Thursday, February 16, 2012

What's Wrong With This Picture: The Sequel

These are the witnesses testifying on the birth control benefit right now on Capitol Hill.
What is wrong with this picture? [h/t Planned Parenthood]

7 comments:

Fr. John said...

Hi, Susan. Thanks for the photo!

http://episconixonian.blogspot.com/2012/02/issa-dope.html

David said...

Well, to only state the obvious- they're all men, and chances are not one of them is even an actualize gay men, or they would have brought a half dozen women colleagues along, to tell how it really is.

So obviously these.... thugs, mis-representing themselves and spokespersons for the truth of womens' lives, don't have a hope in hell of telling anything even remotely aproximating the truth!

Thanks Susan

LGMarshall said...

"What are we, chopped liver?"- FATHERS . (equal pro creators)

In many important areas of childhood development, Fathers prove to be even MORE significant than Mothers! Go figure.

Strong Father influence, (regardless of father's income), far outweighs any weak, or negative Maternal influence.
--Well being
--Emotional security
--Cognitive ability
--Educational achievement
--Social behavior
--Regulation of feelings
--Physical Health
--Self control
--Self actualization

[Dual Lesbian parental households fare well, but have yet to match above 'Fathering' stratum. Don't get me wrong, we are hopeful, & eagerly await that milestone. )

MarkBrunson said...

. . thugs, mis-representing themselves and spokespersons for the truth of womens' lives, don't have a hope in hell of telling anything even remotely aproximating the truth!

So, they're all Republicans, as well?

SUSAN RUSSELL said...

Oh for God's sake, LG ... get some therapy.

Nixon is Lord said...

The second from the left one is the President of the Missouri Synod Lutherans.
What is an "actualize" gay man?
They're all clergy?

uffda51 said...

If men are "equal pro-creators," can any of the Catholic bishops, Congressmen, or Republican presidential frontrunners provide us with statistics documenting the mortality rates of pregnancy-related deaths in males?