'Scott Brown Bites the Heads off of Little Children and Drinks Their Blood'

The charge against Scott Brown made above is a follow up to the one the Democrats in Massachusetts are making today in a mailer:



The justification for this outrageously exaggerated, and deliberately falsified charge is that Brown voted for a provision that would allow hospital workers not to inform rape victims of the availability of the "Morning After" pill if their religious convictions prevented them from doing so.

Not exactly - or even remotely similar to - "turning away" rape victims from hospitals but hey! Who's keeping track, right?

A side note of reality; there has never been a recorded instance of any hospital worker refusing to give the morning after pill to a rape victim if it was requested. In fact, those workers who are uncomfortable informing rape victims of this option invariably bring someone else into the consultation who will. That's the way the system works and the Democrat's ad is as much an indictment of hospital workers with religious convictions as it is Brown.

Now, if you're a Republican, it does absolutely no good to condemn this ad. That's because some mouth breathing, thumb sucking liberal will come back and throw up the equivalency thing in your face. Never mind that it takes someone with the mind of a 5 year old to essentially say, "Yeah, well yous guys does it too - and worse!" No matter. What counts is that nothing Democrats ever do is worse than any one thing a Republican has done. I will faint dead away if a Democrat were ever to categorically and without reservation or qualification condemn an ad like this.

This is the way of the world as it is perceived in the "reality based community."



The charge against Scott Brown made above is a follow up to the one the Democrats in Massachusetts are making today in a mailer:



The justification for this outrageously exaggerated, and deliberately falsified charge is that Brown voted for a provision that would allow hospital workers not to inform rape victims of the availability of the "Morning After" pill if their religious convictions prevented them from doing so.

Not exactly - or even remotely similar to - "turning away" rape victims from hospitals but hey! Who's keeping track, right?

A side note of reality; there has never been a recorded instance of any hospital worker refusing to give the morning after pill to a rape victim if it was requested. In fact, those workers who are uncomfortable informing rape victims of this option invariably bring someone else into the consultation who will. That's the way the system works and the Democrat's ad is as much an indictment of hospital workers with religious convictions as it is Brown.

Now, if you're a Republican, it does absolutely no good to condemn this ad. That's because some mouth breathing, thumb sucking liberal will come back and throw up the equivalency thing in your face. Never mind that it takes someone with the mind of a 5 year old to essentially say, "Yeah, well yous guys does it too - and worse!" No matter. What counts is that nothing Democrats ever do is worse than any one thing a Republican has done. I will faint dead away if a Democrat were ever to categorically and without reservation or qualification condemn an ad like this.

This is the way of the world as it is perceived in the "reality based community."



RECENT VIDEOS