Weasel Watch: Photo of Lord Issa’s Vagina Hearing panel

See anything missing at this table?

Issa has REFUSED to allow women to testify. This is nothing 50,000 women barnstorming the House wouldn’t fix. I don’t suppose NOW is working on that do you? Nevermind.***

I wonder how many of these guys are on Viagra? Just asking!

As I said in yesterday’s post,

…Something  has gone terribly wrong with a Constitutional Republic when  Senators and Congressmen have the audacity to even discuss laws which would harness and control the bodies and lives of an entire gender which constitutes more than half the population–while referring to  that gender as if they are chattel – without facing a massive protest  so large that it brings traffic to a complete stop for an entire week.

Twenty years ago, even ten years ago, nobody would have dared try the demeaning and degrading shit I have seen oozing out of congress in the past four years,  like a steaming pile of runny manure, heaped upon women.

I would also like to point out that  these ongoing Congressional attacks on women without discussing any of it with women first, as well as the last video in this post, reminded me that I personally had an ovarian cyst decades ago, when I was rushed to the hospital in excrutiating pain.  I know I don’t generally discuss personal things on this blog, but this is worthy of an exception.  The cyst was the size of a lemon, and the birth control pill used to treat that cyst was covered by my insurance.  None of it was my boss’s business. I was still a Catholic back then (I left long before the rush) and it wasn’t my priest’s business either….. And for SURE none of it was Congress’ business.  But then we didn’t have religious crackpots and zealots running congress in those days. If ever the Good Old Days would be welcomed back, it is now. My body was my business. My contraception and sexuality was my business. What I ate was my business. Congress and Presidents focused on silly things like the economy and making sound laws that had actual benefits –and not on minding other people’s business, bedrooms or body parts. When I had my ovarian cyst, women would have NEVER taken the shit these freaks are trying to dole out to women today.

I’ll tell you one more thing: A few decades ago just about everybody I knew had health insurance, the traditional type  BX BS 85/15 policy. It was not only affordable, but nobody worried and fretted about what was ‘covered’ and what wasn’t. People didn’t lose sleep at night wondering if they could get the right treatment or if a treatment would be rejected. Health issues were between a doctor and the patient. You went to the doctor, and then insurance paid 85%, leaving you with a very affordable 15% to pay. Practically no one went bankrupt because they were “under insured”. Nobody was rejected for a treatment. And health insurers were not for profit organizations sans stockholders. This is just to show you how far the USA has sunk since Health Insurance industry took over America with their contributions to the thieving pigs in Congress. Just saying.

Now back to our show in progress:

Apparently, Lord Issa hasn’t shared the rulez of his hearings with any of the other Congress members there, and he doesn’t seem willing to share them when asked either. Rep. Issa makes them up as he goes along, apparently. In any event, all of this is playing out exactly as I suspect Barack Obama planned for his re-election. I am shocked that the Republicans 1) fell for it and 2) are showing us by the minute what terrible women-bashing creatures they really are.  They almost make Barack Obama look respectful to the untrained eye. But nevermind. Here’s a quote for you:

“Where are the women!!?”

Here’s the video to go with it.

Now I would like you to meet the woman Lord Issa refused to allow to testify at his War On Women hearing. Issa said she, “Lacked the proper credentials” to testify. Issa also thought a guy he referred to as a “Moral Philosopher” is qualified.

***Update: Lord Issa and his little penis is tweeting about how if you looked carefully you would see there were two women on his War On Women Panel. What he forgot to say is he ushered in two Stepfords who testified to exactly what he wanted.  If I didn’t know better, I would say one of them looks just like America’s Best Christian, Betty Bowers. Apparently, these two nodders of agreement had the “credentials” he was seeking.

87 Responses

  1. “If ever the Good Old Days would be welcomed back, it is now.”

    Uppity, it is so discouraging that, as you said above, that we would be better off with the “good old days”, but that is so true. Why or why do we women continue to allow males to decide our fates? You are so right about NOW. It is a useless organization. Your post has nailed it!

