Skip to comments.Tina Fey Blasts Todd Akin for "Legitimate Rape" Remark [She stays we/Morgan after "gay" rant]
Posted on 10/26/2012 5:23:34 AM PDT by SoFloFreeper
We wish Tina Fey would weigh in on politics more often! The 30 Rock creator, who rocked the 2008 Presidential election with her dead-on SNL impression of Sarah Palin, hasn't been so vocal about this year's race. But at a Wednesday night benefit for women's health, the comedian had some withering remarks for Missouri Senate candidate Todd Akin...
"Todd Akin claims that women can't really get pregnant from a legitimate rape because the body secretes hormones," Fey told the audience. "Now I can't even finish this sentence without getting dumber; it's making me dumber when I say it -- but it's something about the body not being able to get pregnant when it's under physical stress."
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Sorry for the poor formatting...my point was to point out the hypocrisy of Tina and her embrace of Tracy Morgan after he went on a long extended speech about wanting to stab his gay son....but Akin makes a single remark she disagrees with, and he cannot be forgiven.
Morgan has a screw loose. I remember his rant. After he got criticism from the PC police, he said something like gays “can take a ________ but can't take a joke.” I thought it was kinda funny.
I guess it's another of those politically correct rules where black people can call each other n**** and it's just camaraderie but if a white person uses the word it is a mortal offense.
Likewise if a non-liberal male speaks on rape he is immediately attacked for saying something that would be otherwise overlooked . It's almost as if he actually committed a rape just for using the prohibited words.
This election cycle has made me loathe a large portion of my own gender. Rape, rape, rape....birth control, birth control, birth control.....apparently these twits think of themselves as walking, talking vaginas and nothing more.
Unlike many liberal women, she has not yet taken on the "look" (you know the one); she's still a very attractive woman.
Who the hell does she think she is....Sarah Palin?
According to state-controlled media, a Tina Fey quote is the same thing as a Sarah Palin quote.
My first comment, a direct quote from a witness to Tracy Morgan’s extended anti-gay rant has been deleted. Here is a link...though be warned the language may offend some:
He didn’t said the woman couldn’t get pregnant, only that it is difficult.
“apparently these twits think of themselves as walking, talking vaginas and nothing more.”
Yes, and they have the nerve to get offended when men treat them as such!
Does she agree that voting for 0bama is like giving ones virginity?
How stupid is that?
Yes, they do. I have zero sympathy.
Tina can see her butt from her face location.
Maybe for up north.
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