News That Will Drive You To Drink

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Tiny Ben gives Sen. Prof. Warren the high-pitched misogynist squeak that he’s longed to give to an actual, live woman:

Oh, and for those you who think that Immaculate Conception (Virgin Birth) is bunk, I submit into evidence:

It’s a water-tight argument, methinks.

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5 Responses to News That Will Drive You To Drink

  1. Dear Ben,

    May she grow up to be a strong, independent opponent of everything you stand for, as children are wont to do…

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  2. Dennis Cole says:

    And may your gawd tie your schvantz in a knot – no, a DOUBLE knot! – to prevent any more itty-bitty Shapiros from continuing the bloodline.

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  3. E.A. Blair says:

    The Immaculate Conception is not virgin birth. It is the doctrine that Mary, mother of Jesus, was concieved and born free of original sin. This is something every ex-Catholic knows.

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    • Dennis Cole says:

      E A – It’s something this recovered Catholic didn’t know. I’d been taught that it was kind of a combination of the two – Mary was chosen for her “Purity” to be the one impregnated by Gawd, which is how Jeebus was conceived. Or something like that. These old myths, fables and legends are difficult to keep track of. And when you become aware that this one originated back in the 15th century, when even the top “scientists” didn’t know where the sun went at night, then it’s even less believable.

      PS – And according to the research I did, a “virgin birth” would almost certainly cause her death, due to the hymen being present, and either seriously delaying or completely obstructing the birth.

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  4. MDavis says:

    This guy! That lie, again! From Politifact, a quote that describes how I feel about this sort of viral lie:

    Fried, who donated $250 to Warren’s campaign, told the Republican, a Springfield, Mass., newspaper, in 2012, “This stuff I hear that she was an affirmative action hire, got some kind of a boost, it is so ludicrous and so desperately stupid and ignorant, it just boggles the mind.”

    (Why viral? Nothing kills the darn things!)

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