Exhibit 1: Janet Howell, Democrat, senator, feminist, loon, Fairfax (see her photo to the right, on her best day).
Howell Seeks Gender Equity in Ultrasound BillA rectal exam. Boy, I'll bet Howell and the three remaining feminists in America got a big chuckle out of that one.
To protest a bill that would require women to undergo an ultrasound before having an abortion, Virginia State Sen. Janet Howell (D-Reston) on Monday attached an amendment that would require men to have a rectal exam and a cardiac stress test before obtaining a prescription for erectile dysfunction medication.
"We need some gender equity here," she told HuffPost. "The Virginia senate is about to pass a bill that will require a woman to have totally unnecessary medical procedure at their cost and inconvenience. If we're going to do that to women, why not do that to men?"
The Senate will formally vote on the mandatory ultrasound bill on Tuesday. [link]
I don't want to give this goof's idea too much attention, but was there supposed to be some kind of legislative equivalence to her amendment? Or was this the equivalent of her fellow feminists' bra-burning escapades of last century (that resulted in a lot of breasts now sagging around a lot of wrinkled feminist knees this century)?
I am bra-less; hear me roar.
This Howell woman thinks she's being cute. We think otherwise. As Virginia looks to legislators to help us in these troubled times, she's playing games.
Speaks volumes about who these Democrats are.
And about why we reject them in ever growing numbers.