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2012-02-17 02:43:35 PM
"Abstinence works 100% of the time

The old lady doctors response should have been "Well, I'm sorry you are such a biatch that no men, including your husband, want to have sex with you, but we are talking about most other women"
 
2012-02-17 02:48:30 PM
wtfcontent.com
 
2012-02-17 02:51:36 PM
Alright, which Christian philospher taught that mankind should stop reproducing because sex was a sin? When it was pointed out to him that this would eliminate the human species, he said 'good', all the better. That way the world could return to a pure state for god all the quicker.

I think he lived in the 1200s ...

I'm guessing this guy is reinventing the derp.
 
2012-02-17 02:53:02 PM
The republicans should try to have their prude-off in an non-election year.
 
2012-02-17 02:54:12 PM
HA. Humans give up sex voluntarily.

That's as likely as convincing the raccoons to stop humping in the front yard.
 
2012-02-17 02:55:39 PM

James!: The republicans should try to have their prude-off in an non-election year.


No, I'm all for them going full retard this year. Maybe they'll finally excise the crazies.
 
2012-02-17 02:58:41 PM
Why are we even listening to the farking, god-clotted, worthless Christians on this?!?
 
2012-02-17 03:13:13 PM
images2.fanpop.com

Ziggy says the likely-hood of Obama being re-elected goes up with every stupid thing a Republican politician says about birth control.
 
2012-02-17 03:16:04 PM
Alternatively, and listen closely tards...

"WOMEN DON'T TAKE BIRTH CONTROL PILLS SOLELY TO STOP PREGNANCY. SOME OF THEM NEED IT FOR OTHER HEALTH ISSUES, YOU STUPID FARK!"
 
2012-02-17 03:28:08 PM

ManateeGag: "WOMEN DON'T TAKE BIRTH CONTROL PILLS SOLELY TO STOP PREGNANCY. SOME OF THEM NEED IT FOR OTHER HEALTH ISSUES, YOU STUPID FARK!"


"WOMEN DON'T TAKE BIRTH CONTROL PILLS SOLELY TO STOP PREGNANCY. SOME OF THEM NEED IT FOR OTHER HEALTH ISSUES, YOU STUPID FARK!"

Bears repeating. Let me turn up the volume in case they didn't hear you the first time.
 
2012-02-17 03:30:49 PM
Let's simplify this whole contraceptive discussion, starting with...

IF YOU DON'T HAVE A UTERUS, STFU
 
2012-02-17 03:30:53 PM
WTF is happening with the republicans? I mean they were always assholes but they've become completely batshiat insane. I mean more so than even a few years ago.
 
2012-02-17 03:35:13 PM

MaudlinMutantMollusk: IF YOU DON'T HAVE A UTERUS, STFU


....er, Lynne Blankenbeker may be a crazy backwards Republican, but seems to be female anyway.
 
2012-02-17 03:38:20 PM
OK, so now the Teabaggers are telling us that married people should not have sex?

/yeah I did RTFA. I'm Breitbarting a bit.
 
2012-02-17 03:40:48 PM

MaudlinMutantMollusk: IF YOU DON'T HAVE A UTERUS, STFU


I'm a man. I have daughters. I have a stake in the issue and should have a voice in the discussion.
 
2012-02-17 03:41:56 PM

abb3w: MaudlinMutantMollusk: IF YOU DON'T HAVE A UTERUS, STFU

....er, Lynne Blankenbeker may be a crazy backwards Republican, but seems to be female anyway.


It was a male who proposed this idiocy first, though
 
2012-02-17 03:43:25 PM

dletter: "Abstinence works 100% of the time


Good luck abstaining from a rape when there's a gun against your head.
 
2012-02-17 03:43:57 PM
Abstinence works quite well for the universally rejected.
 
2012-02-17 03:44:22 PM
There should be some corollary to Poe's Law, in that no matter how crazy a fundamentalist idea can be, there will always be a Republican politician who supports making it law.
 
2012-02-17 03:44:41 PM
Really? I mean... REALLY?

Wonder what it must be like to be a young Christian couple bursting at the pants to try saving it for marriage only to be told no farking after marriage, too.
 
2012-02-17 03:46:13 PM

RainDawg: MaudlinMutantMollusk: IF YOU DON'T HAVE A UTERUS, STFU

I'm a man. I have daughters. I have a stake in the issue and should have a voice in the discussion.


