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The G.O.P., our Dysfunctional Government, and Erectile dysfunction of U.S. Congress (men)

Updated on December 19, 2015

The Grand Old Party ain't so Grand anymore

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E.D. and the GOP

A Quasi Satirical Compilation of E.D. (Erectile Dysfunction), the G.O.P., and our Dysfunctional Government

"Warped values" heading for the white house?

Let's hope not.

America is not ready to have democracy totally destroyed as has been done in Michigan, Wisconsin, Texas and other states run by incompetents.

It is time to move forward, not backwards.

Or to paraphrase the title: "The dysfunctional G.O.P. and their campaign of mendicancy (the practice of begging).

But that mendicant behavior is directed toward the wealthy and Corporate America in lieu of the American people (the general public) for a reason:

associating one's self with the rich and powerful gives a false sense of familiarity, credibility and power.

No War on Women?

Putting the E before the D

The rationale in placing the "E" in front of the "D" is that when you add the "E" it indicates the inability to function, or perform, as required - an especially significant point from the view of the female population [and other sane groups] of this country.

Often the impotence associated with E.D. is a direct result of aging (most politicians), gender confusion (many politicians), or fear of dominance by their female counterparts (as shown when they discussed women's rights behind closed doors and excluded women from attending).

Waging a war on the entire female population is their way of compensating for their lack of interest in facing their inadequacies which include their mental, physical and emotional dysfunctions.

The louder they scream

The louder the screams the greater the inadequacies. (the old "Me thinks thou doth protest too much" syndrome). Somehow their attacks are meant to re-affirm their ability to compensate for their lacking prowess, latent sexual desires, and/or their fear of living in a dominatrix society that would emasculate them more profoundly than they already seem to be, both physically and mentally.

Affording women full equality in society would only exacerbate the E.D. tendencies. Ergo, this incessant need for congress to control the reproductive rights of all women, control their personal decisions for the need of abortions, and to ban all contraceptives for women while allowing the use of condoms for men (per the recent papal decree)

Denying the attacks on women shows a deep state of denial of the intent to over compensate by over powering the "weaker" sex.

Taking away a woman's right of choice, temporarily and falsely empowers them, but cannot restore their functionality.

Attacking the homosexual community is also an attempt to prove they are "men" of conviction and self denial of their own interest, or curiosity, in same sex relationships.

Placing the blame on the devil, or the birth right of those genetically different, somehow makes it O.K. and falsely appeases their own guilt, repressed desires, fear of seeming familiarity and their ultimate undeniable dysfunctionality.

Do we really need bigots in the White House?

Where no man should ever go

Mr. Santorum"s direct affront on the sexual lives of others is quite remarkable, and apparent in its basis.

Stating that he would make laws banning sexual contact in any way, shape or form, other than - man on woman - and only then for the purpose of procreation, speaks volumes regarding his repression of self confusion and apparently unnerving desires, or over compensating for personal inadequacies.

Hiding behind a veil of pretentious religious beliefs is only to fool himself, and and others who have the same needs to fool themselves as well. His obvious misoneism [a hatred, fear, or intolerance of innovation, or change) can only be attributed to the subconscious aversion to the possibility of self exposure by affiliation or association with that which is repressed]. {Repression: A process by which unacceptable desires, or impulses, are excluded from consciousness and left to operate in the unconscious}

There is no doubt about it, Washington is awash with the dysfunctional on every level.

Although these seem to be more publicly prevalent in the Grand old Party they are certainly present in the Democratic party as well.

by d.william 04/27/2012

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      d.william 5 years ago from Somewhere in the south


      thanks for reading and your comments. I know exactly what you are saying. This attack on American democracy by Corporate America and their henchmen (the GOP)is frightening to say the least. If these idiots are allowed to take over this country, we will be in a dictatorship. Odd, that the middle east is overthrowing their dictators and losing many innocent lives in the process, and the U.S. is destroying innocent lives to convert to that same dictatorship.

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      proudlib 5 years ago

      Ya know, I really want to laugh at these people, but when I see that they are supported by (or at least not refuted by) even the sanest of Republicans, I feel more like crying.

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      d.william 5 years ago from Somewhere in the south


      Thanks for reading and commenting. I am glad you found it thoughtful. It IS all about control, isn't it? The GOP passing all these ludicrous laws against women is nothing more than the attempt to control them, and mandate their versions of morality to the rest of us.

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      MobyWho 5 years ago

      Fear of losing power is always at the root of putting others down. Thanks for your thoughtful post.

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      d.william 5 years ago from Somewhere in the south

      Thanks for being the first, one and only to comment on this hub. There have been many readers, but no one else cared to comment. This was supposed to be a satirical view of the GOP, but i guess it hit too close to home for comfort?

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      Ruby Jean Fuller 5 years ago from Southern Illinois

      Well what can i say but, " This is right on " A society who puts one gender above the other, ( Women's rights ) is thinking like the cave men who supposedly drug women around by their hair. If the R have their way, there will be no contraception available. Women will be forced to have twelve children like my Mother did, or fourteen like my Uncle Jack. Women should think long and hard about this, It is just the beginning. And about Gay rights, they haven't a clue. They are unaware of genetics. Intelligent/educated people know that genetically different people are born frequently, thus, making all peoples a part of society. Thank's for a great hub....