Lacking an Abortion Clinic, Wisconsin Anti-Choicers Protest Yeast Infections

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No, you can not get good sex education, no, you can not have condoms, no, you can not have birth control pills, no, you can not talk about your sexuality, no, you can not date within your sex, no, you can not engage in that sexual practice, no, you can not get comprehensive health care if you are a woman, no, you can not have an abortion.

We are the party of freedom and small government, don'cha know?
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Now now...

equating this Catholic group with all Republicans is just as bad as them equating the Occupy or socialist groups with Democrats.
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-_-
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These idiots got kicked out of Europe 400 years ago. Now they have no where else to go.
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@2, I just reread the post twice, and the quoted text, just to be sure. The word "Republican" is not mentioned once. Nobody is equating all Republicans with anything here, except your imagination.
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@5 I mistakenly didn't put @1. @1 is specifically referring to republicans. Sorry about that.
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@6 Yes, not ALL Republicans are like these people, but all these people are Republicans. So, their point stands. Pro-Lifers did the same thing outside the PP on 45th and 9th (which does not provide abortions) for years.
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@2 I think ultra right wing social conservatives have more influence in the Republican party than anarcho-socialist asshats have in the Democratic party. Obama didn't have kiss David Grabers' ass to get the nomination.
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@6:

Please, it is true that not every single republican wants abortions outlawed and birth control unable to get, but they have decided to be under the tent of a party that has these things written into their party platform. So they advance those causes by voting for a party that supports them.

If I am in a group of people who hatch a plot to murder someone, I am not innocent just because I did not pull the trigger, but instead simply placed the gun into someone's hand who I knew would pull the trigger.

The Nuremberg defense is bullshit and cowardly.
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Someone should arrange for some Anonymous IRL rickrolling for next year's "opening ceremony". In my opinion this was too subtle. There needs to be a parade and perhaps a donation drive set-up by whoever is the closest Occupy group.
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Protesting preventative healthcare—what could possibly offend them next? I'm sure they've found somewhere in their bible that says yeast infections only come from premarital sex, not from popping antibiotics, drinking sodas or eating sugary foods.

But the clinic found a great solution to dealing with insane people—a kind of kill them with kindness, reward good behavior and ignore bad behavior approach—that we'd all be smart to adopt.

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Torturing people is a uniquely Christian habit. They've been doing it for thousands of years. It goes like this: either you believe what we believe or we will make your life a living hell. The reason for this, I believe, is that they deep down they don't even believe their own crap.
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How 'bout adding a big sign to the side of the building: "Hey dumbfucks! We don't do abortions here!"

I was hoping the article would have interviews with some of the protesters. I'd really love to hear what the fuck they thought they were accomplishing.
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They're trolling, just like the Westboro Baptist Church.
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They want the United States to be a christian theocracy
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If'n you were good Christians, you would know that all uteri are EVIL! Except for the Virgin Mary's of course, but that's only because Yahweh fucked her first...
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2 things:

1. I was excited to see your use of the word "chattel." You might enjoy this ... the right-most item in the top line at http://www.cafepress.com/rhetorich/94173… I think the whole site is fun, but that's because I built it. I'm not soliciting business, but browse the 150 ideas -- you might find some of it amusing.

2. I don't know if you've heard about the Tea Party birth control method. It's a barrier. An inserted teabag. It has a handy string for withdrawal after use and can be repurposed to make a cup of hot tea afterwords.

I'm a dirty liberal California atheist, but 2 of my favorite cities are Seattle and Portland, so here are a couple of ideas:

a. If you brought in a *really* big heating element and a tremendous amount of lamb, you could apply both to the Space Needle and make the biggest Gyros sandwiches. You'd have to get it to rotate and have vast amounts of Pita bread and tzatziki, but I know you can make it work.

b. And http://www.cafepress.com/rhetorich/s_hyb… "Why did the horticulturist cross the roses? To get to the other hybrid." You see, *anybody* can talk about chickens crossing the road.

Be well.
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2 things:

1. I was excited to see your use of the word "chattel." You might enjoy this ... the right-most item in the top line at http://www.cafepress.com/rhetorich/94173… I think the whole site is fun, but that's because I built it. I'm not soliciting business, but browse the 150 ideas -- you might find some of it amusing.

2. I don't know if you've heard about the Tea Party birth control method. It's a barrier. An inserted teabag. It has a handy string for withdrawal after use and can be repurposed to make a cup of hot tea afterwords.

I'm a dirty liberal California atheist, but 2 of my favorite cities are Seattle and Portland, so here are a couple of ideas:

a. If you brought in a *really* big heating element and a tremendous amount of lamb, you could apply both to the Space Needle and make the biggest Gyros sandwiches. You'd have to get it to rotate and have vast amounts of Pita bread and tzatziki, but I know you can make it work.

b. And http://www.cafepress.com/rhetorich/s_hyb… "Why did the horticulturist cross the roses? To get to the other hybrid." You see, *anybody* can talk about chickens crossing the road.

Be well.