Thursday, March 12, 2015

Texas State Representative Jonathan Stickland is a former fetus and our latest Putz of the Week.

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Our latest Putz of the Week comes from right here in the Lone Star State! Meet Texas State Representative Jonathan “Former Fetus” Stickland (R-Fetusville), the GOP’s Pillsbury doughboy doppelganger, who’s such a hardline pro-lifer that he decided to find the most creative way possible to let the “baby murderers” at Planned Parenthood know they were not welcome in his government office to discuss additional funding for their Breast and Cervical Cancer Screening program. Because he doesn’t give a shit about women. Just fetuses.
So what did Stickland do? He posted the following sign on his office door to make sure everybody knows that fetuses could grow up one day to be clever, successful adult assholes JUST LIKE HIM.
When State Representative Charlie Geren, chairman of the House Administration Committee and another pro-life Republican, removed the sign, Stickland threw a tantrum and lied to the Texas Tribune that the sign was “ripped down and thrown in my staffer’s face by Charlie Geren.”

Geren told the Tribune that he removed the sign because it violated Capitol maintenance rules. “If Stickland wants to act like a child, that’s fair, but I did not rip it down.”

Frankly, anybody who packs a loaded instrument of death under his spare tire CANNOT claim to be “pro-life.” What a fucking jackass.

Thank you for reading this. It’s lunch time!

1 comment:

Grover Syck said...

Typical Texas teatard.
He is so full of elephant crap his eyes are greenish brown.

He has no right to tell women what they can or cannot do with their body. From his comments, he does not have enough sense to tell any one what to do.