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    "The FLAGRANT SEXUAL HYPOCRISY of CONSERVATIVE MEN"...

    It's laughable. Any REPUBLICAN ever been put under oath to ask about 'consensual BLOWJOBS'? Just wondering? Family values = fucking outside of your marriage, as long as you don't get caught!

    Just this week. Ban on +20 week abortions. Said business doesn't have to pay for birth control. What are REPUBLICANS punishing women for?


    The Flagrant Sexual Hypocrisy of Conservative Men


    Jennifer Weiner OCT. 6, 2017



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    Representative Tim Murphy, Republican of Pennsylvania, on Capitol Hill in 2014. He announced on Thursday that he would resign his seat in the wake of news reports saying that he urged his mistress to have an abortion. CreditJonathan Ernst/ReutersThere are a few, rare exceptions that abortion opponents tend to allow to their hard-line rules: rape, incest, life or health of the mother, and “I got my mistress pregnant.”

    The most recent culprit in the category of anti-abortion double-think is Tim Murphy, a Pennsylvania Republican who on Thursday announced he would resign from his House seat this month. Two days before, Mr. Murphy had voted for a bill that would ban abortion after 20 weeks on the medically dubious grounds that, at that age, a fetus can experience pain.

    “I was proud both to sponsor and vote for this important bill to clearly stand for the dignity and value of all human life, both the born and the unborn,” Mr. Murphy wrote in a statement posted on his office’s Facebook page after the bill passed in the House.

    Then The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette published texts revealing that when Mr. Murphy’s mistress thought she was pregnant, he urged her to consider an abortion.
    Sound familiar? Perhaps Mr. Murphy’s story calls to mind the Tennessee congressman Scott DesJarlais, who is similarly pro-life in the streets, pro-choice in the sheets.


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    Dang, politicians involved in a scandal, going against their platform to cover up their indiscretions? Unheard of. Happens on both sides, always has always will. If this is a shot at one side, eventually it will be a shot at the other side, they are all involved in a bit of Monkey Business.
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    Quote Originally Posted by cpicturetaker12 View Post
    It's laughable. Any REPUBLICAN ever been put under oath to ask about 'consensual BLOWJOBS'? Just wondering? Family values = fucking outside of your marriage, as long as you don't get caught!

    Just this week. Ban on +20 week abortions. Said business doesn't have to pay for birth control. What are REPUBLICANS punishing women for?


    The Flagrant Sexual Hypocrisy of Conservative Men


    Jennifer Weiner OCT. 6, 2017



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    Representative Tim Murphy, Republican of Pennsylvania, on Capitol Hill in 2014. He announced on Thursday that he would resign his seat in the wake of news reports saying that he urged his mistress to have an abortion. CreditJonathan Ernst/ReutersThere are a few, rare exceptions that abortion opponents tend to allow to their hard-line rules: rape, incest, life or health of the mother, and “I got my mistress pregnant.”

    The most recent culprit in the category of anti-abortion double-think is Tim Murphy, a Pennsylvania Republican who on Thursday announced he would resign from his House seat this month. Two days before, Mr. Murphy had voted for a bill that would ban abortion after 20 weeks on the medically dubious grounds that, at that age, a fetus can experience pain.

    “I was proud both to sponsor and vote for this important bill to clearly stand for the dignity and value of all human life, both the born and the unborn,” Mr. Murphy wrote in a statement posted on his office’s Facebook page after the bill passed in the House.

    Then The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette published texts revealing that when Mr. Murphy’s mistress thought she was pregnant, he urged her to consider an abortion.
    Sound familiar? Perhaps Mr. Murphy’s story calls to mind the Tennessee congressman Scott DesJarlais, who is similarly pro-life in the streets, pro-choice in the sheets.


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    https://www.nytimes.com/2017/10/06/opinion/sunday/conservative-men-abortion-hypocrisy.html?action=click&pgtype=Homepage&clickS ource=story-heading&module=opinion-c-col-left-region®ion=opinion-c-col-left-region&WT.nav=opinion-c-col-left-region
    Most of them are too old for birth control.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cpicturetaker12 View Post
    It's laughable. Any REPUBLICAN ever been put under oath to ask about 'consensual BLOWJOBS'? Just wondering? Family values = fucking outside of your marriage, as long as you don't get caught!

    Just this week. Ban on +20 week abortions. Said business doesn't have to pay for birth control. What are REPUBLICANS punishing women for?


