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(Jezebel)   Oh FFS I guess it's not possible to expect the GOP to just leave the whole topic of rape alone for one freaking day. Paul Ryan (R)apeublican wants to make sure rapists have the right to sue the raped mothers of their rape babies for custody. Rape   (jezebel.com) divider line 356
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2013-01-14 05:26:04 AM  

Lost Thought 00: Democrats have really gotten good at conflating "life begins at conception" with pro-rape. Its about damn time they fought fire with fire


I like how you ignore how your position, when applied to the real world as opposed to the completely abstracted notions in your head, would end up lending legal rights to rapists regarding the children they conceived while forcing themselves upon an unwilling woman. Well, not so much "like" but hey it gives me something very easy to intellectually depants you with.

Protip: if you didn't have an uttterly monstrous position to start with I wouldn't enjoy flaming you online.
 
2013-01-14 06:53:41 AM  

Anenu: It really seems that the GOP had decided to absolutely wrong on everything.


Personally I think the only thing a rapist should get if they got their victim with child is a bill. No mercy should be given to them and the only role in that child's life they should ever have is to be a name on a check.


Personally I think that if any such arrangement were to happen, it should go through the government, and the money going to the mother should be irrespective of whether the rapist was paying the bill or not (so it would purely be up to the government to chase them).
 
2013-01-14 07:25:45 AM  
you have got to f*cking be sh*tting me.

"her rapist could theoretically sue her to stop the abortion"

okay, really? because this would be a man admitting he raped someone... will he go to jail? doubtful. the b*tch deserved it somehow for being a b*tch. rape really is a victimless crime to Republicans. the man can't be held responsible, he has to put his dick somewhere, right? i mean, it's his birthright! so what if this b*tch didn't want it! who cares! that's what she's there for, it's in the Bible somewhere!

/will some of you smart men please start being offended by this and please do something because no one listens to women anymore (maybe you'll get laid)
//why do men hate women so much? why do women deserve the things you all are doing? why do you have these entitlement issues? why can't you control your dicks?
///why do i ask questions here when all i know you cocksuckers will say in response is "you sound fat"?
 
2013-01-14 08:55:43 AM  
If you follow their logic, it makes perfect sense.

See, women really don't mind being raped, and therefore, any rapist is fulfilling a woman's secret desire to have a rape baby. That's "non-legitimate rape" or "non-forcible rape". That's why some women get pregnant after rape, because they secretly wanted a rape baby. Otherwise, their body would just "shut that whole thing down". But Republicans don't want to promote "unwed mothers" so this legal loophole has to be addressed, so that the rapists "victims" rape baby's daddy (also known as "The Rapist") can exert his parental influence, which we want to incorporate into society. And the rapists "victims" can then marry their rape baby's daddy (again, also known as "The Rapist") just like the Bible and Jesus would want them to.

If it was a "legitimate" rape or "forcible" rape, then that's bad. But it doesn't happen that often, really. Because the woman's body can just "shut that whole thing down". Because women don't mind being raped.

I don't know why women don't admit this fact; you'd think the women on Fox news would be talking more about how a woman should truly submit to her man whenever and that it's a natural order.

And that's the word of the Ryan.
 
2013-01-14 10:23:35 AM  

Raspil: you have got to f*cking be sh*tting me.

"her rapist could theoretically sue her to stop the abortion"

okay, really? because this would be a man admitting he raped someone... will he go to jail? doubtful. the b*tch deserved it somehow for being a b*tch. rape really is a victimless crime to Republicans. the man can't be held responsible, he has to put his dick somewhere, right? i mean, it's his birthright! so what if this b*tch didn't want it! who cares! that's what she's there for, it's in the Bible somewhere!

/will some of you smart men please start being offended by this and please do something because no one listens to women anymore (maybe you'll get laid)
//why do men hate women so much? why do women deserve the things you all are doing? why do you have these entitlement issues? why can't you control your dicks?
///why do i ask questions here when all i know you cocksuckers will say in response is "you sound fat"?


You have a masochistic streak?
Your rant is incoherent?
You make pastry for a living?

/Not a cocksucker - NTTAWWT.
 
2013-01-15 01:34:32 AM  

LeoffDaGrate: log_jammin: LeoffDaGrate: OK, so by your reasoning, because a woman carries the unborn child in her womb before birth, that gives her complete control, morally and legally, over the child. That is understandable.

Why then must a woman give up part of that control to a man after birth? Just because a man is capable of caring for the child (feeding, nurturing, teaching, etc.), the woman has already been established as primary care giver by the simple act of carrying the child to term. Why, then, does that change? Do you believe it should change? Isn't the woman always in charge?

well you see Data, the unborn human child is is actually a part of the mother. It is physically attached to her. Her own blood nourishes it. when a human child is born, this is no longer the case, and then the male half, the father, is able to help with the caring of the child as well.

now how is your new humor subroutine working?

It's funny that, just because someone asks a question, you instantly mock them when there is the SLIGHTEST hint of disagreement...

Obvious there is a physical change and separation after birth. But morally, what has now changed after birth? A woman in today's world is perfectly capable of raising a happy, healthy, normal child on her own. Why is the man needed or even wanted? His opinion or rights to the child didn't matter before, why should they now?


And HOO-RAY for advocating single-motherhood which the Rep00plickans have been known to point to as a source of.....[ominous, thundering music] CRIMINAL BEHAVIOUR.


"...a continuation of the current [welfare] system will be the ruination of this country," Santorum told a town meeting in Clairton, Pa., in February 1994. "We are seeing it. We are seeing the fabric of this country fall apart, and it's falling apart because of single moms."


Wherever possible, the benefit of having two parents in the home. That's not always possible. Lot of great single moms and single dads. But gosh, to tell our kids, before they have babies, they ought to think about getting married to someone. That's a great idea. Because if there's a two parent family, the prospect of living in poverty goes down dramatically. The opportunities that the child will be able to achieve increase dramatically. So we can make changes in the way our culture works to help bring people away from violence and give them opportunity and bring them into the American system.


~ Mitt Romney, The LOSER, during the Second 2012 Presidential Debate.
 
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