It’s not the policy! It’s not the policy! It’s not the policy! I think the reporters know that it’s not the policy. But that’s exactly why reporters are questioning you John McCain. See, in his old age John McCain appears to have forgotten that Don’t Ask Don’t Tell is about homosexuals in the military instead of the relationship between politicians and reporters. Mike Almy later stated he was shocked McCain would say such a thing as he testified no more then 20 feet from McCain about the incident. Perhaps McCain’s hearing aid was malfunctioning? Unfortunately for John McCain repeating something you want to be true over and over works about as well when you’re 8 years old as it does when you’re 80. It is quite entertaining however.

In the last Indiana senate debate Richard Mourdock actually stated that “rape pregnancies” were, and I quote, “something that God intended to happen” as a defence for his opposition to women having the right to control what their bodies do, siding definitively on the side or rapists… doing God’s work everywhere. I’m not even sure if it’s a case of religion gone too far but try as I might to relate to the inner workings of Tea Party Philosophy it appears to take extremist pages from groups like The Taliban. When you point out these kinds of things about some republicans people often respond “he doesn’t’ represent all republicans” and no, he doesn’t. However, he does represent the state of Indiana who presently support him with 49.8% of the vote (meaning nearly 100% of Indiana’s republicans) in the New York Times Nate Silver’s 538 projection model. It’s nice to know that Indiana is with God, and God is with the rapists. Stay classy Tea Party.