If Republicans Keep Taking Away Women’s Ability To Choose, They May Never Get Laid Again. At Least Heretosexually

You knew it had to happen. A Virginian Republican legislator who introduced legislation that would force doctors to to use a vaginal ultrasound device on women requesting an abortion (whether she wanted it or not — sounds like sexual assault to me) just got told by his wife that he’s cut off.

Oh well. If he’s a Republican, he can follow the lead of this Arizona Republican sheriff’s candidate and keep a lover on the side, who’s the same sex, an illegal immigrant (the candidate is campaigning against so-called ‘illegal immigrants’) and Mexican. But if his lover threatens to be a political liability, the sheriff can always get him deported.

Author: Stephen LaRose

2006 winner of the Canadian Association of University Teachers’s Award of Excellence in Journalism for a bunch of prairie dog stuff. Invited into the best homes in Regina. Once.

One thought on “If Republicans Keep Taking Away Women’s Ability To Choose, They May Never Get Laid Again. At Least Heretosexually”

  1. Makes you wonder who you can trust ever in elected public office, not that you should lose sleep over it. We just need to stop worshiping certain politico-types so much. Yet it never ends.

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