This is one of those things I wish I hadn’t come across with the morning coffee. But I did, and there’s no getting the lid back on now.
Allow me to present the fragrant Mississippi state Representative Bubba Carpenter, here holding forth on that state’s recently passed abortion ban;
It’s going to be challenged, of course, in the Supreme Court and all — but literally, we stopped abortion in the state of Mississippi, legally, without having to– Roe vs. Wade. So we’ve done that. I was proud of it. The governor signed it into law. And of course, there you have the other side. They’re like, ‘Well, the poor pitiful women that can’t afford to go out of state are just going to start doing them at home with a coat hanger. That’s what we’ve learned over and over and over.’
But hey, you have to have moral values. You have to start somewhere, and that’s what we’ve decided to do. This became law and the governor signed it, and I think for one time, we were first in the nation in the state of Mississippi.
Yep, you have to have moral values. Yep, you have to start somewhere.
Good thing this “war on women” thing is just a figment of our collective, feverish, we-just-love-big-gummint imaginations, otherwise, you know, something like this might just make a person want to mail this no-neck prick a coathanger.
What a shame we don’t know his address. Oh wait, someone in the comment thread over at TP found it. What a good idea….
8 Carpenter Dr.
Not that anyone would ever want to call him, but just in case; 662-427-8281
That’s a bellyfull for me for the day —I’m off to take a bunch of tomato and poblano starts over to Mikey’s and stick ‘em in the ground, and man, they are looking good. Something sane and delightful as a palate cleanser.