    The Flagrant Sexual Hypocrisy of Conservative Men


    Jennifer Weiner OCT. 6, 2017



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    Representative Tim Murphy, Republican of Pennsylvania, on Capitol Hill in 2014. He announced on Thursday that he would resign his seat in the wake of news reports saying that he urged his mistress to have an abortion. CreditJonathan Ernst/ReutersThere are a few, rare exceptions that abortion opponents tend to allow to their hard-line rules: rape, incest, life or health of the mother, and “I got my mistress pregnant.”

    The most recent culprit in the category of anti-abortion double-think is Tim Murphy, a Pennsylvania Republican who on Thursday announced he would resign from his House seat this month. Two days before, Mr. Murphy had voted for a bill that would ban abortion after 20 weeks on the medically dubious grounds that, at that age, a fetus can experience pain.

    “I was proud both to sponsor and vote for this important bill to clearly stand for the dignity and value of all human life, both the born and the unborn,” Mr. Murphy wrote in a statement posted on his office’s Facebook page after the bill passed in the House.

    Then The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette published texts revealing that when Mr. Murphy’s mistress thought she was pregnant, he urged her to consider an abortion.
    Sound familiar? Perhaps Mr. Murphy’s story calls to mind the Tennessee congressman Scott DesJarlais, who is similarly pro-life in the streets, pro-choice in the sheets.


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    https://www.nytimes.com/2017/10/06/opinion/sunday/conservative-men-abortion-hypocrisy.html?action=click&pgtype=Homepage&clickS ource=story-heading&module=opinion-c-col-left-region®ion=opinion-c-col-left-region&WT.nav=opinion-c-col-left-region
    Was not going to run,now resigned. That makes about ten Republicans in the House that are bowing out.
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    Quote Originally Posted by cpicturetaker12 View Post
    It's laughable. Any REPUBLICAN ever been put under oath to ask about 'consensual BLOWJOBS'? Just wondering? Family values = fucking outside of your marriage, as long as you don't get caught!

    Just this week. Ban on +20 week abortions. Said business doesn't have to pay for birth control. What are REPUBLICANS punishing women for?


    The Flagrant Sexual Hypocrisy of Conservative Men


    Jennifer Weiner OCT. 6, 2017



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    Representative Tim Murphy, Republican of Pennsylvania, on Capitol Hill in 2014. He announced on Thursday that he would resign his seat in the wake of news reports saying that he urged his mistress to have an abortion. CreditJonathan Ernst/ReutersThere are a few, rare exceptions that abortion opponents tend to allow to their hard-line rules: rape, incest, life or health of the mother, and “I got my mistress pregnant.”

    The most recent culprit in the category of anti-abortion double-think is Tim Murphy, a Pennsylvania Republican who on Thursday announced he would resign from his House seat this month. Two days before, Mr. Murphy had voted for a bill that would ban abortion after 20 weeks on the medically dubious grounds that, at that age, a fetus can experience pain.

    “I was proud both to sponsor and vote for this important bill to clearly stand for the dignity and value of all human life, both the born and the unborn,” Mr. Murphy wrote in a statement posted on his office’s Facebook page after the bill passed in the House.

    Then The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette published texts revealing that when Mr. Murphy’s mistress thought she was pregnant, he urged her to consider an abortion.
    Sound familiar? Perhaps Mr. Murphy’s story calls to mind the Tennessee congressman Scott DesJarlais, who is similarly pro-life in the streets, pro-choice in the sheets.


    RELATED COVERAGE



    https://www.nytimes.com/2017/10/06/opinion/sunday/conservative-men-abortion-hypocrisy.html?action=click&pgtype=Homepage&clickS ource=story-heading&module=opinion-c-col-left-region®ion=opinion-c-col-left-region&WT.nav=opinion-c-col-left-region
    Funny isn't it; the right-wing is coming unglued.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Engine-Ear View Post
    Dang, politicians involved in a scandal, going against their platform to cover up their indiscretions? Unheard of. Happens on both sides, always has always will. If this is a shot at one side, eventually it will be a shot at the other side, they are all involved in a bit of Monkey Business.
    The Family Values Party? Then what does that mean?
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    bumping

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    Tim Murphy resigned in disgrace because he knew he lost his base. So what does this prove?
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    Quote Originally Posted by cpicturetaker12 View Post
    The Family Values Party? Then what does that mean?
    People in power are hypocrites whether they work in Washington or Hollywood.
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