Virginia Attorney General Ken Cuccinelli is filing a lawsuit that seeks to block implementation of the federal health care reform law. Meanwhile, when given the "public option" to insure his family through the state health insurance program, The Cooch chose to do so instead of insuring his family through his law firm. Why would he do this? The General Assembly program allows members to enroll their families for $105 per month- or $1,260 per year. According to the Kaiser Family Foundation, these benefits would cost about $13,375 for a family policy on the open market. That's the average family of course- The Cooch would have an even more expensive policy with his seven children. In other words, The Cooch saved about $100,000 over his eight years in the Virginia Senate by enrolling in the voluntary state health insurance program- which he wouldn't even be eligible for with his work hours if the General Assembly hadn't carved out an exception for itself! So the Couch is trying to deny Virginians the kind of health coverage he himself has. Aren't Republicans wonderful?