Tina Fey Roasts ‘Legitimate Rape’ Creator Todd Akin

At the Center for Reproductive Rights Inaugural Gala on October 24, SNL and 30 Rock writer/actress Tina Fey roasted Todd AkinRichard Mourdock, Tom Smith and Steve King‘s backward views on rape and pregnancy.

“I wish we could have an honest and respectful dialogue about these complicated issues, but it seems like we can’t right now,” Fey told the audience.

“If I have to listen to one more gray-faced man with a two-dollar haircut explain to me what rape is, I’m gonna lose my mind.”

“It’s making me dumber when I say it. But it’s something about the body not being able to get pregnant when it’s under physical stress.”

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When Will It Stop? Tom Smith Compares His Unmarried Daughter’s Pregnancy To Rape

You’d think the backlash over Todd Akin‘s beyond-ignorant remarks on “legitimate rape” and how women’s bodies can “shut that whole thing down” would maybe JUST MAYBE make other Republicans wary about discussing the topic.

Instead, a wave of other mentally challenged virgins who skipped sex-ed class for church have come out with their own illegitimate thoughts.

Mike Huckabee talked about the wonderful people who came into this world because of “forcible rape” while Rush Limbaugh spoke against Akin and compared him to Joe Biden for no apparent reason.

Iowa congressman Steve King reportedly told KMEG-14 that he’d “never heard of” a child getting pregnant after rape. Now we can add another person to the list idiots with no filter…

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Congressman Steve King Also Thinks It’s Impossible To Become Pregnant After Rape

I’m not aware of a woman’s magical ability to turn her ovaries off after having sex with an unwelcome partner, nor an ability to shut off my own brain after getting raped by the comments of clueless old Republicans.

“Well I just haven’t heard of that being a circumstance that’s been brought to me in any personal way, and I’d be open to discussion about that subject matter,” Iowa’s Steve King told KMEG-TV.

That’s his response to a question about 12-year-olds getting pregnant.

He’s a supporter of a bill that would end Federal funding of abortions to victims of rape, which sounds like a brilliant way to secure a fiery condo in that hell place he probably believes in.  Continue reading “Congressman Steve King Also Thinks It’s Impossible To Become Pregnant After Rape”