  2. It’s like, duh. Just when you thought there wasn’t a dime’s worth of difference between the two parties, the Republicans go and prove you’re wrong. – Molly Ivins

  3. Issa tweeted this yesterday, just fyi, which includes a pic:

  4. Oh, goody. “Two of them.”

  5. Sure. We know those 2 women are just there to do the coffee runs.

  6. lol, imust

  7. Issa is truly a bag of steamy running shit. He invited two ANTI BIRTH CONTROL women to his little Fuck Women Fest.

  8. While there are non-contraceptive uses for contraception meds, I really don’t want to g down that path. I stand firmly by the right to use contraception exactly for contraceptive purposes. That use is legitimate on its own.

    As for the difference between the parties, it is minimal. Where are ALL the Democrats? Two women walked out of the House. Where are the other 189.

    Years ago (when NOW was relevant), there were complaints that they were too unyielding regarding abortion law. They said they weren’t willing to suffer ANY erosion because that would start the slippery slope. As it happened, it did.

    So where is NOW now? Since they decided to plant their lips firmly on the Big Zero’s butt, nowhere. Inadequate does not begin to describe their Web site or their lack of action. (Their action is: send a letter to your congresscritter and send us money.)

    March is Women’s History Month. They should be dispatching speakers all over the country, sponsoring events, and getting a movement going. They should be filling my inbox with information on congressional district candidates for the upcoming elections and their positions on women’s reproductive freedom. (Particularly since the right announced their intention to take over the Congress.) They should be ammending their policies and going on an all-out campaign to get the Second Wavers back.

    I suspect they would be able to do something if they actually knew what a feminist looks like.

  9. I certainly see no indication that my post implies I am in favor of the freedom to use birth control for birth control purposes. I was merely pointing out that the pill prevented me from having surgery and possibly losing an ovary at a young age–and how it’s just one more case of how disgusting meddling male pigs like Issa couldn’t care less so long as he shoves his religion in our faces.

  10. I can’t wait till somebody reveals who those two women are. You can bet they are religious nutbags.

  11. In fact, PP tweeted yesterday that he was bringing in two anti birth control women. He’s not getting away with this without seeing who they are be revealed everywhere.

  12. Will you look at that shiny plastic prozac grin on that woman? I bet she speaks in tongues on sunday.

  13. Here are the names of the two women:

    Today’s hearing does in fact include two women, Dr. Allison Garrett of Oklahoma Christian University and Dr. Laura Champion of Calvin College Health Services.”

    http://www.oc.edu/academics/welcome.html

    Allison Garrett was first on the OC campus in 1982 as an undergraduate student. She graduated from OC injust two years and then earned law degrees at the University of Tulsa and Georgetown University. She is a member of both the Oklahoma and Arkansas bars, making the high score on the Arkansas bar exam.

    Her professional experience includes a decade working for Wal-Mart Stores, Inc., in Bentonville, Ark., where she served as vice president of benefits compliance and planning, vice president and general counsel, corporate division, and assistant secretary. She oversaw large staffs and had budgetary responsibility for more than $550 million.

    Her early career included time as a staff attorney for the United States Securities & Exchange Commission in Washington, D.C., and as an associate attorney for Pray, Walker, Jackman, Williamson & Marlar in Tulsa, Okla.

    She was named to the OC Board of Trustees in 2003, at which time she also departed the corporate world for academia as an associate professor of law at Faulkner University in Montgomery, Ala.

    Garrett came to work at OC in 2007 when she was named vice president for academic affairs. In her current role as senior vice president for academic affairs, she oversees the university’s faculty, supervises three colleges and graduate studies, and related academic functions. She led a revision of the university’s core curriculum, and facilitated growth in graduate programs, international recruiting and the Honors Program. She also teaches business law.

    She co-chairs the board of the Dallas-based National Ovarian Cancer Coalition, and is active with the Oklahoma City Chamber of Commerce Advisory Board. She is a published author on a variety of international, corporate governance and pharmacy law topics.

    She and her husband, Chip, also an attorney, have three children, Ethan, Tori and Noah. They attend Wilshire Church of Christ, where both teach Bible class and are involved with Leadership Training for Christ.

    The Board of Trustees will conduct interviews with each nominee and will hold town hall-type gatherings for faculty, staff, students and alumni before a new president is named.

