The New Hanover County Board of Commissioners has decided that women do not need to be doing the wild thing. Honestly.
They unanimously voted to turn down a state family planning grant that would cover contraceptive supplies along with other medical services related to family planning. Why?
Well, let’s let them talk.
Chairman Ted Davis said he thought it was a sad day when “taxpayers are asked to pay money to buy for contraceptives” for women having sex without planning responsibly.
“If these young women were responsible people and didn’t have the sex to begin with, we wouldn’t be in this situation,” Davis said.
Commissioner Jonathan Barfield said he was “one of those abstinence guys” and agreed with Davis’ comment.
Bless their hearts, they don’t know what contraceptives are. Contraceptives are a device to allow you to have responsible hoochy.
Now, I want you to scamper on over and take a look at the New Hanover County Board of Commissioners. They are all male and from the looks of them, none of them are capable of getting a nakkid woman within, oh dunno, a mile and half of them.
This is just my opinion, but I think they are just being mean to other men who are getting lucky.
Plus, what are married women supposed to say? Not tonight dear, I have a responsible?
And, if they truly are “abstinence guys,” I most certainly expect them to be leaders in this particular area they have chosen for others.
I will pay $5 cash American money to the first person to goes to the next commissioner’s meeting and passes out condoms at the door. Those commissioners have a social disease.
Thanks to Robert for the heads-up.