Phyllis Schlafly And Bryan Fischer Pretty Much Think Todd Akin Is Jesus

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I've got a lot of problems with you people!Perfidious cockbucket Todd Akin received enthusiastic support Tuesday from noted insane persons Phyllis Schlafly and Bryan Fischer. Remarkably, this is not expected to hurt his chances for election to the US Senate.

Reaching previously unplumbed depths of either cluelessness or chicanery — even for her — Ms. Schlafly carefully explained that Akin was not in favor of rape, a position that literally no one on the planet has claimed he was taking:

“He’s not for rape. That’s ridiculous,” said Schlafly, founder of the Eagle Forum. “They’re making a big thing about an unfortunate remark.”

Schlafly also believes that there is no such thing as marital rape, and that feminists simply made up the concept to hurt men in divorce and child custody cases, a position which is shared by alleged human being Todd Akin.

The addled old filthweasel also received full-throated support from the American Patriarchy Association’s Bryan Fischer, who simply cannot find too many superlatives for the Missouri Congressman. Needless to say, Fischer is quite certain that Akin accurately described how ladyparts actually prevent pregnancy during rape. It should be noted that this is a highly innovative and perhaps wholly fanciful understanding of the workings of ladygardens; indeed, so-called “real medical doctors” dismiss it using terms like “nonsense,” “absurd,” and “There are no words for this — it is just nuts,” so it seems responsible to say that maybe the jury is still out.

In the blinding light of Mr. Akin’s mastery of scientific truth, Fischer also patiently explained, with the help of American Patriarchy Association president Tim Wildmon, that criticism of Akin is indistinguishable from the treatment that the Pharisees gave another person who had innovative ideas on pregnancy, Our Lord Jesus Christ:


“You know the Gospel writers say that they kept looking for some way to trap Jesus in something that he might say, just one single word they could jump on to try to discredit him and that’s what they did with Todd Akin and his comments about rape,” Fischer said.

Finally, Fischer reminded us to remember the real victim in all this: The pathologically story-changing, ignorant-of-basic-biology, heroically despicable assclown Todd Akin:

Fischer lamented that “everybody is gang tackling Todd Akin.” “You talk about a forcible situation, you talk about somebody being a victim of forcible assault, that would be Todd Akin,” Fischer maintained.

All Mr. Fischer asks is that GOP officials behave themselves, and stop raping Todd Akin. Mr. Akin pledges, if elected, to support research on how babby is formed, and whether pregnancy can be affected by the motions of the planets, evil spirits, or imbalances in the bodily humours.

[Right Wing Watch / Slate]

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231 comments

    1. Beowoof

      What scares me is the number of Americans that will think this is just fine. We have a group in the republicans that plays down that fancy book learning and goes with common sense. As Mark Twain said, Common sense isn't very common". And the Charlie Pierce corollary which is: "and it often doesn't make much sense". We are living in an age when ignorance is celebrated, encouraged and we are in trouble for it. The rest of the world continues to laugh at us.

      1. sewollef

        "The rest of the world continues to laugh at us."

        Well, I'm part of the rest of the world in your scenario [as a 'resident alien' in the US]… and rest assured, I ain't laughing.

        Unless you count hysteria.

        1. Beowoof

          Ah but you are here, if you were safe somewhere else, the shit these nitwits put would be a joke.

      2. BerkeleyBear

        Twain was riffing on Voltaire, who proclaimed that common sense was one of the least common things in the world.

        The best translation of the political meaning of "common sense" is "stuff everyone on my side of the issue agrees with so it must be right."

        I blame that Scottish arsehole Paine and his propaganda leaflet – which really is about the perfect embodiment of this problem, since it used "common sense" to describe an extreme position that maybe a tenth of American population actually embraced – but to that ten percent, man, it was clear as day.

  1. KathrynSane

    “You talk about a forcible situation, you talk about somebody being a victim of forcible assault, that would be Todd Akin,” Fischer maintained.

    I don't want to live on this planet anymore.

    1. actor212

      When I feel like that, I try to imagine the world as one giant Renaissance festival, and people like Schlafly and Fischer are the pickle vendors, because only an insane person would eat a pickle out of a barrel that's been walked around a dusty horse pasture in the hot summer sun.

      It helps keep things in perspective.

      1. tessiee

        *awe-stricken*
        I…
        I think this may be the single nerdiest thing I've ever read anywhere.
        My hat is off to you.

