Come Cream for Your Covfefe, Sen. Olson

If you don’t want to listen, here’s what notorious forced birther Sen. Pete Olson had to say:

“I have some concerns because, one thing, they still guarantee coverage for ten essential conditions,” Olson said, “and one of those conditions—this is care for all,includes you and me—it’s prenatal care. …I think we all have what we call an X chromosome. You, me, JP, Tom and Chuck have those, which means we can’t have a baby. Why do we have to pay for that coverage that we can’t use?”

Hate to break it to you, Pete, you have an X chromosome; your Y chromosome is actually an imperfect X. Science, how do it work?

But more importantly, one would think while forcing the Handmaids to have their rapist’s baby, that Republicans would want that Gawd’s Littlest Blessing to pop out healthy to grow up to be a fine psychopath Republican. And maybe, just maybe, Pete, you might want your daughter to live through the birth, but I suspect you see women more like incubators than people, and you know, replaceable.

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6 Responses to Come Cream for Your Covfefe, Sen. Olson

  1. Sirius Lunacy says:

    I believe mental health care is also included in the ten. Why should we all pay for something that only Republicans need?
    On a more sirius note, I’m guessing he has no problem with the wimmins paying for any prostate problems he might have.

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  2. Dennis Cole says:

    “Why should I have to keep paying for auto insurance, when I’ve never been in a wreck?”
    (And I believe you meant boner PILLS, TG.)


  3. Bruce388 says:

    “…women more like incubators than people, and you know, replaceable.” He’s learned from the best — Trump and Gingrich (R-3 Wives).


    • tengrain says:

      Bruce388 – if they find another thrice married friend (I think the living typo Mnunchin just hit the tthird-wives club), they will have enough to field a team!




  4. Actually there are three points of stupid:

    1) He is presuming that he is only speaking to men.
    2) It’s actually the “Y” chromosome that (usually) makes one male
    3) We were all pre-natal at one point!


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