The fussy hussy wears Tussy?
(Hat tip: Scissorhead Mr. C. Montgomery Burns)
I think everyone was amazed when the crazeee state of North Carolina’s Gov. Pat McCrory offered chocolate chip cookies to women protesters outside his mansio. The women (and men) gathered were protesting against SB 353, a bill restricting abortion that McCrory signed into law on Monday.
“McCrory was flanked by four security guards when he passed off the treats to Chapel Hill resident Jamie Sohn, who says he told her, “These are for you. God bless you, God bless you, God bless you.” Protesters responded by slipping a note under the mansion’s gate: “We want women’s health care, not cookies.” Was it a peace offering? A suggestion that the protesters looked hungry? A joke about women baking? Voodoo? Everyone’s a little confused. McCrory has denied protesters’ requests to meet with him about the law.”
I hope that after he offered to serve them his cookies, they offered to serve him his nuts.
Oh, sweet baby Jeebus, what have I ever done to you?
The Xristian Xrazies in that state are now empowered. I wonder which Biblical laws they will want enacted next?
From The Hill:
Sen. Marco Rubio (R-Fla.) will serve as the lead sponsor of a Senate bill that would ban abortions after 20 weeks of pregnancy, according to reports Tuesday.
The bill mirrors controversial legislation currently being debated in the Texas state legislature, which has drawn a 13-hour protest from Democrats there and thousands of abortion-rights protestors to Austin. A similar bill passed the U.S. House last month.
So again, I have to ask: How’s that rebranding working for ya, GOP?
…and knuckle-dragging is for Rep. Phil Gingrey (R-GA):
Sweet Baby Jeebus with a riding crop, he really said it! “This is what a father does that is maybe a little different, maybe a little bit better than the talents that a mom has…” It’s always about men with these guys, and while it is definitely sexism on parade, don’t forget that this is Xristian Xrazie Theocracy first and foremost. This is always going to be about The Fall to these nutters. Always.
“The incidence of rape resulting in pregnancy are very low.”
–Rep. Trent Franks (R-Ariz.), whose measure banning abortions after 20 weeks was being considered in the House Judiciary Committee.