      2. BerkeleyBear

        Really? I'd go with giant turkey leg vendors – since it is ridiculously heavy in calories, doesn't have the acidic barrier of pickles and you, know, could kill you with salmonella if it wasn't cooked thoroughly. Too bad there isn't a chicken salad on white bread with extra mayo concession at Ren Faires and such – then we could really cut down on the crazy white trash population.

        1. tessiee

          Also, I'm pretty sure that turkey is specific to the North American continent, so the only people eating turkey legs during the Renaissance were Native American Indians.

    1. noodlesalad

      They're committed to all the values of our Founding FATHERS, which include denying women the right to vote, minorities the right to vote,and non-property holding white men the right to vote. And freedumb, also, except for the slaves and proles.

      1. tessiee

        Say what you will about the Founding Fathers; they may have had eighteenth-century mindsets, but that's because they actually *lived* in the eighteenth century.

  2. Terry

    To call Phyllis Schlafly and Bryan Fischer brain dead parasites is an insult to tapeworms and leeches.

    1. sewollef

      Well, he's a cartoon human, so maybe he secretly owns Popeye's….

      For those special Zatarain's spices on your fetus.

  3. One_who_wanders

    mutter . . . Forcible assault . . . mutter . . .Goddamn guidelines.

    I hope these two gentlemen and that lady all have very bad days!!

  4. FakaktaSouth

    I have decided I love this idea and plan to use my secret biological control system to also reject food I didn't mean to eat after the fact. Hey ice cream, screw YOU, you can't make me fat ever ever ever.

          1. thatsitfortheother1

            I knew some girls back home in Colorado who were quite adept. However, my German wife would rather explode than go in the woods…

          2. tessiee

            Richard Pryor: Women never want to go to the bathroom in the woods:
            [imitating a woman] No, I'm not gonna go. Something could get up there. I'll wait till we get in the car.
            [as himself] Bitch, you're not gonna pee in the car!

    1. tessiee

      "Hey ice cream, screw YOU, you can't make me fat ever ever ever."

      Ooh! Ooh!
      I want one that makes ice cream go to my boobs!

      1. kittensdontlie

        Ordinarily, breast enlargement ice creams are topically applied, which seems kind of a waste. My favorite kind, Melon Mania (with real fruit).

  5. Jerri

    Fischer lamented that “everybody is gang tackling Todd Akin.” “You talk about a forcible situation, you talk about somebody being a victim of forcible assault, that would be Todd Akin,” Fischer maintained.

    Excuse me one moment.

    Ahem.

    AHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH!!!!! FUCK!!!!!!!!!!

    Okay.

  6. RadioBowels

    To be fair, they just want to go back to the halcyon times when a woman didn't have a clitoris.

    1. vtxmcrider

      I hear the GOP is proposing a bill to require female genital mutilation: lob off the clit and sew the snatch shut. No more need for abortion and birth control. It will be all buttsecks and David Dreier and Lindsey Graham will show them all how it's done.

  7. Clancy_Pants

    Hmmm let's try something:

    “If it’s a gang tackling, the female body has ways to try to shut that whole thing down."

    Nope. Still sounds like an ignorant douche.

    1. vtxmcrider

      Syphilis Schlafly has always been a zombie for Jesus. With a mother like that, her queer son must be so full of self-loathing.

  8. arihaya

    Phyllis Schlafly And Bryan Fischer Pretty Much Think Todd Akin Is Jesus

    Let's crucify Todd Akin, then !!!

    With Votes !!

    1. GemlikeFlame

      Better, let's stop giving him any more publicity so that his fellow travelers will have a harder time finding him and each other.

      Guess we'd have to shut down the Internet. And Fox. Also.

  9. freakishlywrong

    Are we really going to argue now that someone is "for rape"? Adding; Jesus Christ this stupid fucking country.

    1. Doktor Zoom

      No, we aren't arguing that. We're listening to someone argue that some undefined other person accused Akin of being for rape. And by golly, she denies that!

      1. Gleem McShineys

        Emily Latella could have made an awesome rightnut pundit, if only she were alive today.

        She'd have to drop that "Nevermind" part though.

  10. johnnyzhivago

    In all seriousness, and all snark aside, the USA has now become the laughing stock of the entire world.

