As God is my witness, I have no idea where to go with this.
Last week, after a debate on amending the Tennessee constitution to say that it doesn’t guarantee the right to abortion, state Sen. Doug Henry (D) stood up and reflected on how rape has changed:
Rape, ladies and gentlemen, is not today what rape was. Rape, when I was learning these things, was the violation of a chaste woman, against her will, by some party not her spouse. Today it’s simply, “Let’s don’t go forward with this act.”
Henry then went on to say “I remember the good old days when you could make sure your bitch knew her place … which was barefoot, pregnant and silent in the kitchen.”
Do these people hear themselves when they speak? Seriously?