You really care about your married daughters' sex lives?

/dawg fight!!1!
 
2012-02-17 03:47:07 PM

RainDawg: MaudlinMutantMollusk: IF YOU DON'T HAVE A UTERUS, STFU

I'm a man. I have daughters. I have a stake in the issue and should have a voice in the discussion.


Are they cute?
 
2012-02-17 03:47:09 PM

12349876: dletter: "Abstinence works 100% of the time

Good luck abstaining from a rape when there's a gun against your head.


Well, women shouldn't be going around wearing those slutty and revealing clothes. They are just asking for it.
 
2012-02-17 03:48:07 PM
what the hell, new hampshire? you used to be cool!
 
2012-02-17 03:49:02 PM
Then there's always this:

Harry Blackitt: Look at them, bloody Catholics, filling the bloody world up with bloody people they can't afford to bloody feed.
Mrs. Blackitt: What are we dear?
Harry Blackitt: Protestant, and fiercely proud of it.
Mrs. Blackitt: Hmm. Well, why do they have so many children?
Harry Blackitt: Because... every time they have sexual intercourse, they have to have a baby.
Mrs. Blackitt: But it's the same with us, Harry.
Harry Blackitt: What do you mean?
Mrs. Blackitt: Well, I mean, we've got two children, and we've had sexual intercourse twice.
Harry Blackitt: That's not the point. We could have it any time we wanted.
Mrs. Blackitt: Really?
 
2012-02-17 03:49:03 PM

T. Dawg: You really care about your married daughters' sex lives?


I care about their health and well-being, which access to contraceptives definitely falls under. I get irritated with the hyper-fems and their "if you don't have a uterus you don't have a say" mentality.
 
2012-02-17 03:49:21 PM
What a New Hampshire legislator may look like:

images1.dailykos.com


/praise Allah for GIS
 
2012-02-17 03:49:42 PM

Arkham: Are they cute?


They're female. You wouldn't stand a chance with them anyway.
 
2012-02-17 03:50:10 PM
OK guys, now that we've experimented with teabaggers for a couple of years, for God's sake can we please boot these bastards out forever?
 
2012-02-17 03:50:26 PM

themindiswatching: James!: The republicans should try to have their prude-off in an non-election year.

No, I'm all for them going full retard this year. Maybe they'll finally excise the crazies.


It will never happen. The claws are already into deep.
www.fishink.us
 
2012-02-17 03:50:37 PM

RainDawg: MaudlinMutantMollusk: IF YOU DON'T HAVE A UTERUS, STFU

I'm a man. I have daughters. I have a stake in the issue and should have a voice in the discussion.


For farksakes, I hope you are not this guy....
radio-weblogs.com

/I too have daughters
 
2012-02-17 03:51:06 PM

RainDawg: T. Dawg: You really care about your married daughters' sex lives?

I care about their health and well-being, which access to contraceptives definitely falls under. I get irritated with the hyper-fems and their "if you don't have a uterus you don't have a say" mentality.


Ahhh, I get it. Dawg fight called off ;)
 
2012-02-17 03:51:33 PM
So the GOP is now asking people to be more chaste than any farking Puritan could even conceive of.

But please remember, this has nothing to do with sex or contraception, this is a religious liberty issue.

See you at the voting booth, you farking freaks.
 
2012-02-17 03:51:52 PM
The right wing: Denying our children the right to eat deep-fried potatoes every day for lunch is government overreach!

The same right wing: Married couples should have no access to condoms!

Because if you don't eat french fries, you'll become obese and develop diabetes. Whereas if you use condoms, you'll cause unwanted pregnancies.
 
2012-02-17 03:52:44 PM
My state is making me sad again...
 
2012-02-17 03:54:24 PM
I just fold it in half and keep the spitting end out.
 
2012-02-17 03:54:26 PM
Blankenbeker also asserted that condoms and abstinence offer married couples a wider range of family planning options than oral contraceptives.

"If you decide you want to get pregnant you can refrain from abstinence," she said.


OK, I see the problem here. She obviously things that Obama is going to go door-to-door forcing the pill down the throat of every woman in America, and that women won't have the option to stop taking birth control.

/Just kidding ... or am I?
 