    Now you ALL KNOW what it's like to live in New Jersey!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    1. SavageDrummer

      As a Canadian, I can attest that we've been laughing at you guys for years… Now it's getting closer to pity, actually…

      1. viennawoods13

        More like fear. They are too close… the crazy is started to seep northward across the border.

    2. actor212

      True story:

      On vacation last week– struggling island nation near Venezuela which could easily fall to Chavez if not for the American tourist money, and don't think they don't resent many of us– I got into a loud discussion in a restaurant with a retired UPS line manager who hates unions and hates liberals and in particular, our centrist corporatist President.

      When I left the restaurant, the staff came out and gave me an ovation. I hope I left a good tip.

    3. Callyson

      Except for Chris Christie, the Garden State is looking pretty good these days compared to Arizona, Texas, Florida, Missouri…

    4. C_R_Trogloraptor

      I'm from New Jersey, too. There's people who actually flinch and step back a little when I tell them that. It has come in hands a few times, I have to admit.

      These days, I'd sure as hell rather say I'm from New Jersey than, say, Texas. Missouri. I could go on.

    1. Biff

      Proof that Akin merely said what they are all thinking, so why give him the boot? Leave him in place as their nominee, for all the world to see.

      1. HistoriCat

        They want to give him the boot for making the non-true believers see what they want to do. This is really a quiet room topic.

      2. tessiee

        "Akin merely said what they are all thinking [...] Leave him in place as their nominee, for all the world to see"

        That's the one bright side of this whole appalling situation; it's forced those ass marmots to admit — and campaign on — their real platform, instead of sneaking the Clean Water/Slice off the Ladyparts bill past congress six months from now.

        I *would* feel a lot better if I thought this would do anything to hurt their chance of getting elected, though.

  11. noodlesalad

    NEVER FORGET the real victims of rape are in America, old white male Republican politicians and their attendant scolds and finger-pointers, whose towers of logic were crashed into by the Pharisee Terrorist Librul Media and Judas Iscariot RINO islamists.

  12. docteur_giraud

    This is the way ideas advance in the modern Republican Party. Crazy bastard says vicious, stupid shit; one by one, everyone else comes around to support crazy bastard and double down on the viciousness and stupidity. It's an organic process, and our wonderful media is surprised by it every time.

    1. kittensdontlie

      Actually, he is more akin to the Anti-Christ, with his followers suffering from deafness, blindness, and demonical possessions and visions.

  13. Estproph

    "Mr. Akin pledges, if elected, to support research on how babby is formed…"

    I literally LOL'ed.

  14. fuflans

    You know the Gospel writers say that they kept looking for some way to trap Jesus in something that he might say, just one single word they could jump on to try to discredit him and that’s what they did with Todd Akin

    next up for todd: crown of thrones, scourging.

  15. PuckStopsHere

    The GOP is once again being pre-woman to the extreme and I, for one, don't understand how all of you don't get that. Since rape is not a cause of pregnancy, there will be no need any longer to force women to pay for their own rape kits. See?

  16. Maman

    "…you talk about somebody being a victim of forcible assault, that would be Todd Akin,” Fischer maintained.

    Yup. He's lying about his rape too.

  17. Estproph

    These jackasses keep promising to secede and form their own cuntry. WTF is taking them so long?

    1. comrad_darkness

      Maybe we need to try reverse psychology.

      Oh, Alabama, Georgia, Missouri, please don't secede. We really, um, need you.

  18. Angry_Marmot

    They reject the culture of victimhood, but they sure do wrap it around themselves when someone rejects their beliefs.

    1. tessiee

      Or questions them, or states a fact that disproves one of their many absurd beliefs, or doesn't allow them to control every aspect of their lives, or looks at them cross-eyed, or does anything but fall at their feet with groveling praise.

  19. Veritas78

    His fellow prison counsellor describes him as "far to the right of Rush Limbaugh." So if he wins, he'll make DeMint and Inhofe look like moderates.

  20. Dr_Zoidberg

    And this is why I'm an atheist. If there was a God, he would have struck these idiots down.

    1. Incitefully_Joe

      Honestly, I have a generally positive view of certain teachings in the Bible (things like helping the poor and downtrodden, being nice to immigrants, etc, which are generally ignored by these folks), I too generally consider myself in this category. The supernatural bullshit and bad history were bad enough, but having to share a label with these people, who are loud-mouthed and prolific enough that they really do manage to pretty much completely usurp the meaning of "Christian", was basically the final straw.

