It’s a fine line between clever and stupid, and the poor dears of the GOP establishment are all in a tizzy trying to find it. Having somehow decided that their previous forays into women’s uteruses lacked a proper goose-stepping panache, and having also settled on calling 150 million Americans diseased whoring strumpets as their big political winner, they are now in the slightly unenviable position of reframing, and reframing, and really for serious trying super fucking hard to reframe this bitch.
And that’s why, when David Gregory tries more than one time to explain to House Majority Leader Eric Cantor how almost all People see the birth control mishigas as about womyn’s health, and laugh at the GOP’s sad attempts to Luntz this sucker up as “religious freedom,” Cantor simply keeps repeating his pathetic talking point, with a weird scared smile on his face. Then he throws in some Jewish, to remind us that he knows from persecution.
Nobody in the world (except for your Editrix’s beloved idiot brother-in-law, and also probly every citizen of that weird small town You left behind when you caught teh Ghey) actually believes Eric Cantor is so totally up in religious freedom, particularly since his last thoughts on the matter, which included the super-American notion that maybe Muslims should have the common decency to not worship where others might see them.
In any case, Eric Cantor knows a loser when he sees one, in the mirror.