Todd Akin Visiting with Constituents

We came across this post today, and have lifted it, with love, from YouTube. Without too much additional commentary, We’ve got to ask: When are the remaining (and dwindling) percentage of rational Republicans going to realize that they’ve lost the battle and abandon the crazy-ship? Come on! We know you’re not all transvaginal ultrasound fetishists; we know you’re not all flat-Earthers; we know you’re not all climate-change-is-a-massive-fraud toolboxes; we know you’re not all keep-the-black-folk-from-voting bigots. Why do you keep hanging around with these Neanderthals? It might seem odd to hear this from secular-humanist progressives, but, come on, babies: SAVE YOUR SOULS!

In any case, consider this a message directed to the lunatics on your right flank, and we beg you, someday soon wake up and realize that the Coat-Hanger Republicans are now your party bosses.


With love, here’s some music to accompany the collapse of the Grand Old Party!

Legitimate Rape

Lyrics by Vicki Ryder.

“Legitimate rape” is great birth control.
So says Todd Akin, and he oughta know.
If we are raped we can rest unafraid,
‘Cause we can’t get pregnant if forcibly laid.

Our female bodies are clever that way,
We only get pregnant when we say “okay.”
Doctors have told him, so it must be so,
The stork only comes if we don’t say “No!”

Rape won’t make babies and that is a fact;
There’s no global warming; the Earth’s really flat.
We heard it on FOX News so it must be true.
Well, Mr. Akin, we say “FUCK YOU!”


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