    Millican said the board expects to name a new president at its February board meeting.

  14. For the record, I think Issa should butt out of the contraception issue and stick to grilling Holder.

  15. I’ll tell you one more thing: A few decades ago just about everybody I knew had health insurance, the traditional type BX BS 85/15 policy. It was not only affordable, but nobody worried and fretted about what was ‘covered’ and what wasn’t. People didn’t lose sleep at night wondering if they could get the right treatment or if a treatment would be rejected. Health issues were between a doctor and the patient. You went to the doctor, and then insurance paid 85%, leaving you with a very affordable 15% to pay. Practically no one went bankrupt because they were “under insured”. Nobody was rejected for a treatment. And health insurers were not for profit organizations sans stockholders. This is just to show you how far the USA has sunk since Health Insurance industry took over America with their contributions to the thieving pigs in Congress. Just saying.

    The good old days. Everything just went to hell in this century, as far as I can tell.

  16. UW: I wasn’t implying that you were implying…I was pointing out that that argument should be unnecessary.

  17. Nothing is unnecessary when we have a minute FRACTION of women fighting against a pig who wants to control women. This guy should be pulled off with a hook and nobody is doing squat. His office should be INUNDATED with women, trailing out into the street because there is no room. We have no NOW, we have nothing but a comparative handful of women who are awake.

  18. Issa won’t bother with Holder in the end because they are all one big happy family taking money from the same people.

  19. Issa is the jerk who got rid of our governor and gave us Arnold! He thought he would step into the governor’s spot himself and then when he found out that wouldn’t happened, cried all over the tee-vee.

  20. VM. said
    I think Issa should butt out of the contraception issue and stick to grilling Holder.
    AMEN !!!! 🙂

  21. Issa got prosecuted for car theft fraud. He’s in charge now of women’s bodies. Super. The third wave and all those Naomi Wolf sycophants had better stop romanticizing the hijab and get their asses organized for a March. They are losing. Badly. Daily. And us reviled second wavers are starting not to care. No skin off our noses. Sick of picking up their shit for them. The second wave would have NEVER taken this shit. They would have crowded those halls and made it impossible for anybody to walk to the meeting out of sheer density of bodies.

  22. Ironic, isn’t it, that (predominantly) post-menopausal Second Wavers and GLBTs are more visibly outraged over this than Third Wavers?

  23. By the way, Pat Buchanan got fired from MSNBC for writing a book that basically reiterates what he’s been saying for 50 years. I guess we’ll be seeing him on Fox now.

  24. Let’s see, we have a crumbling infrastructure, an education system in need of a complete overhaul, a crushing national debt because we have been policing a world that is too lazy to clean up its own sh*& but has not problem criticzing us for doing it because are not doing it their way, we have too many people that are unemployed and under employed, too many people on food stamps, too many people that should be in rehab, and what do Issa and his like want to do? Police vaginas. At least he has his priorities straight.

    This idiot has no problem with government interfering with other people’s lives, just not his. Isn’t vagina policing what they did in Romania under that crazy ass whose name started with a C and had a whole mouthful of vowels? They would check on women’s menstrual cycles, when they last had sex if they were fertile. Refused to allow women to use contraceptives or have abortions, and as a result thousands of women died of botched abortions and the orphanges in Romania filled up .Yeah, that’s what we want for our children. Those idiots in DC have lost their damned minds.

  25. I luvs it when Upps is on a roll. Go girl.

  26. <blockquote<"Refused to allow women to use contraceptives or have abortions, and as a result thousands of women died of botched abortions and the orphanges in Romania filled up .Yeah, that’s what we want for our children. "

    That’s what we had in America until Roe v Wade.

    Prior to 1973, anyone with some money could get a safe abortion from their ob/gyn at home. Back when Doctors made house calls, you knew if a doctor showed up and stayed for a few hours, there was most likely a d&c going on.

    If you didn’t have money, there were back-room hacks who would perform half assed abortions in a back room (I’ve even heard about one being performed in a garage in suburban New Jersey). if you didn’t have money, many would try to abort themselves. I personally know 2 young women who came from lower middle class families who died from asepsis following their abortions (one in the basement of a doctors home, the other who tried the DIY method).