      I'm generally cool with calling myself a Deist Universalist who cribs a lot of my religious views from Quakerism, though.

  21. elviouslyqueer

    If ever two motor-mouthed fuckholes were in dire need of a smiting, it would be these morans.

    PS to Phyllis: is there a reason why you're not in the kitchen fixing me my damn sammich? Don't make me come in there and smack you around, woman!

  22. x111e7thst

    But if women get raped they should just relax and enjoy it, right? And then the the anti-baby defenses won't work, so now I'm all confused. Best to wait till Rush weighs in to clarify matters.

    1. HistoriCat

      Rush – "why would anyone want to rape one of those women? They're all sluts! Now find me a nice 10 year old boy with smooth brown skin and we can talk about rape. Yum!"

      1. tessiee

        Check this out:

        When I used to live in North Carolina, the "people" there used "right" as an intensifier (like "wicked" in New England), and it was clever (for them) to use it in comic understatement. Like, if it was pouring rain and somebody came in with their clothes soaking wet, they'd say, "Hey, y'all, it's right damp out".

        This reached the height of wit when somebody came out with a parody version of the "Rush is Right" bumper sticker that read, "Rush is Right Fat".

  23. Tundra Grifter

    I think the GNoP put The Onion out of business. I guess it's still online – but I haven't seen a paper copy in years, and I blame these "conseratives."

    The poor Onion just couldn't beat reality.

  24. SigDeFlyinMonky

    Humors people! I'm surprised I need to remind you that we need further research into how the four bodily humors might effect the ladyparts and their receptivity to the gift of homunculi.

    1. Biff

      So maybe if there's already a toad or a small dwarf dwelling in a woman's belly, there's no room for a babby?

  25. Allmighty_Manos

    I'm guessing if a Tea Party candidate was caught in a naked black mass orgy, sacrificing goats to Lucifer, Bryan Fischer would be the first to jump to the guy's defense.

  26. Sister_Ray

    Phyllis Schlafly?? More like Phallus Shaftly!

    … Because she is a huge dick.

    That's all I got

    1. TootsStansbury

      Shhhhh. That taunt throughout her childhood is what caused her to turn out to be such a crazy bitch.

  27. Beetagger

    I read the official republican platform yesterday….. it is batshit crazy, American Taliban stuff. If this election is even close, I want to move to Mars.

  28. RadioBowels

    We've also got to provide tax cuts to the Sadducees, because Todd Akin is a pro-job victim/candidate.

  29. actor212

    Needless to say, Fischer is quite certain that Akin accurately described how ladyparts actually prevent pregnancy during rape.

    I was surprised to find out that Fischer has a wife with lady-parts, as well as two children.

    Who likely resemble the paperboy.

  30. Ruhe

    Okay. So we try to make the reasonable response and counter that, first of all, nobody is saying Akin thinks rape is "legitimate' or that he is somehow defending rapists. No, all we're saying is that Akin seems to be saying that sometimes women lie about being raped and that, given his expert understanding of coochie mechanics, a pregnancy is proof that there was in fact no rape…so bizzaro world QED. And their reply? A clear-eyed, bold-faced yes, yes that is what we're saying.

  31. actor212

    Fischer lamented that “everybody is gang tackling Todd Akin.”

    Not me, buddy! I prefer my women with a little more meat than Skeletor there.

  32. thatsitfortheother1

    Phyllis Schlafly. Still a dusche after all these years.

    And I don't mean a German shower.

  33. OurHoboSenator

    Please let the anxiety dream I had last night where I never finished writing my thesis nine years ago be actual reality, and waking up in a world where I did actually finish my thesis but these people are taken seriously by half the population be the actual anxiety dream.

    1. thatsitfortheother1

      I use that dream when you are not, it seems. Although it's comps, I'm in my PJs, and haven't attended class in two years.

      1. viennawoods13

        In mine, it's I've been a teacher for years (reality), but I have to take high school classes in the afternoon because I never graduated.

        1. thatsitfortheother1

          Being a Tbagger is a good way to assure that one is not afflicted with this particular dream…

  34. MacRaith

    And I went to all the trouble of getting out of bed this morning, only to be greeted by this shit. There's nothing for it but to crawl back under the covers and hope that tomorrow I wake up in a universe populated by sane people.

