See? I knew I was a necessary evil.

“A woman can take care of the family. It takes a man to provide structure, to provide stability.” – Tom DeLay, House majority leader

The country is in good hands. Why change?

[ via The People’s Republic of Seabrook ]

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8 Responses to See? I knew I was a necessary evil.

  1. -d says:

    DAMN! So all that structure and stability I’ve been providing wasn’t necessary… Tom DeLay is going to send a man to my house to provide it. HOT DAMN!

    I didn’t realize it was gonna be that easy. Think we could ask him to send a maid too… see I’m suppose to look after the “family” not the “house”.


  2. domino says:

    Are these guys (DeLay, Bush, etc..) smoking crack? Do they even live in the 21st century, let alone the same country we do? I’m begining to think you have to be mentally ill to be a politician in Washinton DC.

  3. So that’s what my problem is….

    “A woman can take care of the family. It takes…

  4. Jenni says:

    Well, that explains all of my “issues.” I’m clearly out of my element here at home. Wow, I need to vote Republican or something.

  5. mac says:

    No wonder I turned out to be such a horrible, depraved, uneducated person — there was no man around the house to provide stability and structure as I was growing up!

    I would like to see all the single mothers rise up, storm Washington, and rip out Delay’s tongue.

  6. Linkmeister says:

    Why just single mothers? Some of us unmarried singles might want to help. Discrimination, I calls it! 😉

  7. Lambchop says:

    Yet another reason why I detest politicians. It’s getting harder and harder, each turn at the voting booths, to vote for the “lesser of the two evils”. But this is just pathetic. What a prick.

  8. xade says:

    I guess if we want to go move backwards we may as well make women property again. Womens rights, pfft. Stuff that. You belong at home. Long live the family unit.

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