Thursday, February 16, 2012

What we can now expect from Republicans: Need birth control? "Put an aspirin between the knees"

These comments are not aberrations. These comments are the actual positions.

Santorum backer suggests aspirin as birth control

Foster Friess, the biggest donor to the super PAC supporting Rick Santorum, suggested women used aspirin as a contraceptive.

"Back in my days, they used Bayer aspirin for contraceptives," Friess said in an MSNBC interview today. "The gals put it between their knees and it wasn't that costly."

Friess, a 71-year-old millionaire from Wyoming, is a contributor to the Red, White and Blue Fund, which is backing the former Pennsylvania senator. His comments came as he was defending Santorum's stance on contraception.

2 comments:

Murf said...

Well Mark, and what's wrong with the aspirin birth control method? Oh, Yea, aspirin's been outlawed too. Does this mean we all have to become gay so as to prevent pregnancy?

Murf said...

And what is wrong with the aspirin method? Oh yea, they outlawed aspirin. Well, another way to not get pregnant is if everyone becomes gay. Oh wait....