To Cenk's point at the end, it is completely valid. Some people, primarily Cuccinelli's supporters, would say that it is none of anyone's business what Mr. Cuccinelli does with his wife. I would have two responses to this claim. One: if it is none of the voters' business what an elected official does with his partner, why is what the voters do with their partners any of the government's business? Two: what we are really talking about is whether or not the potential governor - leader of the Commonwealth of Virginia - has violated the very law for which he has ardently expressed support on multiple occasions. Asking a political candidate whether or not he has broken a law is completely above board. If the question is of too personal a nature for him to want to answer, then he needs to re-evaluate his support of that law.
This trolling couldn't have happened to a more deserving person.