This bill further cements the Republican Party's hypocritical stance, one which warns of approaching "big government," yet remains small enough to enter a woman's uterus or doctor's office. Of course, this is nothing new for the party, as we've been able to witness their "Do As I Say, Not As I Do" candidates spew mind-boggling contradictions during a still-early primary season:
They want want government out of your healthcare.
As members of Congress, they've enrolled in and accepted federally-subsidized health benefits.
They claim to love America.
Except the liberal parts, like San Francisco.
He claims to be pro-life.
He's executed 234 Texas prisoners.
He's against the president's stimulus package.
He took billions to plug the hole in his Texas state budget.
They warn Sharia Law will take over nation.
They want to turn the United States into a Christian theocracy.
They claim to be pro-freedom.
They want to stop two consenting adults from getting married.
They warn an "Obamacare" bureaucrat will make your medical decisions, not your doctor.
They not only want to stop you from accessing birth control, they also want control of your uterus.
He claims to be an outsider.
He was Speaker of the House and was in office for eleven terms.
His dad was born in Mexico.
They are anti-amnesty.
They praise Reagan, who granted amnesty to three million undocumented immigrants.
They are anti-tax.
They praise Reagan, who raised taxes eleven times.
They are champions of religious freedoms.
They are against a Muslim center near Ground Zero.
He says marriage is between one man and woman woman.
He's been married three times to three different women, all still living.
He preaches "family values."
He leaves his sick wife. And his second wife too.
He says homosexuality is a choice.
He is Black. Was that a choice?
They hate the government.
They want to be in charge of it.
He impeaches the president of the United States for an affair.
He has an affair while impeaching the president of the United States for his.
He hates "activist judges."
He had no issue with the Supreme Court installing George W. Bush as president.
They are pro-states' rights.
They want to overturn another state's ability to marry their own residents.
He is anti-mandate.
He imposed a mandate in his own state.
They don't want government-subsidized health care for you.
They take it for themselves.
They claim to be Christians.
They ignore all the teachings of Christ.