Wednesday, October 24, 2012

Barefoot and Pregnant

Today is Wednesday, 24 October 2012.

In 1929, this was "Black Thursday", when stocks on the New York Stock Exchange fell 11% at the opening bell, in unusually heavy trading.  The event would soon come to be seen as the beginning of the Great Depression.

Today is United Nations Day, marking the date in 1945 when the United Nations Charter took effect.

"The only exception I have to have an abortion is in the case of the life of the mother, said Richard Mourdock, the Tea Party-Republican state treasurer of Indiana, and candidate for U.S. Senate.  "I struggled with it myself for a long time, but I came to realize life is that gift from God.  I think that even when life begins in that horrible situation of rape, that it is something that God intended to happen."

Having belatedly realized that he'd let the cat out of the bag as to where his female-hating false ideology had taken him, Mourdock tried to cover his tracks.

"God creates life, and that was my point,"  Mourdock said in a statement.   "God does not want rape, and by no means what I suggesting that He does.  Rape is a horrible thing,and for anyone to twist my words is absurd and sick."  (In plain English:  poor me, I'm the real victim here.)

However, obviously, he meant what he originally said.Had there been no rape, there could have been no conception.  Rape was a sine qua non of the conception.

After all, you bitches chose to be the conduit through which Sin originally entered the world, when you couldn't resist the apple (and then got all girly-weepy with the original example of buyer's remorse).  Your comeuppance?  "I will greatly multiply your pain in childbearing; in pain shall you bring forth children, yet your desire shall be for your husband [you know You Want It], and he shall rule over you [i.e., there's no such thing as "spousal rape"]

This false ideology holds that the purpose of women is labour, and only labour.  First, in work for the economic benefit of the husband (or, if unmarried, the closest living male relative).  Second, in pushing out babies.

A spokes-shill for Mitt said:  "Gov. Romney disagrees with Richard Mourdock's comments, and they do not reflect his views".  However, and most significantly, Mitt has not withdrawn his endorsement of Mourdock.  Hardly surprising, since Mitt's religious false ideology also consigns women to the status of not-quite-as-human-as-males.

"Barefoot and pregnant" is the watchword of such pervert oppressors.


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