Rush Limbaugh Predictably Has Unpopular Opinions When It Comes To Birth Control

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07.03.14 39 Comments

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Who wants to hear what dumb things Rush Limbaugh said about the Hobby Lobby birth control debate on his show yesterday? Not everyone at once, now. OK, well get this: Limbaugh equated a woman’s right to birth control to optometry and dental — since the federal government does not require employers to cover eye exams or dental work. He’s actually got a point, there. Employers should cover that stuff too. From the Huffington Post:

“Which is worse, to go blind from lack of regular eye exams or to get pregnant? And again, pregnancy is something you have to do to cause,” Limbaugh said. “It doesn’t just happen to you while you’re walking down the street except in the case of sexual abuse.”

He claimed that women treat pregnancy “like a disease” even though it is the consequence of their actions. “And yet, they wouldn’t have the problem if they didn’t do a certain thing,” he said. “It’s that simple.”

I’m sorry, if we didn’t do “a certain thing?” What thing is that, again? Opening an umbrella indoors? Ohhhh, you mean f*cking. Like when we put a man’s pee pee into our vee vees. Obviously. Because men have never actually liked sex, we just make them think that so this whole thing is really just an elaborate ruse to get “the man” to pay for our whore pills. It kind of makes too much sense, if you think about it.

Yeah. I’ve said it once and I’ve said it again: If men could get pregnant, you’d be able to get an abortion through the drive thru window at CVS.

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