Angry American Surrealists, Part the Infinity

foxy fetuses

The crazy get crazier:

Texas Congressman: Masturbating Fetuses Prove Need for Abortion Ban Adele M. Stan / RH Reality Check

As the House of Representatives gears up for Tuesday’s debate on HR 1797, a bill that would outlaw virtually all abortions 20 weeks post fertilization, Rep. Michael Burgess (R-TX) argued in favor of banning abortions even earlier in pregnancy because, he said, male fetuses that age were already, shall we say, spanking the monkey.

“Watch a sonogram of a 15-week baby, and they have movements that are purposeful,” said Burgess, a former OB/GYN. “They stroke their face. If they’re a male baby, they may have their hand between their legs. If they feel pleasure, why is it so hard to believe that they could feel pain?”

Ah, fondling fetuses, wanking embwyos, meat-beating man-zygotes. Of course. Why didn’t we think of that?

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Er, perhaps because we’re sane? I don’t have to say a lot here. I spent my years guarding our local abortion clinic from lunatic body-fascists. (See “Deathscort at the Abortuary“) In the time we’ve been jerking off over imaginary babies (forty years since Roe v. Wade), the population of the world has gone from 3.9 billion to 7.1 billion. And none of the idjits seem to have noticed that “be fruitful and multiply” has changed from an admonition to survive to a curse to overpopulate.

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Turning a woman into a brood mare because Republican MEN (and it is almost entirely MEN) have come up with new surrealist rules of biology is not an excuse for anything. It is merely another proof that the GOP is not populated by humans, but by human monsters.

Sorry, Charlie. Real women ALWAYS trump imaginary babies, no matter HOW much peyote you’ve been noshing on.

Courage.

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  1. But Tom Tomorrow just tweeted he heard Rush say the GOP doesn’t want to stop aborting. Maybe Rush is confused again.

  2. Wasn’t that just some special name-brand insanity? I love all the screaming about the right to a life….and how it never means a woman with ‘time in grade ON planet” gets that right.