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Mark Warden (R-NH-Goffstown): 'A Lot of People Like Being in Abusive Relationships'
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Women ask for it.
They wanted it, otherwise they wouldn't have worn that flimsy wedding ring.
Jet Bin Fever
Finally, a powerful man to set the record straight!
Once the GOP goes past a certain point, Saturday morning cartoon villains will look subtle and nuanced by comparison.
Looten Plunder no longer supports the republican party because of the damage it does to his reputation.
Some people really do like being in abusive relationships. Republicans, for example.
That sounds like a smarmy quip but it's deeply true. It's dysfunctional BDSM with no safewords or self-awareness.
He's saying that he's SURE that his words were taken out of context, but won't elaborate.
No! Bad Republican! NO punch pretty lady!
Sanest Man Alive
Come on people, he prefaced a disgusting, ignorant statement with "Some people might say..."; therefore, he's totally off the hook!
He's also gutless on top of having horrible beliefs-cum-policies about human behavior and society in general, but the "R" kinda made all that apparent already.
And he's one of those "free-state" whackjobs. I guess the free market(TM) will naturally cause spousal abuse to cease.
Lack of regulation insures gives him the opportunity to be on the "abuser" side of things. Libertarians.txt
Sexy Duck Cop
I kinda like this GOP. It's nice having one party be so one-dimensionally villainous I don't have to think about my vote.
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