(Politico) In an interview with Sean Hannity on Wednesday afternoon, the Florida senator brushed off a backlash labeling him as a climate-change denier by aggressively accusing left-leaning critics as hypocrites given their abortion rights positions. He said emphatically that the “science is settled” that life begins at conception but that liberals “will never admit” to it...BA-BLA-BABBL-BLARGHHH!!!! (author spits coffee muttering: "What the frack is he talking about?) So here is what he was talking about using the NutJob Translator:
...“Let me give you a bit of settled science that they’ll never admit to. The science is settled, it’s not even a consensus, it is a unanimity, that human life begins at conception,” Rubio said. “So I hope the next time someone wags their finger about science, they’ll ask one of these leaders on the left: ‘Do you agree with the consensus of science that human life begins at conception?’”
Hannity: So, how do you feel about the universal mockery of your total denial of fact in the face of nearly complete evidence that climate change will soon turn your state in to a coast to coast Sea World?To his credit a zygote is created at the moment of inception, that would in fact be the definition of "inception" in human biology, and it is true that, although completely dependent on the body of it's "mother" (funny how they always happen to be chicks, huh?) these microscopic are genetically unique from the host. However, I can pull millions of genetically unique organisms out of my ass (literally) that are far more advance.
Rubio: It is my right to be publicly totally wrong, because I am also wrong on something else and I want to emphasis that as STRONGLY AS POSSIBLE.
Using my logic this should have been Hannity's followup question, and I SOOO would have paid him $5 if he said this:
Hannity - So Marco, if I'm hearing what you are saying correctly, you would gladly have the east coast of the United States transformed into an underwater garbage reef if it undermines your Freedom to force a woman to keep a tapeworm? AmIRight?So this is the most rational, moderate, mainstream Dude the Party of the Bigoted, the Cruel and the Stupid can come up with? I guess if you consider neandrathal Thom Tillis a victory for the "moderate establishment" then Rubio would still fall short of Crazy. No wonder lifelong Republican CNBC money-talkers can't help but say there is no Republican Party anymore:
Rubio - Yeah Sean, that pretty much nails it.
The notion that Reds have another 2010 in store this November is laughable because they have become a national joke. Yes, Democratic enthusiasm is down but, compared to 2010, not as much as Republicans. GOP intensity is falling because people like Brian Sullivan are giving up on them. That's why Independents are more and more counted as "Republican leaning" because they used to be Republicans!