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Doctor Denies Rape Victim Emergency Contraception Because The Real Victims Are The Cells Inside Of Her

Posted by Matt on Monday, August 6th, 2012

This always makes me HULK Mad. Do your damn job.

An Oklahoma emergency room doctor refused to provide emergency contraception to a 24-year-old female rape victim because the medication violated the health provider’s personal beliefs, a local CBS News affiliate reports. The hospital also denied the victim a rape kit, noting that it had no appropriate nurse on staff to administer the test.

“I will not give you emergency contraceptives because it goes against my beliefs,” the doctor allegedly told the rape victim and her mother, Rhonda. “She knew my daughter had just been raped. Her attitude was so judgmental and I felt that she was just judging my daughter,” Rhonda told the news station.

This “conscience clause” business is totally mind-boggling.  If your perverted morality supersedes your duty and oath as a medical professional to provide perfectly legal medical treatment, maybe you should recalibrate your career choice.

Fortunately, the young woman in Oklahoma ended up going to another hospital, where she received the medication she needed and the rape kit. But she would have had to go to two hospitals either way, since budget cuts have forced the state to resort to a system of rotating Sexual Assault Nurse Examiners (SANE nurses).

First, do no harm. Second, deny needed treatment. Third, embarrass a traumatized victim.  Fourth, send her to another hospital.  Fifth, realize you did harm. Sixth, quit.

 

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Assault With Intent To Nourish?

Posted by Matt on Tuesday, June 28th, 2011

Weddings can be an excellent time.  You load up. You party. You dance to the latest Beyonce’ song sung by some 40 year-old white guy with a perm. You have the inevitable domestic incident, and then…

Robinette. Allegedly.

According to the Delaware County Sheriff’s Office, deputies were called to the area after receiving calls about a domestic dispute.  When they arrived, a man told them that he had been attending a wedding at the facility with his wife, who had gotten drunk and struck him several times before locking herself in a car.

Delaware County (OH) Sheriff Walter L. Davis III said deputies tried to talk with the woman, who was identified as Stephanie Robinette, 30, of Westerville, but she refused to cooperate.

“When deputies attempted to remove Robinette from the vehicle, she advised the deputies that she was a breast feeding mother and proceeded to remove her right breast from her dress and began spraying deputies and the vehicle with her breast milk,” Davis said.

At which point the deputies were frozen with fear, or merely enamored with the exposed right titty, and couldn’t dodge Robinette’s secretion.

America’s Mothers. Our greatest resource.

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Mayor McCheese Won’t Back Down

Posted by Matt on Wednesday, July 7th, 2010

Looks like the Mayor is getting the Joe Camel treatment:

McDonald’s defended its Happy Meals on Wednesday against claims by a consumer advocacy group, with McDonald’s CEO Jim Skinner saying that “Happy Meals are a fun treat, with right-sized, quality food choices.

The company’s statement comes a week after the Center for Science in the Public Interest sent a letter to McDonald’s threatening to file a lawsuit if the company didn’t stop using toys to market Happy Meals to young children.

“By advertising that Happy Meals include toys, McDonald’s unfairly and deceptively markets directly to children,” the letter stated.

CSPI said Happy Meals lead children to develop a lifelong habit of eating meals that are “too high in calories, saturated fat, added sugars, and sodium, and devoid of whole grains.”

McDonald’s said it offers parents choices and variety in Happy Meals, and “makes available in-depth, comprehensive nutrition information.” It emphasized that parents are fully capable of making their own decisions when it comes to feeding their children.

It’s not like these children are tricycling through the drive-thru on their own. First of all, they’re too fat from eating too much McDonald’s. Second, something (anything) is on the television.

It’s ok for parents to say ‘no’ to cheap plastic toys and childhood obesity. The Hamburglar is not going to break in and shove McNuggets down little Tyler’s throat…He’ll probably just stand there and watch your kid sleep for a couple of hours. Don’t sweat it.

UPDATE! McDonald’s is now fighting a 2-Front War against annoying, misguided do-gooders and crazy-bitch-processed-chicken-devotees…. All the best.

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Childless Man Judges Parents

Posted by Matt on Thursday, May 6th, 2010

Champagne Room!

DALLAS – A North Texas father left his two children alone in the car for 90 minutes while he visited a Dallas strip club last week, police said.

Michael Galloway, 36, is charged with child endangerment for allegedly leaving his 9-month-old and 3-year-old children alone in a car with the windows rolled up and the doors locked late Friday night.

Toddlers, be damned. Sometimes you just need a beer and a ‘Flying V.’

Galloway: in love all the time

Officers arrested him around midnight. The arrest report indicates he had alcohol on his breath.The Department of Children and Families released the children to Galloway’s wife. The McKinney resident faces two counts of child endangerment with intent to return, and has bail set at $10,000.

Added Galloway’s wife, “You smell like poon and apples.”

There are no free rides, people.

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Childless Man Judges Parents

Posted by Matt on Wednesday, March 31st, 2010

I can get behind broad brush hate of exotic pet owners. When will the actual owners reap what they sow…?

The mother of a child killed by a pet python is expected to attend a pretrial hearing in May as a judge pushes the manslaughter case forward, according to a report today in the (Leesburg) Daily Commercial.

Ashley Hare did not attend a pretrial Wednesday in Circuit Court in Sumter County.

Hare and her boyfriend, Charles Darnell, are charged with third-degree murder, manslaughter and child abuse in the July 1 death of 2-year-old Shaiunna Hare, who was asphyxiated by the 8 1/2-foot-long albino reptile.

The snake had previously escaped from its glass-tank enclosure.

The murder count and the manslaughter count, which accuses the couple of “reckless disregard,” each carry a maximum sentence of 15 years in prison. Hare and Darnell, who have another child together, have pleaded not guilty.

Darnell, who was not Shauinna’s father, also is facing unrelated drug charges.

What kind of graitification do people get by owning these kind of animals? It’s fucking deranged.  Whether it’s a chimp, a python, a puma, or a white rhino, what the hell do you expect? Um…I’m just going to get high and let the 8 foot snake stretch its scales and play with the kid.

When these idiots get put in the clink, I hope their cellmates are 10-foot albino pythons.

UPDATE: The State of Florida is the pits.

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Childless Guy Judges Parents

Posted by Matt on Tuesday, January 5th, 2010

Welcome to the 2nd installment of the newly renamed feature, Childless Guy Judges Parents. The 1st post can be found here.

Today’s case takes us to the Land of Lincoln:

Chip off the ol' Cop. ha!

Raymond Martin had been sheriff in tiny Gallatin County, Illinois, for 20 years. So when he was arrested on federal drug and gun charges last May for allegedly running a large-scale marijuana dealing operation out of his police SUV, residents were shocked.

But that was only the beginning.

On Saturday, when Martin’s wife Kristina and 20-year-old son Cody came to visit him at the jail, they were both promptly arrested. All three were charged Monday on state murder-for-hire charges.

Looks like Papa Sheriff used his wife and child in a scheme to kill 2 of the Feds’ witnesses in his upcoming drug case. 

I can judge the shit out of this guy. When my hypothetical son turns 20, he’ll need to have his own pot selling franchise far away from me. You don’t need to be a corrupt cop to know how to avoid criminal liability so that you don’t go down when your son gets busted - a son who will obviously be stunted by a dysfunctional upbringing. 

Martin allegedly said of a pot-dealing competitor: I’ll “put the fear of God in him.” 

He followed this with, ”And if my son doesn’t get his act together and enroll in [local community college], I’m going to make him and the Mrs. help me kill [the Dealer] AND make the freeloading deadbeat move out of the fuckin’ basement.”

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