August 20, 2012.  “If it’s a legitimate rape, the female body has ways to try to shut that whole thing down."  -Todd Akin.  According to Todd, when a woman is raped, her body magically rejects the sperm of the rapist, preventing pregnancy. But if she wanted it or enjoys the experience, then she will get pregnant. 


June 14, 2012.  Arguing against defunding Planned Parenthood in a debate before the Michigan House of Representatives, Lisa Brown said said: "I'm flattered you're all so interested in my vagina. But no means no." Michigan State Rep. Lisa Brown (D-West Bloomfield).  Rep. Mike Callton told the press that what she said was so vile, so disgusting, that he could never bear to mention it in front of women or "mixed company."  The next day Representative Brown was banned from speaking on the House floor.  In response to a storm of protest against banning the Representative the Republicans stated that the banning was not punishment for the word "vagina" but for her lack of decorum and throwing a temper tantrum.  Videos of the comment clearly show not anger or shock on anybody's part at the time of the "vagina" remark.

Coercing abortion is felony with $10,000 fine.  Doctor must ask every women coming in for an abortion if anyone suggested that she have an abortion.  If she says, "Yes, my mother," or "Yes, my boyfriend," the doctor must stop planning for the abortion and call the police who must arrest the coercer.


August 20, 2012.  Vice Presidential candidate Paul Ryan supports the Zygote Personhood law.  This would not only force every pregnant woman to give birth to every unwanted pregnancy, but would hold her guilty of murder if she negligently caused a miscarriage, by, for example, mowing a lawn too vigourously.




2008, Presidental Election with Sarah Palin running as Vice President on the Republican ticket.  Sarah Palin, the perfect Republican woman, gave birth to a Downs Syndrome child while two of her teenage daughters became pregnant out of wedlock.