    What pisses me off the most (about both parties) is that this is just more political bullshit, and women are getting the shaft (as usual). It has nothing to do with healthcare, nothing to do with religion, and everything to do with politics.

  27. SophieCT:

    I suspect they would be able to do something if they actually knew what a feminist looks like

    Well said!

  28. Sophie, MSNBC and FOX are just mirror images of each other. Caricatures of News channels. You go to either of them and you get nothing but blattering one-sided personal opinion dominated bullshit. CNN is just useless. There is nowhere on TV to go to get actual objective news any longer. They cover what suits them. Look at BP. Any real news network would be hammering about the lies and bullshit about that oil, and would be getting off their fat studio asses and doing investigative reporting, which no longer exists with these divas.

  29. The problem with third wavers is they ar ebusy worrying about evetybody else’s cause while nobody cares about theirs. They inherited their rights, they didn’t work for them. So they are taking them for granted, foolishly imagining that their haters don’t know what limp dim bulbs they really are about women’s rights. They are squandering everything they inherited and are getting bitten by pirhannas every single day. Eventually, they will eat their flesh and the whole silly lot of them will be asking What The Hell Happened? The rest of us are getting sick and tired of doing their worrying for them. Let em sink and start over and see how much fun it isn’t.

  30. MSNBC and FOX are just mirror images of each other. Caricatures of News channels.

    Indeed, UW. They don’t have journalists. They have Sr. News Analysts whose job is to rile up their audiences using God. guns, and gays. They take the most inane topics and make holy wars out of them, each in a bidding war to become the most ridiculous. Their goal is to prevent a real conversation on any legitimate topic by diverting the attention to a blood-boiling topic.

    I get my news from international news outlets, this and kindred blogs, and Comedy Central.

  31. I agree with the sentiments above that Issa should stick with grilling Holder.

    I fear UW is correct…..actually, deep down I know she is, with one qualifier. They’re not a happy family; they’re one big dysfunctional family, but family none the less. Thick as thieves they are…..oooops that was redundant. In the end it’s all kabuki theater.

    I would like to think that Issa jumped the shark yesterday. Unfortunately I don’t know anymore. As UW has so eloquently explained back in the good old days that would have been the case, now I’m not so sure.

    UW the paragraph about how insurance used to be, before HMO’s and stockholders……truer words were never spoken. If only we could return to those kinds of insurance policies and insurance companies.

  32. and Comedy Central.

    HAHAHAHAHA.

  33. Anthony,

    You are right. It has nothing to do with religion. It is all about control.

    And Somebody, what was it that Mark Twain said about Congress–aside from the fact that they are idiots? That Congress is only criminal class in the country?

  34. tru dat. 🙂

  35. Bad HD issues here.

    This all started happening about 15 years ago.

    IMO, most companies do not want to control health insurance by knowing what is cut and what is not (they don’t want the responsibility of being found out). I think all of this is just another way of passing on the buck to the employer. I’ve seen this with my own coverage year after year. Heaven help me if those premiums don’t get paid on time. I have a grandfathered plan that is no longer available to anyone.

    Good thing that I know what is in there. Doesn’t mandating by the gov. cut short most litigation?

    I’m sickened by what is happening in the US with health insurance. Everytime I turn my head, the premiums are going up. The plan has been used less than a handful of times for physician office visits in a period of 8 years. Every year, they come to me with we can lower your costs by cutting this and that. I might as well begin consulting a witch doctor online at the rate that I’m going.

    Women must stand up now or they will be at the back of the bus very soon. (So will the elderly.) The rationing began atleast a decade ago.

    So many people (in large and small groups) have no idea what is in store for them until they actually begin to use the plans. This is particularly prevalent when there is a disaster such as cancer in the scenario. I’m talking a 20 year old under mom or dad’s plan. The thing is that that patient or insured doesn’t have a clue as to what is happening behind the scenes. Their perception maybe of moving smoothly throughout the process, but it is anything but smooth. And there will be repercussions when the plan is discussed the next year.