  35. Dudleydidwrong

    Todd Akin vows to "stay in the race." I assume that he's not talking about the human race because he's never qualified for that.

  36. comrad_darkness

    Schlafly must be like, 102 or something? Satan is going to make sure she sticks around a good long time, isn't he?

  37. elgin_pelican

    People have been trying to ram some sense right into Akin, and it didn't take – there must be SOME special process at work. He was right!

    1. tessiee

      I suspect that there might be a tiny, petrified fragment of brain lodged in that big rectangular skull of his.

  38. Mumbletypeg

    the Gospel writers say that they kept looking for some way to trap Jesus in something that he might say, just one single word

    Yeah well your same Jesus also is on record saying "By their fruits ye shall know them" and by that standard you Patriarch-twats could never be redeemed from the guilt of your actions for all the fucknuggetry your Christ-defiling, flak-dodging, subterfug'ing words amount to.

  39. IncenseDebate

    Jesus was all right, but his disciples were thick and ordinary. It's them twisting it that ruins it for me. – J. Lennon.

    1. C_R_Trogloraptor

      I'd better see a photo of a "This Blog Irks Fascists" bumper sticker! When it's fixed, of course.

  40. slappy_maxwell

    I wonder how much Saul Goodman charges Fischer to use his office as a studio for his teevee program?

  41. Incitefully_Joe

    Schlafly also believes that there is no such thing as marital rape, and that feminists simply made up the concept to hurt men in divorce and child custody cases, a position which is shared by alleged human being Todd Akin.

    Hahahaha fuck you all.

  42. Slim_Pickins

    It all makes sense when you realize that the tea party owes more to "Alice in Wonderland" than it does to the Sons of Liberty,

  43. not that Dewey

    Ultimately, the real victim here is Sarah Palin, and I think it's only fair to call on President Obama to resign.

    No, but seriously. "Perfidious cockbucket Todd Akin" — now, THAT'S how you begin a Wonkette article. Ace serve, Dok.

    1. sullivanst

      He did promise to steal that one from Hammiepants. Promise kept!

      I also notice he had the good taste to purloin "addled old filthweasel" from Fukui, although the original was "addled filthyweasel".

          1. sullivanst

            Thank you, that saved me some time. Silly IntenseDebate, I really must one day get around to writing a comments system that doesn't suck – I'll take over the world!

  44. sullivanst

    Ah, so "legitimate rape" now includes people saying you're an asshole because you are?

    Sorry, Bryan Fischer, nice try, but you're still only very nearly as despicable a piece of pseudohuman shit as Steve King.

  45. LibertyLover

    54% of rape is not reported. Presumably some portion of that 54% of women are on some form of birth control. Republicans want to get rid of women's access to birth control. Won't this result in more pregnancies from rape?

  46. Nowisallthereis

    In the true Mormon tradition, Rmoney should take 3 vice presidents. Ryan, Aiken and Palen.

  47. Millennial Malaise

    First of all, this whole discussion is depressing. Putting aside the slut shaming and the OCD level interests in rape taxonomy, I know for a fact that there are "normal" Christians out there. And I don't totally begrudge them for not having a louder voice in this discussion since I'm betting that the vast majority aren't in the leadership and have little to no ability to change it. Not only that, all these Focus on the Family type talking point bullshit mills are poisoning the trough. Sure, they could leave their church. But that misses the point of membership also to a certain degree citizenship. They have no greater power to stop their leaders from saying stupid shit and writing evolution free "science books" in the same way that we had no power to stop Operation Iraqi Freedom.

    Religions are much easier to leave, sure and I don’t believe in supernatural things in general. But I know Christians who aren’t like these creepy misogynists! Seriously, I just wish Hot Scowling Jesus up there could smite those old hags for them and for me. Amen.

  48. Badonkadonkette

    he's not for rape

    Really? Because anyone who says pregnancy negates rape post-facto and women lie about getting raped all the time sure as shit isn't against rape.

  49. VA_Dreaming

    What are the reasons to lie about a rape? (1) So that you won't be labeled a slut or tramp.?Ever seen or heard a rape trial. The defense's primary strategy is to call the women a tramp, slut, tease, and try to examine each and every time they have had sex in their entire life. (2) To get a free abortion? First the women has to go through a nasty medical exam that makes a prostate exam seem like a trip to Disney World, then go through hours of skeptical questioning by cops and attorneys who either have to test her for lying, or try to catch her in a lie, plus having her private life dragged out for everyone to judge. (3) To get revenge on a guy who didn't want a long term relationship? Wouldn't it be easier to key his car than put yourself in line to be smeared for months to years over a false accusation.
    I am sure there are a few false accusations, but I suspect they are less common that these fools think pregnancies produced from rapes are.

