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    raving lunatics!!

    Ok "typical Ass-hat Republican legislator" you are not licensed to practice medicine and you don't have an MD. But you feel the need to pontificate on medical issues for which you have no professional expertise. I understand your need to deliver a particularly repugnant form of insanity to your base -a rabid cohort of America's most thoughtless individuals. But you do not get a pass when you purposefully inject yourself into a discussion, and design/ support legislation relating to and impacting medical services that is devoid of any sensible medical practice and even lacks accurate definitions of non-controversial biological and pharmaceutical function. But, you are, after all, a modern Republican -we'd be surprised if you actually deferred to the doctors in the room when it comes to women's icky parts...

    Now, "typical Ass-hat Republican legislator who has medical degree": the initials after your name suggest some sort of learning, although being a Republican and possessing an advanced degree appears to most observant people to be a contradiction in principle -unless you're a sociopath (which we're not ruling out btw). You know better. You are not "stupid" in the traditional sense, you are not ignorant of medicine. You are worse than your colleagues -a more disgusting form of pathetic. You are well aware of reality, and yet you act like demonstrable truth is subjective. And for that -you deserve our highest level of ire.

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