The GOP has now decided that ‘Pregnancy Begins 2 Weeks Before Conception, at least in Arizona. I kid you not – or if I had – it would have been two weeks ago. Do you see how crazy the assault of the GOP on women, and the disadvantaged has gone? They can no longer contain their long reaching arms within the three dimensional world, but have moved into “spookyville”, where legitimate rape is different from plain rape, and now, they tell us that the legitimate rape really occurred two weeks earlier than the day it actually happened!
‘Pregnancy Begins 2 Weeks Before Conception’ Now The Law In Arizona
In Arizona, women are now legally pregnant two weeks before conception, according to a new law, the Orwellianly-named, “Women’s Health and Safety Act,” signed yesterday by Republican Governor Jan Brewer. The scientifically, medically, ethically, and intellectually dishonest legislation is designed to reduce the amount of time a woman is allowed to have a legal abortion, and is one of the most draconian bills to become law in America.
Would someone tell all those delegates in Tampa that the GOP Convention ended two weeks ago since they were all conceived a fortnight earlier than they originally thought? By Arizona law, they are not really there!
You may wonder why Janet Brewer would concoct a law that bends string theory and all the wildest nightmares of Einstein into a law that defies time and space, and then expects everyone to believe it. It goes right along with the idea that the wealthiest among us are job creators, even though as the rich have gotten richer over the past decade the middle class has shrunk from grape to raisin. Now they are ready to bend time and space do decrease the legal time before a rape victim can have an abortion.
The bill was sponsored by extremist Arizona State Rep. Kimberly Yee, who last month penned an op-ed titled, “No drug test, no welfare.” Yee (pictured right)wrote:
States have an obligation to hold those on public assistance accountable for their actions. Receiving a public benefit is a privilege, not a right. The debate on drug testing welfare recipients is simply about the responsible use of tax dollars.
It’s unclear where in the U.S. constitution it states that the states “have an obligation to hold those on public assistance accountable for their actions.”
This would be a lot more funny, if it were not unfolding before our very eyes like some nasty trick of Crusty the Clown or the witch who lives in the gingerbread house in the middle of the forest. This is really happening right here and now in America as we follow the path of bread crumbs left by the wealthiest witches on our way to the hot stove at the end of the path. At least when we choke out our last breath we can be comforted to know that it all really happened two weeks ago.