Thursday, May 23, 2019

Midnight Meme Of The Day!

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by Noah

I thought I'd offer tonight's meme because I think it's good to know a little something about the cretins who vote to take away a woman's right to choose. Tennessee's Rep. Scott DesJarlais is your classic, typical hypocritical republican these days. We've all heard of Missouri's Todd Aiken, the "If it's a legitimate rape" guy, a former member of the House Of Representatives that the Republican Party proudly put up as a candidate for the U.S. Senate in 2012. And, Alabama seems to have a whole mob of state legislators who, judging by their legislative handiwork, don't think that incest and rape are necessarily bad things. Some of these knuckle-draggers don't even seem to have much of an understanding of how babies even happen, but, keep in mind that people actually voted for these people because they feel they represent what they think about these things. We now even have another jackass in Missouri who has just introduced the concept of "consensual rape" to the world. Here he is. Here's Missouri Republican State Rep Barry Hovis, a former law enforcement official, as he spoke during the debate on his state's abortion ban-
Most of my rapes were not the gentleman jumping out of the bushes that nobody had ever met. That was one or two times out of 100. Most of them were date rapes or consensual rapes.
"Gentlemen" rapists? "Consensual rapes?" "My rapes?" Hovis and his republican defenders now claim that he "misspoke" but who, short of meth heads and stroke victims, misspeaks three times in such a short statement?

But, hey, let's not forget poor ol' Scott DesJarlais! He's the star of this meme. Although the news about him is a bit old, I'd feel bad for him if he was forgotten in all of the current examples of Republikookery. You can see all you really need to know about this assclown above, but here's a few more details: He's a doctor. And, surprise, surprise, he's also a Christian. According to his divorce papers, his affairs included 3 co-workers, 2 patients, and (say no more!) a drug representative. Not to worry, though, DesJarlais tells people that "God has forgiven him." Whew! That's a good thing! I mean ya just can't imagine those wacko voters in Tennessee voting for him if God hadn't forgiven him. All of this leaves me with only one question and I ask it not out of jealousy but incredulity: How is it possible that at least six women wanted to have sex with this prime example of human physical (That smile reminds me of Eric Trump) and mental deformity? Maybe it's all some sort of Tennessee thing. I guess if they think he'd be good enough to vote for, then he's appealing enough to fuck. it's all about low local standards.

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3 Comments:

At 5:53 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

yes, American Christian zealots are eager to forgive and forget sinfulness (or maybe just bury their heads in the sand... if you get my drift) as long as their side wins and arrogates power in order to exercise their hatred, greed and bloodlust... just like jesus commands.

americans: dumbest and most evil motherfuckers in the history of earth.

 
At 7:27 AM, Anonymous Erik LIndgren said...

Hysterical meme Noah, and I find myself chuckling under my breath at the sheer insanity of these deplorable Repug's backstories. Often humor is the best anecdote for Weltschmerz. Unfortunately the truth is sicker than any fictional depiction you could ever concoct or conceive of concerning the hypocritical self-contradictory pro-life contingent.

 
At 3:02 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

All I know about TN is that it's like much of the rest of the South. A man can sell his 13 year old daughter to another man to be his wife and it's seen as OK. Women are property in the South with few rights unless their men grant them - just like in Saudi Arabia. And lastly, if you divorce your wife, she's still your sister.

 

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