    The only plan that is more or less still the same as it was 10 years ago is the Federal Indemnity Plan.

  36. The government needs to stay out of the vajayjay period. This is about control. Neither party cares.

    Santorum SuperPac patron Foster Friess told Andrea Mitchell on her MSNBC show: “Back in my days, they used Bayer aspirin for contraception. The gals put it between their knees and it wasn’t that costly,” he said. For those who didn’t get it: His bad joke was a suggestion that women find something to put between their knees so they don’t spread their legs so they don’t do you know what.

    If they don’t say it outloud, you know they are thinking about it. Disgusting.

  37. I honestly don’t know what those old Republican farts like Issa are worried about. Their dicks don’t even work so they needn’t worry about whether or not a woman uses contraception when they try to force themselves on them.

  38. Of course the parts no longer work or get any action. Me thinks it’s that jealousy that drives them to control women more.

  39. Major hard drive failure. I need to start backing up what is salvageable.

  40. I am just so confused. The R’s claim to want less government? So what that really means is they want less govt interference with their fraud and theft while at the same time MORE govt interference in the lives of women?
    They all suck. And if young women do not get up off their asses- they will pay for years – nay- generations! to come.
    As noted above- abortion is not going away. It is just going away for any woman who is not rich. Women in my mother and grandmother’s time- hell since time began, have been having abortions. It is true that back in the day, many were done under the “polite” name D&C.
    Hell, I am past the age of child bearing so why should I care? Oh that’s right- because I have a daughter and a grand daughter.
    AND
    Because if they get away with this- one of my other rights is sure to follow.

  41. The Social Conservative Republicans firmly believe in Individual Rights — the ones they approve of.

  42. After thinking about this for a few hours, I’m beginning to wonder if this isn’t more about government over-reach via Obamacare than women’s issues.

    Any thoughts?

  43. PMM: The Right is schizo in their beliefs vs. voting record. Their “leadership” has manipulated them into this state. Krugman has an interesting article up: Moochers Against Welfare. We’ve talked about this here and on the kindred sites a lot, and here’s the good Dr. weighing in.

  44. I am shocked that the Republicans 1) fell for it

    Actually they didn’t fall for it, they’re in on it. It’s a deadly Kabuki show (deadly for the women in the audience, lucrative for the scum up on stage.)

    and 2) are showing us by the minute what terrible women-bashing creatures they really are. They almost make Barack Obama look respectful to the untrained eye.

    As intended. The oligarchs have their Republican in office already. The R “candidates” are tasked with making sure the choice is an asshole vs. a nutjob. Everybody wins except the 99%!

  45. PMM: Just to be clear, I am not implying that the Left has its shit together at all.

  46. Anthony, it’s one and the same. The new 5010 coding which takes place next year is micromanaging every cell in our bodies. This is what is leading into ObamaCrapCare. It is completely about control. I foresee a lot of people paying cash so that behavior and lifestyles stay off the medical records.

  47. Oh Sophie- I get that- everybody in this Great Room knows both parties are all for giving women the shaft- physically and metaphorically and legally and any other way they can!
    I had a really indecent thought about “Blunt” and whether the name fit the -ahem, cough cough)
    But then I remembered we have teen readers……

  48. Heh PMM, I thought it before you did. lol

  49. Mcnorman- heh- we all probably had the same thought at the same time- great minds and all that- so
    “Coke, jinx a thousand”
    lol I am of course assuming you had that phrase when you were a kid?

  50. Uppity- you have mail

  51. I did PMM. hahahaha

  52. Absurdly, the panel of “Men of Faith” would “counsel” the impregnated rape victim that it’s God’s will, and “allow” the rapist’s refuge: “She asked for it.” Men of this age are all about subordinating Women, asserting their right to sex and abdicating their sacred duty to uplift, respect and cherish the Women whom God has given them. Did anybody see the cads cast as the all male tribe on Season 24:Survivor / One World…they are just like Obama: they see no worth in legitimate competition, cutting corners and rationalizing laziness at every turn. Only Colton exhibits appreciation for females. Experience has taught me to seek and work with the most competitive, positive people I can find. Survivor suggests that third wave males are the reason 3rd Wave “sisters” have nothing to compete for…They’ll jut add paying for their own contraceptives to the list of things these “Who raised these dipshits?” must already cover.

