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Rick Santorum: Nobody Gets Me Like ISIS Gets Me

Rick Santorum has finally found a media source that hasn’t been hijacked by the gay-loving liberals, one that quotes him accurately and nicely and conveys the true heart of his messages. WorldNetDaily? NO, not that commie rag. It is ISIS! Read more on Rick Santorum: Nobody Gets Me Like ISIS Gets Me…
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Barack Obama To Give Children All The Whore Pills They Can Stuff Into Their Hello Kitty Backpacks

After losing a lawsuit in federal court, and then an appeal, the Obama administration is dropping its opposition to a judge’s order to allow over the counter sales of “Plan B” emergency contraception without age restrictions. We’re pretty sure that the decision to not fight the case any further will be met with a minimum of freakouts, don’t you think? Let’s see… LifeNews.com has this even-handed assessment: “Obama Admin OKs Morning After Pill for Young Girls, Sexual Predators” Looks like a good model for covering other topics. “Hybrid Cars Help Sexual Predators Get Better Gas Mileage.” Read more on Barack Obama To Give Children All The Whore Pills They Can Stuff Into Their Hello Kitty Backpacks…
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Obama Does Not Want Babies To Not Have Babies

Hey there, teenagers who want emergency contraceptions! The FDA says you should be allowed to buy it, but the Department of Health and Human Services says you shouldn’t, and Obama isn’t really helping at all with this one, so if you’re scared you might be pregnant just keep reading the newspaper until you see an article about what everybody can eventually decide about letting you have the medicine that doctors say is perfectly safe for you to take. A quick timeline, for those of you who may not have been tracking the convoluted battle over the availability of the “morning-after pill”: The FDA ruled two years ago that the pill was safe for use by anyone of child-bearing age — in other words, anyone who needs it would be able to take it. How lucky, you might think, until you read the rest of this paragraph. Health and Human Services decided this was not OK to be doing, because Jesus, or something, and HHS Secretary Kathleen Sebelius overruled the FDA, maintaining the restriction that girls younger than 17 needed a prescription in a move the Union of Concerned Scientists said was the first time HHS had chosen to simply take an FDA drug approval and say “nah, not this time.” But the fun does not stop there! Read more on Obama Does Not Want Babies To Not Have Babies…
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Woman Arrested After Reporting Rape: Good News, Bad News Edition

Bad news! A lady was raped. Good news! She went to the hospital, was cared for, and was given two birth control pills to prevent pregnancy. Bad news! The lady was arrested by the Tampa PD on a warrant when filing her police report. Good news! Er, hmmm. Bad news! Prison employee Michele Spinelli refused to give the lady her second pill, on “religious grounds.” Good news! The lady did not get pregnant anyway. Bad news! We will just repeat that again: Prison employee Michele Spinelli refused to give the lady her second pill, on “religious grounds.” Read more on Woman Arrested After Reporting Rape: Good News, Bad News Edition…
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Idaho Jails Discover Exciting New Potential Guests: Ladies Who Take RU-486

Jennie Linn McCormack, a single mom from Pocatello, Idaho, was just around when the sister of her friend and the local police department needed someone to blame for McCormack’s abortion, which she induced in late 2010 by purchasing RU-486 over the Internet. The manufacturers and sellers of RU-486 were nowhere to be found, and there were just too many of them, and it was just a hassle. McCormack, surviving on child support checks and already a mother of three, couldn’t afford to pay the $500 to get an abortion in Salt Lake City, where the closest abortion clinic is located, so she turned to her sister in Mississippi, who purchased the pill and mailed it to her. She later confided in a friend about the abortion. Then the friend’s sister called the police. McCormack was arrested for inducing the abortion, which is illegal in Idaho thanks to a 1972 law. Some months later, Idaho and other states enacted fetal pain abortion laws, making it illegal to have an abortion after 19 weeks because it allegedly causes pain to the fetus. McCormack is now suing a state prosecutor, contending that Idaho made abortions inaccessible to her. This makes Jennie Linn McCormack both a social pariah and the poster child of the fetal pain abortion debate. She must be thrilled. Read more on Idaho Jails Discover Exciting New Potential Guests: Ladies Who Take RU-486…
 

Plan B Ushers In New Era of Immorality, Hot Sex

Just as we all feared, sales of Plan B — the so-called “morning after pill” — have skyrocketed since the drug was made available to any Tom, Dick, and Harlot who can manage to close her legs long enough to drag herself to the pharmacy and cough up $50 to escape responsibility for her disgusting actions. Plan B was a $40 million/year concern until the FDA betrayed us all, and now Barr Pharmaceuticals is on track to make twice that off the backs of the ignorant and slutty in 2007. Read more on Plan B Ushers In New Era of Immorality, Hot Sex…
 

Finally, a Cult We Can All Get Behind

Being generally liberal when it comes to matters of reproductive freedom, we are not quite willing to believe that this isn’t a strong argument by the FDA for legalization of and easy access to birth control: Read more on Finally, a Cult We Can All Get Behind…
 

Cartoon Violence Thinks of the Children

Last week, we introduced you to Cartoon Violence, wherein our resident cartoon expert The Comics Curmudgeon, who read Hi & Lois at Oxford, marches grimly through Today’s Comics so you don’t have to (not that you probably feel too much of a need to, really, but presumably someone does, right?). This week: CC believes that children are our future. Cartoonists seem to have never met any. Get yr crosshatch on, after the jump. Read more on Cartoon Violence Thinks of the Children…
 

Daily Briefing: ‘Theater of the Absurd’

* Administration and Sen. Frist (R-Tenn.) agree on 45-day review of Dubai port deal. Scott McClellan: “We believe, however, the additional time and investigation at the request of the company will provide Congress with a better understanding of the facts, and that Congress will be comfortable with the transaction moving forward once it does.” [WP, NYT, NYT, W$J, USAT] * States make decisions on the “morning-after” pill as the FDA wavers. [WP] * Army will reimburse Halliburton subsidiary for nearly $2.4b despite findings of overcharges. [NYT] * Bush sets off on whirlwind two-day tour of India. [NYT] * Mike McCurry on the White House press briefings: “It has turned into a theater of the absurd.” Ari Fleischer: “The public perceives the press not as watchdogs but as attack dogs.” [NYT] Read more on Daily Briefing: ‘Theater of the Absurd’…