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Monday, January 23, 2012

Rick "Frothy Mix" Santorum Wants Rape Victims to Accept Their Horrible Gift (That He Can Never Receive)

Rick Santorum. The mention of the guy's name makes me vomit a bit in my mouth. I have to address his recent comment to Piers Morgan, however, because it was pretty vile.
Now, I wrote about this issue back in 2006 with respect to South Dakota Gov. Mike Rounds being a dipshit about it. Santorum seems to have the same ideas of keeping women under his sanctimonious, overly-religious thumb and declaring as though true to everyone on Earth that, " begins at conception." No, Santorum, it does not. At conception, a little group of undifferentiated cells is not a child. It has a good chance of being one someday, but at that point, if it is a choice (which it is) between continuing the pregnancy thrust upon the victim (quite literally) or terminating it, she should be well within her rights to end it.
Morgan: "There will be people in that situation (of having a raped daughter who gets pregnant) and they're looking at their daughters and saying, 'If I make her have this baby, isn't it going to ruin her life?'"
Santorum: "Well, uh, you could make the argument that if she doesn't have this baby, if she, if she, kills her child, that that too could ruin her life...(she should) accept this horribly"
Did you get that? "Accept that horribly created gift." If I may be so bold as to quote loosely from my linked post from 2006 above and adapt it to Santorum:
(Imagine) Some dickless piece of shit drags her (your daughter) into an alley and punches her around a bit, then sticks his Keebler Elf-sized dick in her and happens to get her pregnant. You expect her to keep that kid?

How about this: we send you (Santorum) to prison where we allow the Aryan Brotherhood to rape you in the shower. Afterwards, you and your bleeding asshole are going to be dragged to a cell where some guy will tattoo a picture of a fetus on your stomach in bright red ink. Now, do you think you should be allowed to go and get that tattoo laser-removed? I don't. Nope - your life is not in danger now, is it? You should have to respect that piece of art for the rest of your life. It's art, Rick! Come on! You have to keep that art, regardless of the horrible circumstances of its gifting.
I'd be curious to see how fast Santorum would run to the laser clinic. I'd bet the soles of his shoes would come off from the speed of his sprint.

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Tuesday, January 10, 2012

Fuck the Motherfucking Pope

Welcome to 2012, and to start it off on the right foot the stupid pope opened his bigoted mouth and said that gay marriage is a threat to humanity itself.
He told diplomats from nearly 180 countries that the education of children needed proper "settings" and that "pride of place goes to the family, based on the marriage of a man and a woman."
No one, not one person from the organization that is the catholic church (no, I won't capitalize it) has any right to talk about what is "proper" with respect to the education of children, let alone the institution of marriage, in which they do not participate (aside from officiating at a dress).
This is not a simple social convention, but rather the fundamental cell of every society. Consequently, policies which undermine the family threaten human dignity and the future of humanity itself...
"Policies which undermine the family"...hmmm...sort of like the "policy" that says condoms are worse than AIDS? That one idea has caused many thousands of deaths, unlike gay marriage which has caused approximately zero deaths.

New York Archbishop (soon to be a red bird) Tim Dolan also has his panties in a bunch about them gays marrying. He wrote a letter to President Obama threatening a, "national conflict between church and state of enormous proportions" because of Obama's not supporting a national ban on gay marriage. As Dr. Evil once said, "Oooooooo...I'm shaking in my little space booties."

Ratz continued by saying:
"The family unit is fundamental for the educational process and for the development both of individuals and states; hence there is a need for policies which promote the family and aid social cohesion and dialogue..."
I'd like to know what evidence Ratz has for gay marriage being bad in any way. Where are the countries that have collapsed because of legalized gay marriage? Hell, I live in Canada and we've had legalized gay marriage since 2005 - where is the societal downfall? What about the Netherlands? They've had it since 2001 and they seem to be doing just fine. All of your arguments drop dead in the face of contrary evidence.

If I may steal a bit of Hitch, please see below.Your Argument Was Just Destroyed
And now, the song that gave the title to this post, curtesy of the great Tim Minchin:

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