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I am very excited to launch Republicans for Rape!  This site was created to support the thirty legislators who took a stand against Al Franken and in favor of KBR, a wonderful company that found itself in an unfortunate situation, with a gang-raped woman locked in a box.

Come on now, rape isn't that bad.  Sometimes I even wish that someone would rape me!  Rape is a tradition, a foundation of our society, and a source of new generations.  After all, if God doesn't approve of rape, why does he make it so easy to commit, deny, and cover up?

Take a gander at this:

Franken is a goddamn self-righteous prick.  Look at him, just trying to play gotcha and defame rape, rapists, and employers of rapists.

Now, take a look at this:

What a fucking pansy.  I've known girls that would get on their knees and beg for an experience like that!

In short, there's nothing wrong with how the Republicans in the Senate voted, and there definitely ain't a thing wrong with a little rape!

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Reader Comments (14)

Can you believe Minnesotans actually voted for that enemy-of-rape Senator Franken? Norm Coleman would have never allowed this.

October 15, 2009 | Unregistered CommenterO'Rly

I love your blog, and only wish that you had a Facebook group to supplement it! =)

October 18, 2009 | Unregistered CommenterFlorence

Rape is a fundamental building block of the Republican agenda. Reagan and GW Bush raped the country for 16 years. To them, and to those who supported them, the actual physical rape of individuals is nothing.

October 19, 2009 | Unregistered CommenterChuckL

What has America come to when rape cannot be practiced without government intervention? This is more of this administration's unrelenting path to socialism. They are determined to put the private rape sector out of business.

Mark my words--this is the slippery slope to a single-payer rape system. If people want to wait months before they can be raped--so be it! They deserve the government they elect.

Never forget--people come from all over the world--not to Canada--not to England--not to France--but to the America for the best rape money can buy.

October 19, 2009 | Unregistered CommenterShaft

If a rape happens on foreign soil, it will not be covered under the jurisdiction of Sen. Franken's amendment. A lot of this is showboating from the rookie Senator.

October 20, 2009 | Unregistered CommenterSWCASH

Actually I just realized I didn't know what the fuck I was talking about above there. Sorry I'm such a fucking moron that can't seem to understand that the amendment will cut funding for federal contractors that force mandatory binding arbitration on their employees when their employees are attempting to sue for damages in what would be a criminal case if it happened in the USA. Once again, sorry I'm such a damn moron.

October 20, 2009 | Unregistered CommenterSWCASH

Us supporters of Republicans for Rape have got a real problem is any of this shit gets back to JennB. At last report she (God aren't women dumb?) thought that if you sign a contract that requires a pound of flesh or a pint of blood (or mandatory arbitration as a remedy for aggrevated felonius assault and battery and aggrevated forcible rape) for a violation of the terms of the contract, that you are just (shall we say) screwed.
And for God's sake don't let this cat out of the bag: As Snotrag Franken stated in the above video, the fifth circuit has already ruled that this is not a matter for arbitration. And God damn, look at the problem our poor dear friend and mentor Roman Polanski is having for one little ole rape, what 25 - 30 years ago. Man it's worse than murder, this shit cannot be covered up. We need to move ahead quickly.

October 20, 2009 | Unregistered CommenterRaggMopp

Thank God for this site. Perhaps now the great Glenn Beck can finally come out of the closet for that rape and murder he committed more than a decade ago! (Shouldn't there be a statute of limitations on rape and murder for TV talk show hosts?) And Mr. Rush Limbaugh can finally freely admit to raping underage boys in the Dominican Republican while gulping someone else's Viagra. The freedom of these conservatives to make a living has been impaired by Obama-lover Franken's ridiculous insistence on prosecuting men for rape -- what is wrong with his brain? Didn't Hitler pursue this same path to rid himself of his political enemies?

October 24, 2009 | Unregistered CommenterRSJ

Let's not forget that the Republican's patron saint, Ronald Reagan, raped actress Selene Walters.

October 25, 2009 | Unregistered CommenterSam Simple

Historically, rape has demonstrated itself to be a very vigorous strategy for inserting DNA into unwilling populations. Ref: "The Genghis Khan Gene" (Genghiside Patrilineage). Why do men rape? Because it is in their nature to do so...what magnificent pathos, this!

October 30, 2009 | Unregistered Commenterthe Black Rose

I Will continue to follow the development of your next websites, thank you, please do not forget to link me, thank you

April 19, 2010 | Unregistered CommenterMovie wallpaper

Isnt it every Americans right to rape , I think its in that constitution thing they all keep babbling about, famous paintings

April 19, 2010 | Unregistered CommenterDavid Billet (artist)

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April 24, 2010 | Unregistered CommenterAiza2010