Ugh. Forget the fact that Nancy Elliott, a state representative from New Hampshire, uses the phrase “the one-flesh union between a man and a woman” without irony. Forget that she tugs on the heartstrings of fellow members of the New Hampshire House Judiciary Committee by talking about the effect same-sex marriage law will have on children.
Listen to the portion of her statement that comes near the beginning when she actually says — and this is not something we at SCFOM made up — “We’re talking about taking the penis of a man and putting it in the rectum of another man and wriggling it around in excrement. And you have to think, would I want that to be done to me?” This is how adults — adults! — talk when discussing New Hampshire House Bill 1590, which is an effort to repeal gay marriage.
At one point, Elliott asks if gay sex is normal. Answer: Who cares? To paraphrase Dave Attell, whatever a man and woman and another woman with a penis and a midget do to a donkey in the privacy of their own bedroom is their business.
Like — let’s see — all opponents of same-sex marriage, she’s got it wrong. In this instance, it’s not about the fucking that goes on in your bedroom. Thinking people don’t give a shit (pun) where you want your husband to drill you, Nancy Elliott.
I’m sure if you asked gay men to answer the questions, “Is sticking your penis in a woman’s vagina so that it gets slathered in vaginal mucus normal? Would you want to do that?” you’d get no and no. And while we’re at it, you could probably find plenty of gay men who have problems with anal sex.
But back to Elliott and her Jesus-y ramblings: You bimbo, it’s about having the same rights as everyone else. That’s all it’s about. You know, being treated equally.
As for her pathetic attempt to link gay marriage and teaching gay sex in classrooms, those are two different issues. And there are plenty of parents out there who don’t want sex ed. taught to ten-year-olds, no matter where the pee-pee goes.
Ugh. Same-sex marriage opponents are fearful and retarded. Nancy Elliott is just the latest example. The repeal was denied, by the way.