GOP Rape Advisory Chart

  • metta

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    Oct 26, 2012 1:36 AM GMT
    GOP Rape Advisory Chart


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    http://www.dailykos.com/story/2012/10/24/1149395/-GOP-Rape-Advisory-Chart-h-t-to-connecticutie
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    Oct 26, 2012 1:40 AM GMT
    Common denominator: Only females get raped.

    Does this mean it's perfectly ok to rape all the hot guys at work and at the gym?
  • reptile18

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    Oct 26, 2012 1:57 AM GMT
    LOL. Thanks for sharing this!

    I really can't see why people continue to defend them when they say this kind of bull!
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    Oct 26, 2012 2:05 AM GMT
    OMG even the Democrats are creating socks now?

    Fucking copycats...

    Sometimes I hate my own party. icon_lol.gif
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    Oct 26, 2012 5:14 PM GMT



    Tina Fey Tired Of ‘Gray-Faced Men With $2 Haircuts’ Telling Her What Rape Is

    http://thenewcivilrightsmovement.com/tina-fey-tired-of-gray-faced-men-with-2-haircuts-telling-her-what-rape-is/politics/2012/10/26/52265
  • metta

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    Oct 26, 2012 6:12 PM GMT
    Richard Mourdock One Of At Least A Dozen GOP Senate Candidates Who Oppose Abortion For Rape Victims


    http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2012/10/25/richard-mourdock-abortion_n_2018934.html
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    Oct 26, 2012 8:11 PM GMT
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    Oct 26, 2012 8:12 PM GMT
    It's funny how people are so up in arms when Akin says it or Mourdock says it as if it's unique to them in the Republican Party. But it's in the REPUBLICAN PARTY PLATFORM. Republicans, by majority vote, included a demand for a Constitutional Amendment banning abortion, with no exception for rape and incest. Akin and Mourdock are just willing to say out loud what the rest of them are thinking.
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    Oct 26, 2012 8:35 PM GMT
    sfbayguy saidAkin and Mourdock are just willing to say out loud what the rest of them are thinking.

    And what the RJ conservaposse here is telling us we should all vote for.

    And if you reply: "Well MY Republican representatives, in the State House or in Congress, don't think that way" then think again.

    The US Federal system of government gives the majority a great deal of legislative power. They chair the committees that hold hearings, consider legislation and pass it on to the entire chamber for a vote.

    And as Republicans have demonstrated without a doubt these past 4 years, from one end of this country to the other, they will all vote in lock step with their Party. So that your own local "good guy" Republican will vote with the radical pack when he or she gets leaned on. And by contributing to forming a majority by their mere presence in a chamber, they entitle the teabagger nutjobs to chair critical committees and set the legislative agenda.

    If you don't like what ANY of these right-wing wackos support, like a Bachmann, an Akins, Mourdock or others like them, then vote for NO Republicans. To empower one is to empower them all.
  • CuriousJockAZ

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    Oct 26, 2012 8:58 PM GMT
    ART_DECO said
    And what the RJ conservaposse here is telling us we should all vote for.



    More lies from you. Please cite any posts where any conservative has told you to vote any way.
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    Oct 26, 2012 9:29 PM GMT
    CuriousJockAZ said



    More lies from you. Please cite any posts where any conservative has told you to vote any way.



    DUH! CuriousJockAZ, IT WAS YOU who basically told us to

    NOT VOTE FOR MITT when you delivered these words:

    " I have stated many MANY times that I have a problem with Mitt Romney in a variety of areas -- not the least of which is
    THE FACT THAT HE IS AGAINST "CIVIL UNIONS" , which I find perplexing and all kinds of disappointing.

    I was also extremely disappointed that
    HE SIGNED "THE PLEDGE" APPEASING THE FAR RIGHT regarding working towards a constitutional amendment for DOMA. "
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    Oct 26, 2012 9:43 PM GMT
    JockTheVote said
    CuriousJockAZ said



    More lies from you. Please cite any posts where any conservative has told you to vote any way.



    DUH! CuriousJockAZ, IT WAS YOU who basically told us to

    NOT VOTE FOR MITT when you delivered these words:

    " I have stated many MANY times that I have a problem with Mitt Romney in a variety of areas -- not the least of which is
    THE FACT THAT HE IS AGAINST "CIVIL UNIONS" , which I find perplexing and all kinds of disappointing.

    I was also extremely disappointed that
    HE SIGNED "THE PLEDGE" APPEASING THE FAR RIGHT regarding working towards a constitutional amendment for DOMA. "



    LOL! You keep quoting me and I'm not sure what the point you're trying to make is. Of course I'm not happy that Mitt Romney is against civil unions or that he signed the pledge --- why would I be?
  • HottJoe

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    Oct 26, 2012 9:45 PM GMT
    CJAZLOL! You keep quoting me and I'm not sure what the point you're trying to make is. Of course I'm not happy that Mitt Romney is against civil unions or that he signed the pledge --- why would I be?


