Woot-Woot! June 6 is Show The Pill Kills Day!
“The truth is the pill is killing babies, killing and crippling women, and tearing away at the very fabric of society—the family,” added Diller. “There is no end to the lies that are planted by population controllers to ensure every woman takes her daily dose of the death-dealing pill. We will refute the lies.”
I plan on having a lot of eggs and caviar to celebrate. Honest to blog, these people are Morlocks.
“Where are the rabbits, George?”
Potential 2016 Goat Rodeo
contender, and small gubmint fanboi Scott Walker
—the wall-eyed git hired to enrich the Koch Brothers fortune in the midwest—gets giddy talking about the bill he signed
that forces women to have the unneeded, intrusive and yet loving touch of an ultrasound wand before they can exercise their right to have a safe and legal abortion:
You know, because sticking big gubmint into a woman’s woo-ha is cool.
These Republicans are the Morlocks
The GOP Healthcare Plan for Ladies
“After 20 weeks if you wanted to get an abortion you could go and say you were raped and you could have the abortion,” Bright said. “You wouldn’t be denied. There’s no police report.”
Bright also argued that, even in the case of a woman being sexually assaulted and immediately taken to a hospital, the fetus “had a right.”
Maybe it’s just me, but given the tender administrations of the police and prosecutors when a woman when reports a rape, why the f*** would she lie about it?
Mommy’s eyes and Daddy’s thighs.
“Obviously rape is awful, [but] what is beautiful is the child that could come from this.”
–WV Rep. Brian Kurcaba (R – Jeebusland), debating a law outlawing all abortions after 20 weeks.
Fox News resident psychological consultant (who may or may not be certified (!) and licensed to practice), Keith Ablow:
“You know, I’ve been outspoken on this. I think men should be able to veto women’s abortions if they’re willing to care for the child after it’s born.”
This is what happens if you don’t take science classes, kids!
BOISE, Idaho — An Idaho lawmaker received a brief lesson on female anatomy after asking if a woman can swallow a small camera for doctors to conduct a remote gynecological exam.
The question Monday from Republican state Rep. Vito Barbieri came as the House State Affairs Committee heard nearly three hours of testimony on a bill that would ban doctors from prescribing abortion-inducing medication through telemedicine.
Dr. Julie Madsen was testifying in opposition to the bill when Barbieri asked the question. Madsen replied that would be impossible because swallowed pills do not end up in the vagina.
“Fascinating. That makes sense,” Barbieri said, amid the crowd’s laughter.
Hey guys, remember that time some Wingnut from West Virginia told us that rape babies are beautiful and that’s why women should carry them to term? (All together now: “Me Neither!”) — Well, Rep. Brian Kurcaba has apologized in the best good mannered way of Y’all Qaeda:
Kurcaba, a Republican from Monongalia, issued a statement Friday apologizing to “anyone who took my comments about the sanctity of human life to mean anything other than that all children are precious regardless of circumstances.”
Take that, sluts.
Shorter Screwie Louie: he should just paraphrase Freud: “What do broads really want?” But here’s what he really said:
“Most of the conference was 100 percent in favor of the bill that was going to be brought to the floor. Some of us were wishing that there would not be any exceptions because it was going to be 20 weeks — no abortions after 20 weeks — when the evidence is clear those babies feel.”
Most of the conference was 100% in favor of having it be a complete ban? I wonder who was not in favor? Tell us more, Screwie Louie!
“But there was an exception put on there that unless there was a case of reported rape — reported to authorities. Well, that became the dividing factor among some of our female members of the House, Republican female members. But some were adamant they didn’t want any exceptions, some were saying, no, we [should] not require it be reported to authorities.”
Oh, boy, more rape talk from Republicans!
“I’m told that they’re still going to bring it back, but because there was such division among our Republican females, they pulled the bill that day,” he said. “And that was extremely unfortunate, and it sent the entirely wrong message.”
“It was our Republican broads,” Louie didn’t say, “who wanted a legitimate rape exception for our abortion ban.”
The Pride of Colorado, Sen. Kevin Lundberg, is opposing efforts to continue an anti-poverty program that provides IUDs to poor women. Let’s hear him tell us why:
“Protecting life is a very big issue. In my mind, that’s what government is all about, and to protect the life of the most vulnerable and most innocent seems to be the most important.”
Lundberg asserted that the notion that IUDs don’t cause abortions was “poor science.” He argued that the birth control method included the possibility of “stopping a small child from implanting.”
(Hat tip: @Anomaly100 on the electric Twitter-Twatter machine)