Monday, February 20, 2012

This Just In: Virginia Women (and Smart Men) Are Pissed

Enthusiastic women in Richmond show more class than their antagonists.
The Richmond Times Dispatch reports that more than 1,000 people showed up today to protest the war on women that is being waged by a group of knuckle-dragging Cro-Magnon Republicans in the General Assembly. They are attempting to take away a woman's right to control her own bodily functions and to even stop birth control.

What we're seeing all around the state--and the nation with similar legislation pending elsewhere--is women and everybody else with some sense of propriety--reaching a boiling point. My guess is that we're just this close to violence breaking out (oh, please, please). These pond scum feces hiding behind wild-eyed Biblical mis-representation (remind you of some bat-shit-crazy Moslems, do they?),  trying to suppress and repress our citizens are coming to the end of their windbags. If you think a burqa is out of the question in their world, think again.

In any case, it is encouraging to see evidence nearly everywhere of an awakening giant who is going to make a greasy spot out of these crazies (and don't forget that some of them are our own representatives: think Sen. Ralph Smith and his cronies).

(Photo: Richmond Times-Dispatch)


  1. This reaction has long been coming, Dan. It's about time we stood up and said "NO" to these "knuckle-dragging republicans." Your comment about the burqa flamed the fire, and rightly so.

  2. It's about time that Virginia woke up to the insanity of our current group of republican law makers.
    For a person who always leaned conservative, today's crop of republicans scares the hell out of me.

  3. Thanks, Dan, for being a voice of reason in this travesty of justice. This is a time when even reason must raise her voice when the zombies get the floor.

    Zombie [def] "...a person held to resemble the walking dead..." (Merriam Webster Online Dictionary)

    In this case, zombies refer to those who still unnaccountably inhabit bodies and minds from the past, and feed on those who inhabit the present.

  4. I think most of us can agree that this is not a Republican problem; it is a wack-job problem. These people calling themselves "Republican" have as much to do with the Republican Party as George Wallace and Strom Thurmond had to do with the Democratic Party. They are low on the evolutionary scale and have to crawl a mile to reach the intellectual bottom of our society. Pond scum feces is being kind. They're not that smart.