    So, you're voting for Obama then????icon_rolleyes.gif
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    Oct 26, 2012 9:51 PM GMT
    "LOL! You keep quoting me and I'm not sure what the point you're trying to make is. Of course I'm not happy that Mitt Romney is against civil unions or that he signed the pledge --- why would I be? "


    CuriousJockAZ, I always want to make sure you get credit for making the case against The MITT.


    As you say: " I'm not happy that

    MITT ROMNEY IS AGAINST CIVIL UNIONS

    or THAT HE SIGNED THE PLEDGE"

    (that would be the pledge to sign a FEDERAL BAN AGAINST OUR HAVING THE RIGHT TO MARRY).

    Of course you are much to polite to say it, but I'm sure we're both thinking

    that MITT IS A REAL PIECE OF SHIT.

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    Oct 26, 2012 10:06 PM GMT
    CuriousJockAZ said
    ART_DECO said
    And what the RJ conservaposse here is telling us we should all vote for.

    More lies from you. Please cite any posts where any conservative has told you to vote any way.

    You have now won the prize as the most bald-faced liar on RJ, even exceeding southbeach1500. I suppose all the Romney fan letters the conservaposse has been spamming here are not intended to encourage us to vote for him? And all the right-wing anti-Obama slanders are actually to discourage us from voting for Romney?

    You really do take the cake. Black is white and night is day, reality & logic turned upside down. But very typical of a right-winger. icon_razz.gif
  • CuriousJockAZ

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    Oct 26, 2012 10:15 PM GMT
    ART_DECO said
    CuriousJockAZ said
    ART_DECO said
    And what the RJ conservaposse here is telling us we should all vote for.

    More lies from you. Please cite any posts where any conservative has told you to vote any way.

    You have now won the prize as the most bald-faced liar on RJ, even exceeding southbeach1500. I suppose all the Romney fan letters the conservaposse has been spamming here are not intended to encourage us to vote for him? And all the right-wing anti-Obama slanders are actually to discourage us from voting for Romney?

    You really do take the cake. Black is white and night is day, reality & logic turned upside down. But very typical of a right-winger. icon_razz.gif


    I could care less who you vote for. I don't recall ANYONE ever telling you to vote for anyone. Those were your words. If you can prove them true, by all means cite an example. I think it will prove who the liar is here. You are disingenuous as they come, and everyone here knows it.
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    Oct 26, 2012 11:14 PM GMT
    CuriousJockAZ saidI could care less who you vote for. I don't recall ANYONE ever telling you to vote for anyone. Those were your words. If you can prove them true, by all means cite an example. I think it will prove who the liar is here. You are disingenuous as they come, and everyone here knows it.

    GOProud: Why gay Americans, and those who care about gay Americans, should vote for Mitt Romney

    http://www.realjock.com/gayforums/2738293/

    Just one of the gems from that thread, besides the incredible OP itself which alone proves my statement:

    DontQuoteMe saidPresident Elect Romney cannot come soon enough so [the gay community] can be hit up the side of the head with a solid dose of reality.

    Yep, I think we just discovered who the liar here is. icon_biggrin.gif
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    Oct 26, 2012 11:48 PM GMT
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    Yep, I think we just discovered who the liar here is. icon_biggrin.gif


    Victims of ROMNESIA need our support for their recovery.

    It is helpful for CuriousJockAZ that you are reminding him of his own words.

    I believe the therapy is working because now CJAZ can openly talk about his disgust with ROMNEY'S ANTI-GAY EQUALITY positions against civil unions....and his hateful pledge to sign DOMA.
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    Oct 27, 2012 1:44 AM GMT
    metta8 saidGOP Rape Advisory Chart


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    http://www.dailykos.com/story/2012/10/24/1149395/-GOP-Rape-Advisory-Chart-h-t-to-connecticutie


    These people and the people who vote for them are fucking crazy. This chart would be funny if it was not so sad and scary that these people have or are running for posistions of power and leadership in our country.

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    Oct 27, 2012 4:22 AM GMT
    That same sentiment about enjoying being raped got a veteran TV weatherman fired in 1976. One evening his weather segment followed a news story about a 5-year-old girl being raped in New York City, which he began by saying:

    "With rape so predominant in the news lately, it is well to remember the words of Confucius: 'If rape is inevitable, lie back and enjoy it.'"

    It was later claimed that this weatherman, "Tex" Antoine, had an on-air alcoholism problem. I wonder what problem Republicans can claim about their own sexist insensitivity to rape?