  53. Ya! What SophieCT said!

  54. Hello ((((UPPITY’S))))

    I never had insurance until I was 40 years old,

    I paid for my contraceptives always—-I still go to PP

    I have never had an OBGYN——–Planned Parenthood has ALWAYS taken good care of me–so I stay———

  55. After thinking about this for a few hours, I’m beginning to wonder if this isn’t more about government over-reach via Obamacare than women’s issues.

    Any thoughts?

    I think it’s both, Anthony. A lot of it is about Obamacare’s overreach. But, undeniably, both the Obama and Sanitarium factions are using the anti-contraception hallabaloo to suit their own electoral interests (each of them, for their own reasons, want to divert attention from the bad economy).

  56. Whoa! This must be the first time that MOM occasioned a Clean Up in Aisle 6!! (Well, almost….)

  57. Have to admit that years ago my insurance paid for my birth control- as I had an extremely savvy OB/GYN who wrote it up as being to control irregular and extremely heavy menses. heh.
    I was FURIOUS when the bull crap bull sh*t we have now would not pay for – get this- my daughter’s pelvic exam, pap and bc- because they had already paid for mine for the year or some such bs. They also refused payment on the HPV vaccine- because we have a yearly limit of $500 per person on preventative care.
    And there is the catch on one key component of ocrapcare. It upped our premiums 10% last year- and NO things like colonoscopies are NOT automatically covered. They cover them – up to the $500 limit. So the annual physical cost is $140 just to see the Doc. Then my PAP smear sucks up another 100. So that leaves less than 300. Around here a colonoscopy can run around $3,000- for which cost I am on the hook for everything over my limit. And if they find polyps for God’s sake do NOT let them remove them- because then it is no longer a diagnostic test- and you need pre-approval for surgeries.
    Needless to say neither husband nor I have had that particular test.

  58. Needless to say neither husband nor I have had that particular test.
    *********
    If you and/or your husband have reached the age + other factors that say it’s time for a colonoscopy, then try to find a way to do it. Colon cancer is common and it’s one of the few cancers that, in many cases, is preventable.

  59. Unless something is life threatening, everything will have to be pre approved. Just look at the VA. Anytime that something must be addressed and they don’t have in house staff to do it, there has to be a pre approval. That is what private insurance is doing now as well. It used to be that only HMOs did that.

  60. My folks are rabidly against what they call “socialized medicine.” (Yes, they are retired and on Medicare–no irony there.) Anyway, they claim that friends from other countries tell them you have to wait a long time for an appointment there. Yeah–so much better here, where you can get disapproved immediately.

  61. “My folks are rabidly against what they call “socialized medicine.”
    ***********
    Reminds me of a conversation with the MIL a few years ago. She and her husband were living in England when her daughter was born several month early and about two pounds. Months in the hospital in London (at that time, a child born that early had a poor outcome in most cities in the US), and the best “Harley Srteet” doctors taking care of her, etc., etc. “And the best part is that it didn’t cost me anything”…

    Me…”That’s what we need in this country, “Medicare” for all”

    MIL: (shocked) “THAT”S SOCIALIZED MEDICINE!!!!!!” (also on Medicare)

    Me: changing the subject and wondering what Uppity would say…..

  62. SophieCT said: Ironic, isn’t it, that (predominantly) post-menopausal Second Wavers and GLBTs are more visibly outraged over this than Third Wavers?

    That’s because we can see that when *they* are done with the womenz, we’re next on the list.

    Not to blow my horn, but I have a post up at The Widdershins on the crap they are pulling against women in Virginia if anyone wants to read it.

  63. Fredster: Here–let me blow your horn:

    Fredster’s post at Widdershins is excellent–go read it!

  64. SophieCT: Thanks. 🙂 I was just soooo furious when I saw on tv what they were pulling i was flummoxed. And for that woman to say the procedure is *not* invasive…well let her try it.

