need to pat themselves on the back for controlling the Left's game by being smarter, faster and more savvy than the master of puppets and his team of paid surrogates.