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    Dec 30, 2015 6:00 PM GMT
    Texas GOP lawmaker: ‘Rape is non-existent in marriage, take what you want’


    "state Rep. Jonathan Stickland (R) talks about marital rape and his fondness for marijuana"

    “Rape is non existent in marriage, take what you want my friend!” the lawmaker reportedly wrote to another forum user who complained that his wife would not perform the “reverse cowboy” position during sex."


    http://www.rawstory.com/2015/12/texas-gop-lawmaker-rape-is-non-existent-in-marriage-take-what-you-want/
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    Dec 30, 2015 7:29 PM GMT

    Ya know, its no wonder the right wing nut jobs are completely obsessed with women's bodies and control over their vaginas. Surprisingly, rape dates back to the days of their religious crusades and the Roman Empire, exactly what these religious freaks have brought back into modern history, the religions Christian an Islam were fighting over women back then too icon_eek.gif




    History of rape
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/History_of_rape


    The concept of rape, both as an abduction and in the sexual sense (not always distinguishable), makes its first historical appearance in early religious texts

    Christian Empire[edit]

    Attitudes toward rape changed when the Roman Empire became Christianized. St. Augustine interpreted Lucretia's suicide as a possible admission that she had secretly encouraged the rapist,[20] and Christian apologists regarded her as having committed the sin of involuntary sexual pleasure.[21] Augustine's interpretation of the rape of Lucretia (in The City of God Against the Pagans 1.19) has generated a substantial body of criticism, starting with a satire by Machiavelli. Historian of early Christianity Peter Brown characterized this section of Augustine's work as his most vituperative attack on Roman ideals of virtue. Augustine redefines sexual integrity (pudicitia) as a purely spiritual quality that physical defilement cannot taint; the Romans had viewed rape and other forms of stuprum ("sex crime") within a political context as crimes against the citizen's body and liberty.[22]

    The first Christian emperor Constantine redefined rape as a public offense rather than as a private wrong.[23] Since under Roman law raptus could also mean cases of abduction or elopement without the head of household's permission, Constantine ordered that if the female had consented, she should be punished along with the male "abductor" by being burnt alive. If she had not consented, she was still considered an accomplice, "on the grounds that she could have saved herself by screaming for help."[24] As a participant to the rape, she was punished under law by being disinherited, regardless of the wishes of her family.[25] Even if she and her family consented to a marriage as the result of an elopement, the marriage was legally void


    Islamic conception[edit]

    In Islamic criminal jurisprudence, the overwhelming majority of Muslim scholars believe that there is no punishment for a woman forced to have sex.[31] According to a Sunni hadith, the punishment for committing rape is death, there is no sin on the victim, nor is there any worldly punishment ascribed to her.[32] Most scholars treat rape as hirabah (disorder in the land).[33]

    Rape is defined as 'zina biljabr' fornication/adultery with the use of coercion or compulsion. Note it has to be extra-marital i.e. fornication/adultery; the rape charge can not be brought against the husband by the wife, i.e. it can not be within marriage, as indeed was the case in English Law until 1991 when the House of Lords ruling in R v R [34] stated it was anachronistic to maintain such position in modern western society. The Islamic law approach to rape provides a range of possible charges, and thus penalties, which the qadi may posit. Hirabah being but one, yet the most severe of them. Thus the charge of zina may bring about a penalty of 100 lashes upon the perpetrator and the element of the use of force and or compulsion may be quantified, and thus punished serially or consecutively. That is a year's banishment, a prison sentence, a corporal sentence etc. It is to be noted that Hirabah is a Hadd penalty (i.e. one predicating a fixed choice, which in the case of Hirabah has three options at the discretion of the qadi). If the offence is deemed to not be a Hirabah offence then the penalties available to the qadi would be those of ta'zeer and will not be permitted to reach the level of either severe retributive physical harm (i.e. more than ten lashes of a whip) let alone execution. The interpretation and application of these laws is very controversial, not least due to modern ill-fated legislation, such as Pakistan's Hudood Ordinance, under General Zia ul-Haq, which arguably criminalise the victim who fails to produce four witnesses. Thus perverting the aim behind the law, to protect the victim of rape and grant her justice.

    In Islamic military jurisprudence, classical jurists laid down severe penalties for rebels who use "stealth attacks" and "spread terror". In this category, Muslim jurists included abductions, poisoning of water wells, arson, attacks against wayfarers and travellers (highway robbery), assaults under the cover of night, and rape. The punishment for such crimes were severe, including death, regardless of the political convictions and religion of the perpetrator

  • musclmed

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    Dec 30, 2015 8:04 PM GMT
    I find it ironic when Clinton was accused of rape by several women. And in addition admitted to having sex with an intern,(subordinate) which is technically rape.
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    Dec 30, 2015 8:08 PM GMT
    That was beautiful. Thanks for sharing. I wonder if they will have a category for republican women who get raped WITHOUT the 13 ounces of hairspray they usually wear.