  65. UW, what a post for me to ask you a favor on. Can you post a few good words about how swell and tolerant of a guy I am for a conservative on this post of mine http://wp.me/p1M1I6-Xr
    I actually have some liberal folks stopping by the old Hillbilly porch, and I want them to know that they are welcomed. Everybody here is always so nice to me, even though I don’t see eye to eye with em on many subjects. I luv ya maam!

    ps: I will say that I would be happy the federal government was comp[etely out of all helth care and health services.🙂

  66. Virginia makes a law forcing women to get vagina probes. They are officially now renamed Vaginia. I wonder if virginia women are going to sit back and take this. Fredster at Widdershins:
    http://tinyurl.com/6qram2v

  67. Just left your blog, Hillbilly. We got yer back! Hey everybody, go on over to Hillbilly’s place and let them know he’s our own personal blog hillbilly! Ignore the cows in the header! He’s a sweet sweet man.

  68. As I have expanded my blogging horizons, I have come across sites that range from art to foods. The nice people of these blogs are all welcome here. I don’t care about race,color,gender, sexual preferences,age, or political views. I know I may beat on liberals a bit, but most of them I have met through blogging are rather nice folks who I would have some beers with and hang out at a NASCAR race with!

    Tell Hillbilly thank you, here. Just do it!
    http://theconservativehillbilly.wordpress.com/2012/02/17/everbody-is-welcome-here-on-the-hillbillys-porch/

  69. Now you see SHV, this is why i recommend that people only marry orphans. LOLOL

    Doh, MIL. Doh.

  70. Amazing, Sophie. The waits are for elective surgery. Try getting a specialist appointment here for an elective issue and wait months just to see them.

  71. That panel is getting away with this because They Can. The third wave is useless. They tweet and do flash mob dances when they should be crowding those hearing hallways with so many bodies that nobody can get to the room. none of this is anything 50,000 women with torches and pitchforks can’t fix. The second wave would NEVER take this shit.

  72. I just loved the rabbi’s speech on the panel comparing our personal body decisions to forcing him to sell pork. I have blogged my ass off in support of Israel and Jews and I have to listen to this cavemen compare me to pork. Fuck you, rabbi.

  73. The women of America are hockey pucks for obama and the GOP. This is because the are LETTING IT HAPPEN.

  74. MCN, foster friess is supposed to be on Tee Vee tonight to mansplain’ what he meant.

  75. Brava!! This post and so many others like it are why I loves ya, Uppity!!! Screw Issa and everything he is up to.

    Uppity @ 9:30 a.m.
    “Issa won’t bother with Holder in the end because they are all one big happy family taking money from the same people.”

    Exactly… dogs and ponies, ponies and dogs.

  76. “See anything missing at this table?”–Her Uppityness

    Brains? 😈

  77. CNN’s Dana Loesch equates trans-vaginal ultrasound to having sex.
    http://littlegreenfootballs.com/article/39937_CNNs_Dana_Loesch_Equates_Mandatory_Trans-Vaginal_Ultrasound_to_Having_Sex

  78. Uppity@8:07. Yeah, but if it’s like sex, it’s certainly not consensual so what does that make it? Rape.

  79. Oh come on, Fredster. They figure we love it.

  80. Uppity: I see…pregnant = slut, at least to them.

  81. Yup Fredster. Imagine getting raped and being forced to do this to remind you what a slut you are for getting raped.

  82. Hey Soup! You’d best get tweeting. I saw cobwebs over at your place up there!

  83. Okay here’s the deal. You don’t get another post from me till you visit Hillbilly’s party.

  84. MCN, foster friess is supposed to be on Tee Vee tonight to mansplain’ what he meant.

    I missed it. I am stuck in hard drive Hell. I heard one of his reps state that it was a bad joke. Uh huh…well, if his peepee happens to fall off in public and I laugh, I will say the same darned thing.

  85. McN, foster said he’s sorry we ‘misunderstood’ his ‘joke’.

  86. I just followed Mitt Romney on Twitter. He followed me back a few hours later. You think Barack wants to follow me? Or Rick? How about Newt?

  87. http://www.plunderbund.com/2012/02/18/sperm-are-people-too/

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