    1. sullivanst

      I strongly suspect that the majority of the lies women tell about rape are when they deny it happened because this fucked up society has made it easier that way.

  50. tessiee

    "Perfidious cockbucket" AND "addled old filthweasel".
    I've been awake ten minutes, and already my day is made.

    1. Chichikovovich

      I personally rather liked "another person who had innovative ideas on pregnancy, Our Lord Jesus Christ:"

      Herr Doktor brought his A game today.

          1. C_R_Trogloraptor

            FINALLY, a straight answer to that question! Thanks!!

            "Jesus Haploid Christ" really has a ring to it. I'm surprised we don't hear it more.

  51. tessiee

    "“You know the Gospel writers say that they kept looking for some way to trap Jesus in something that he might say, just one single word they could jump on to try to discredit him and that’s what they did with Todd Akin and his comments about rape,” Fischer said."

    Homer: I bowled a 300! This is how Jesus must feel when he gets a perfect score!
    Marge: Homer! Are you comparing yourself to our LORD??
    Homer: Um… In bowling ability, yes.

  52. Chichikovovich

    Ms. Schlafly carefully explained that Akin was not in favor of rape, a position that literally no one on the planet has claimed he was taking:

    You know Dok, you're right. Absolutely nobody has claimed that. With good reason, because anyone who understands even the rudiments of English knows he didn't say that. But still, just look at the guy. Look at that hard, cruel face. Those hate-filled eyes.

    OK, I'll step up to the plate.

    That Akins is a rape-lovin' bastard.

  53. tessiee

    "“You talk about a forcible situation, you talk about somebody being a victim of forcible assault, that would be Todd Akin,” Fischer maintained."

    Well, I've got a broomstick, a weed whacker, and some pretty sharp-looking kitchen knives.
    I'm in.
    Who's with me?

  54. ChrisM2011

    I'm surprised Fischer doesn't have an image from I Spit on Your Grave as his background graphic.

  55. tessiee

    Todd Akin, age 15: "Why are you raping yourself? Why are you raping yourself? Why are you raping yourself?…"

  56. tessiee

    "Fischer is quite certain that Akin accurately described how ladyparts actually prevent pregnancy during rape."

    I'm quite certain that I won the Mega Millions lottery; where the hell's my money?

  57. fawkedifiknow

    The Republicans can seal the deal at their convention by giving Pat Buchannan a prime time speaking gig. Nobody better than him to represent the loony side in the Culture Wars.

  58. Callyson

    “You know the Gospel writers say that they kept looking for some way to trap Jesus in something that he might say, just one single word they could jump on to try to discredit him and that’s what they did with Todd Akin and his comments about rape”

    Jesus fucking Christ.

  59. CivicHoliday

    Schafly, Akin and Rush are all from my illustrious home state. Missouri, I wish you were on a coastline so you could crumble into the ocean. Alas we'll just have to hope that global warming causes the whole state to dry up and blow away.

    1. finallyhappy

      ah, don't feel bad, people come from lots of bad places, Iowa, Texas, Kentucky, most of the South and Midwest- and Wisconsin- and Maine too–and Idaho. Damn, we are screwed up

  60. polnick

    Wining and dining a lady before getting her pregnant can be accidental. But liars and deceivers that promise marriage, and then vamoose before the child is born are criminals. The lady has been emotionally and sexually raped. She is righteously allowed a Rape-Abortion under Bible belt laws, even if the encounter with her lover was consensual.

  61. tompostpile

    A Republican wacko named Akin,
    Sez, what's that in your belly you're makin'?
    It has that round shape
    Of legitimate rape,
    Either that, or lady, you're fakin'…

  62. C_R_Trogloraptor

    Gah, Phyllis Schaffley! Again. I'd vote Her off the Island if I could. How long until we're free of this empty headed blather, reactionary Umbrage and thoughtless nastiness?
    When we get up off our knees, she twists the knife again.

    And that odious Bryan Fisher is nothing more than a pile of Fuligo septica.

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