2012-02-17 03:54:27 PM
Listen up busy-body christian nutjobs. I have no problem with you having a non-intimate and otherwise joyless marriage. I don't care and I don't want to know about it, because frankly it sounds depressing. But here is what I do know, I'll fark whomever I am going to fark as often as can fark it, and it isn't any of your farking business. Now go back to your shrill harpy of a wife or domineering but otherwise worthless husband and go poutrage. Being sexless isn't a positive thing.
 
2012-02-17 03:54:52 PM
How the hell did it become 1950 all of a sudden? What's next, a resolution that men must wear hats when outdoors?
 
2012-02-17 03:55:56 PM

MaudlinMutantMollusk: Let's simplify this whole contraceptive discussion, starting with...

IF YOU DON'T HAVE A UTERUS, STFU


Errr

The male bears mandatory legal responsibility for the child, so it's perfectly okay for the male to have a goddamned say.

Second, in community property states half the baby belongs to the man.
 
2012-02-17 03:56:01 PM
FTA: Blankenbeker was engaged in a dialogue with Sylvia Kennedy, a New Hampshire doctor, who was testifying in support of Obama's plan. Kennedy urged the coverage of birth control and responded to Blankenbeker that condoms are not a foolproof means of contraception, and also suggested that abstinence does not work all the time, a notion Blankenbeker disagreed with.

"Abstinence works 100 percent of the time," she said.


It didn't work for YOUR parents, ya dumb coont.
 
2012-02-17 03:56:38 PM
Serious GOP farking double down more on this shiat. Women votes are jumping over to Obama like crazy and the only people you are getting are evangelicals who'd never vote for Obama in the first place.
 
2012-02-17 03:57:32 PM

Kittypie070: OK, so now the Teabaggers are telling us that married people should not have sex?

/yeah I did RTFA. I'm Breitbarting a bit.


Santorum has already said that married sex should only be for procreation. I am seriously hoping there are some Republican wives about to go on strike.
 
2012-02-17 03:58:57 PM
Blankenbeker also asserted that condoms and abstinence offer married couples a wider range of family planning options than oral contraceptives.

This biatch has probably also supported the "condoms always break" sex ed. What a coont.
 
2012-02-17 03:59:56 PM
This is what happens when you lie to yourself too much. Republicans actually believe that people want to hear this shiat from them. They actually believe that they're winning the culture war.
 
2012-02-17 03:59:57 PM

bhcompy: MaudlinMutantMollusk: Let's simplify this whole contraceptive discussion, starting with...

IF YOU DON'T HAVE A UTERUS, STFU

Errr

The male bears mandatory legal responsibility for the child, so it's perfectly okay for the male to have a goddamned say.

Second, in community property states half the baby belongs to the man.


Yeah, except that no one in this particular debate is talking about condoms. They're talking about hormonal birth control which is (so far) a female-only product.

So, while men can definitely have their say, they need to be deferring when it comes to, y'know, practical experience, to the women in the conversation.

/if hormonal birth control was available for men, they'd be passing legislation to have Monsanto genetically engineer it into corn
 
2012-02-17 04:00:53 PM

bhcompy: MaudlinMutantMollusk: Let's simplify this whole contraceptive discussion, starting with...

IF YOU DON'T HAVE A UTERUS, STFU

Errr

The male bears mandatory legal responsibility for the child, so it's perfectly okay for the male to have a goddamned say.

Second, in community property states half the baby belongs to the man.


King Solomon says you can have half the baby then.
 
2012-02-17 04:00:54 PM
The comments came at the same hearing where state Rep. Jeanine Notter (R-Merrimack) claimed that birth control pills lead to prostate cancer.

In the running for "You're Doing it Wrong of the Year".
 
2012-02-17 04:00:58 PM

bhcompy: MaudlinMutantMollusk: Let's simplify this whole contraceptive discussion, starting with...

IF YOU DON'T HAVE A UTERUS, STFU

Errr

The male bears mandatory legal responsibility for the child, so it's perfectly okay for the male to have a goddamned say.

Second, in community property states half the baby belongs to the man.


"The child" presupposes "pregnancy". A man may have rights regarding a child but he has no rights whatsoever to insist that a woman have a child.

No man has a voice in whether a woman uses birth control. No woman has a voice in whether a man uses birth control. Nobody has the right to deny birth control to anyone else.
 
2012-02-17 04:03:36 PM
Dear GOP,

It is not 1955 anymore.

Sincerely,

Cinaed

PS- Stick with the platform though, I do kinda want to see what the Dems can get going without y'all actively acting like bigots, misogynists, and xenophobes.
 
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