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Wednesday, August 22, 2012

The GOP Cassandra

It seems to me, from what I understand from doctors, that’s really rare,” Mr. Akin said of pregnancies from rape. “If it’s a legitimate rape, the female body has ways to try to shut that whole thing down. But let’s assume that maybe that didn’t work or something: I think there should be some punishment, but the punishment ought to be of the rapist, and not attacking the child.”
What does Akin mean by "a legitimate rape"? Well, according to this news story, FBI and US DOJ studies over the course of years have demonstrated that about one in four rape allegations are fabricated. False. Made up. Created out of whole cloth. 

And we already know that rapists impregnate women at a lower rate than is normally expected. That is, we already know that Mr. Akin is correct.

Fact: An unfertilized human egg lasts 24 hours in the reproductive tract.
Fact: A woman can't get pregnant unless she ovulates.
Fact: Stress delays ovulation.
Fact: Rape is stressful.
Conclusion: Therefore, rape is likely to cause delayed ovulation and result in no pregnancy than a normal act of consensual intercourse.

These facts are individually uncontested
It's only when you put the facts together and draw the conclusion that the liberals begin frothing at the mouth.


Well, they are heavily invested in abortion.
As the internet has grown, the information surrounding how the abortion industry actually works is slowly revealing itself. No one likes that. It is bad for business. 

All the abortion crowd has left to defend abortion is rape, incest and fetal deformity.
If the truth were to get out - rape actually results in lower than expected pregnancy - one of their three remaining bullets would be lost. Worse, by using the phrase "legitimate rape", Akin actually  alluded to the fact that 25% of rape allegations are faked. One in four "raped" women are liars, actively trying to destroy some innocent man's life. Possibly, their "rape-pregnancy" is likewise a lie.

None of these facts can be borne. 

So, Akin has to be slimed even though the facts are virtually self-evident, even if the facts ALL favor Akin. 

Especially since the facts all favor Akin. 

And notice how the Republican hoi polloi have supported him.

Men in power, whether Democrat or Republican, want legal abortion.
So do women in power.

For as long as blood banks have been in business, we have known that nearly 30% of women have lied to their husbands about the paternity of "their" children.

Powerful men want to keep screwing women. Powerful women want to be screwed by powerful men. Neither group wants anyone else to know. Pregnancy and children are hard to keep secret. Well, they're hard to keep secret if the children are alive. If the pregnancy is aborted and the children are dead, there's no problem.

Have you ever noticed that one-in-three children are the result of cuckolding and one-in-three children are aborted? Funny how those statistics mesh so well.

As I said, Akin is completely correct, but no one can afford for that to get out.

Cassandra, call your office. 

This doctor says Akin is correct.
Dr. Hilgers also agrees with Akin.

Easily obtained DNA testing will certainly have an impact on the discussion.

For those who don't trust my analysis, read this.
Seems Karl Rove "joked" that Todd Akin should be murdered for having spoken the truth.
Powerful Republican men are identical to powerful Democrats - they both want one thing, and they want legal abortion so they can keep doing that one thing.


Steve "scotju" Dalton said...

I'm surprised a lynch mob hasn't shown up in the com-boxes denouncing you for telling it like it really is.

Nilk said...

Won't be long now, Steve.

The Woman of the House said...

Glad someone said it! I don't think all the rapes are faked to destroy someone, but I agree with you that most rapes are not the kind we think of where an innocent woman is attacked and robbed of her innocence.

I once stopped by a booth manned by the Sexual assault center at our University. They listed some astoundingly large number of rapes that were supposed to have happened at our University in one year. It would seem to that no one was safe! I asked "How many of these rapes involved alcohol, drugs or other intoxication on the part of the female?" They very honestly answered that 95% of them involved such things.

So, as wrong and horrible as rape is in any situation, if you put yourself in an incredibly dangerous situation, (naked pub crawls and whatnot!) don't be surprised if things end very, very badly!


Lynne said...

I sent him money. It really disappoints me that we can't discuss anything. If people didn't get hysterical about this and investigated the underlying facts, many would agree that he is right.

Lisa Brenner said...


I think women want abortion because it is a power over their body (and the body of their child) that they don't want men to take from them.

I think men want abortion because they fear the wrath of women.


Steve Kellmeyer said...


That may be true for some men, but most women (80%) say the men in their lives pressure them into abortions, whether those men be husbands, boyfriends or fathers.

Quite a lot of men don't want the hassle of children, and CERTAINLY do not want to pay child support for 18 years. Men think about that.

Whether women get ticked off is not really part of the equation. Men understand that women will get ticked off about something no matter what you do, so their anger is just par for the course - not something a man spends a lot of time being concerned about.

The Dutchman said...

“For as long as blood banks have been in business, we have known that nearly 30% of women have lied to their husbands about the paternity of "their" children.”

Uh — what do blood banks have to do with paternity?

Steve Kellmeyer said...


Is that a joke?

Since blood types are pure expressions of genetics, blood typing was the earliest form of genetic testing. In fact, blood typing was being used for genetic testing long before DNA's role in gene transmission was figured out.

While blood types were not perfect, they were used in courts long before HLA and genetic testing existed.