No, I Just Meant God Wants Rape To Have A Happy Ending

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Oh! Well, that’s all right, then. Stating that God wants women to go through forced pregnancy after rape isn’t extreme when you think about it, as Richard Mourdock has. After all, God loves life, and every woman’s womb could be stocked with life all the time, if women weren’t so abysmally dedicated to saying when. So will you leftie b*tches just leave the man alone already? Mitt Romney’s still exhausted from distancing himself from Todd Akin, and now he’s going to have to dodge and weave his way around poor Richard. Paul Ryan is going to have to distance himself, too, but at least we know he can do it in record time. Stop martyring poor Richard Mourdock! You’re making Michelle Malkin simply furious!

Posted by Mrs. Polly on 10/23/12 at 11:21 PM • Permalink

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Unless these Christianist assholes are ready to start preaching “DO NOT RAPE!” to men everywhere, they don’t get to preach to women about what they do with their bodies. I am sick to death of hearing what women “should” or “must” do after they have been violated.

The thing is Mourdock is just being consistent with the Republican Party’s own platform.

His mistake, and that of Akin’s who was also expressing views held by most of the Republican leadership, was saying this stuff out loud in front of non-believers.  It’s almost like the Rethugs are a cult - there are secret things that you don’t say to the uninitiated.  No doubt because, at some level, even they realize how outrageous they are.

Unless these Christianist assholes are ready to start preaching “DO NOT RAPE!” to men everywhere, they don’t get to preach to women about what they do with their bodies.

I can’t find a link, but there is a set of rules that have become prevalent on college campuses warning about rape—directed at young men.

I do recall rule number three—Don’t rape her.

I think all three rules are Don’t Rape Her. ;-)

But this isn’t coming from the Right to Lifers, is it? If it is, then good for them.

I’m looking forward to the publication of What I Meant to Say Was…, a hilariously exhaustive collection of all the desperate walkbacks of all the stupid, ignorant, and/or offensive things said by right-wing politicians during the 2012 campaign. Should run at least 250 pages. Don’t know who’s going to write it, but I’m looking forward to it.

I dunno, Frank, but it seems like they feel like they have nothing to walk back. 

The current standard excuse/explanation is that they are being totally honest yet not quite artful enough in these comments to get them past most people of normal mental development.  Obviously, it goes without saying that these comments fly right past the average GOP supporter with nary a wobble, but I repeat myself.

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