Boner of the Day

Boner Candidates for March 02 2016

Boner Candidate #1: IT’S THE SAME FOR INCEST A LITTLE BIT

Idaho state Rep. Pete Nielsen (R) claimed women who are victims of rape or incest are less likely to get pregnant than if they had consensual sex, echoing infamous remarks by 2012 U.S. Senate candidate Todd Akin (R-Mo.).  Nielsen made the assertion, which contradicts scientific evidence, during a state House committee hearing on a bill that would require abortion providers to tell women where they can get a free ultrasound test. Abortion-rights advocates criticize the legislation as a way of deterring abortions, and point out that many of the facilities providing free ultrasounds are crisis pregnancy centers that often counsel women against getting an abortion.  The Idaho bill contains no exceptions for rape or incest. But, according to Nielsen, they’re unnecessary.

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Boner Candidate #2: RACIST UTAH HICKS.

Three black Summit Academy boys’ basketball players say they were called racial slurs and chased from a convenience store shortly after their victory against Emery in the Class 2A semifinals on Friday evening in Richfield. The harassment is the latest example of the racism black high school athletes face in rural Utah communities — and the Utah High School Activities Association should consider moving the postseason tournament into more populated regions, said Bears coach Evric Gray. Gray is one of four coaches who raised concerns about racism with the UHSAA in January. He said he has not seen any improvement, and he believes there would be less casual use of racial slurs or offensive behavior by players or spectators in urban areas. “The only time we have issues is when we play teams out in this area,” Gray said. “We’re kind of used to it, but at one point, I mean, the kids can’t even go to the store.”

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Boner Candidate #3: FOX NEWS DOES’T THINK TRUMP IS A RACIST.

Fox News host Bill O’Reilly thinks the media is way too worried about Donald Trump refusing to disavow the Ku Klux Klan and David Duke, a former leader of the white supremacist organization.  “I have spoken with Trump hundreds of times, and I have never heard him run down anyone because of race,” O’Reilly said Monday night during an episode of the “The O’Reilly Factor.”   He added that “this David Duke stuff is a complete non-story” and part of a “media assault” on Trump.

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