‘Horrified’ Rep. Cathrynn Brown Now Backtracks On ‘Rape-Baby Is Evidence’ Bill
“I missed this one,” she said, explaining that when she reviewed the draft of her bill, she missed the language problems that led to misinterpretation of her bill.
Albuquerque Rep. Nate Gentry supported Brown’s assertion, adding, “She’s horrified.”
She said the bill is being reworked for clarity.
“Horrified.” She’s a lawyer and a legislator. Didn’t anyone teach her along the way to proofread her work before she publishes it?
What part, exactly, did she “miss”? Because the entire bill was horrifying.
She’s trying to pander to everyone in this legislation, and the only ones truly harmed are the victims of rape. Why am I not surprised?
Steve King: I’ve Never Heard Of A Girl Getting Pregnant From Statutory Rape Or Incest
Rep. Steve King, one of the most staunchly conservative members of the House, was one of the few Republicans who did not strongly condemn Rep. Todd Akin Monday for his remarks regarding pregnancy and rape. King also signaled why — he might agree with parts of Akin’s assertion.
King told an Iowa reporter he’s never heard of a child getting pregnant from statutory rape or incest.
“Well I just haven’t heard of that being a circumstance that’s been brought to me in any personal way,” King told KMEG-TV Monday, “and I’d be open to discussion about that subject matter.”
“I’ve never personally seen it, therefore it does not exist.”
This is how I know that China is a made up place, like Middle-earth.
How is this man elected to anything but a dunk tank?