Thursday, October 15, 2009

Thirty United States Senators who are For Rape

You know, I have to ask myself what in the hell is wrong with some people. I often wonder how it is they sleep at night. I also wonder how they manage to call themselves Christian. Of course, they're not really Christian. They're hypocrites, and if Jesus (if he even existed) were actually here, he would probably bitch slap them. But I digress.

How in the fuck do you vote to allow companies to allow their employees to be gang raped, and then have no legal recourse? How do you justify that? How do you just casually act like you're voting against that because it's "political". Tell that to the girl who was gang raped, you stupid, stupid fucks.

Oh, I have an idea about what would be just for these thirty poor excuses for humans that we call senators, but it would be wrong of me to say it. I'll leave it to your imagination.

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Alexander (R-TN), Barrasso (R-WY), Bond (R-MO), Brownback (R-KS), Bunning (R-KY), Burr (R-NC), Chambliss (R-GA), Coburn (R-OK), Cochran (R-MS), Corker (R-TN), Cornyn (R-TX), Crapo (R-ID), DeMint (R-SC), Ensign (R-NV), Enzi (R-WY), Graham (R-SC), Gregg (R-NH), Inhofe (R-OK), Isakson (R-GA), Johanns (R-NE), Kyl (R-AZ), McCain (R-AZ), McConnell (R-KY), Risch (R-ID), Roberts (R-KS), Sessions (R-AL), Shelby (R-AL), Thune (R-SD), Vitter (R-LA), Wicker (R-MS)

I would like to point out that a.) if there was any political point to them voting no on this, it was because these Republicans are a bunch of asshats who didn't want to agree with anything a Democrat might propose, and that b.) all of them are white males. Maybe they were just sorry that they didn't get in on the action, knowing that they could never be held criminally or civilly responsible for it. I wonder how they would have felt if it'd been their wife or their daughter that this happened to.

IMHO, I think they should pass a law that if you're working overseas for the government, that our criminal law applies to the employees who are working there if they violate the law, and these asshats who think they can get away with stuff like this could then be prosecuted criminally for it here.


  1. Most, if not all of these assholes, believe in and love Jesus. Some of them are or have been sexually active with others than their spouses. They all spout "family values."

    Heh. Heh.

    What a congregation of total dipshits!

  2. Its ironic isn't it? American Law Enforcement will prosecute pedophiles for going on Sex Tours overseas, but our own government will not support women raped in American Companies by fellow Americans. Did you know that the Dept of Justice declined to investigate this case, when it first emerged? They brutalized her so badly, that her breasts will permanently be disfigured. GHB is often *distilled from Floor Stripper. She doesn't remember anything, other than she was raped by a bunch of American males. I hesitate to use the word Men, here because a Man wouldn't do that. What isn't mentioned: She will be psychologically traumatized. There is a very big chance she will have PTSD as a result of these situations that played out, and not just the rapes, but the being locked in a metal container against her will when she wanted to report it, the being shamed in the process of reporting it, and then having this tragic situation minimized by the very suggestion of arbritration instead of criminal charges and legal investigations. They made it sound like she was reporting a hang nail! No doubt for a period of time, she had to receive AntiViral treatment and be repeatedly examined for sexually transmitted diseases. Did this result in a pregnancy? For all we know the poor woman might have had to deal with that added stressor, or even had to have an abortion.

    People act like Rape is like this one time thing, that you get over.

    It is a moment in time that echoes in your brain til the day your die. Period. It steals years of your life in recovery--if you can call it that. And it completely alters the way you negotiate reality, sex, sexual identity and society in general in ways that no one can predict, and in ways that many people do not appreciate or empathize with.

    I want to know the names of the people who did this to her. Squeeze that fucker she found in the be with her the next morning, and I am sure he will squeal like the piggy that he is.

  3. I think she should be able to sue. I don't give a damn what the piece of paper contract she signed said. It could have said she sold her soul to the fucking devil. A court of law should be able to throw it out as an *illegal* contract!

    I had forgotten how they go after people overseas for having sex in third world countries. Where is the justice? It isn't here.

  4. Its some sick shit that is for sure. The thought that because you are overseas, that it doesnt count at all. I wonder if there were any way to use those Sex Tour laws as a means to prosecute. I mean she was drugged and unlawfully detained. Technically she could be classified in that moment as a trafficked sex worker---coerced.
    Just a thought

  5. I like the idea of applying US criminal law to mercenary corporations.

  6. Jeremy Cahill's phrase immunity and impunity covers Blackwater, KBR and all of these other scumbag companies who hire thugs and murderers then feign shock and ignorance when their overpaid thugs and murderers go on raping and killing sprees. The corporate lobbyist fed shitbirds who voted against this are probably the same ones who voted no on the upgraded hate crime bill because it might dissuade Jeb and Jethro from murdering some hapless gay person.How do you say we don't think contractors should be accountable for raping and killing nor should homosexuals be afforded any protection under the constitution ? These are lobbyist votes bought fair and square in the fine American tradition of campaign finance unreform.

  7. Ad a woman, as an American, as a human being, I can't take John McCain and the other Senators seriously on other issues now that I know how they voted on this bill.

  8. Also Jamie Leigh Jones is lucky that her co-workers didn't kill her.