Boner of the Day

Boner Candidates March 18, 2016

Boner Candidate #1: THEY WEREN’T OCCUPIERS THEY WERE CAMPERS

They entered a federal office building while armed, renamed the facility, accessed personnel files and posted private information about employees online, destroyed fencing while allowing the media to record them, drove government vehicles and said they were ready to “kill or be killed” while making a stand against the United States government. Nevada congressional candidate Michele Fiore calls this “camping.” In an interview that explored her views of the type of anti-government activists who took over the Malheur National Wildlife Refuge near Burns, Ore., this year, Fiore bristled at questions in which the Oregon incident was described as an occupation. Not only did she say the activists acted lawfully, she contended they were victims of “an act of terrorism” by the federal government.

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Boner Candidate #2: I WILL HANG YOU BY YOUR TOES

A Texas high school coach allegedly told black players that he would hang them by their toes from a tree if they didn’t behave, among other racially charged comments revealed in newly released documents. Todd Campbell, an assistant football coach at Centennial High School in Frisco, resigned in January after approximately 50 parents and other community membersmet with principal Randy Spain voicing their concerns that Campbell made racist comments to his black and Latino students. Documents obtained by The Dallas Morning News on Tuesday detail the allegations. “You need to be quiet,” Campbell allegedly told a group of students, according to the documents. “You see that rope over there, you see that tree back there? I’m going to hang you in that tree. I’m going to hang you by your toes.”

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Boner Candidate #3: EVIDENTLY STUPIDITY IS ALSO PART OF THE HUMAN CONDITION

Last week in Texas, a Republican lawmaker proposed an amendment so outrageous, that even some of his own GOP colleagues were repulsed. Andrea Grimes, with RH Reality, reports:.Rep. Matt Schaefer (R-Tyler) put forward an amendment that would make it illegal to terminate a pregnancy after 20 weeks, even if a fetus “has a severe and irreversible abnormality,” effectively forcing families with wanted, but unsustainable pregnancies to carry to term at the behest of the state and against the advice of their doctors or their own wishes. What would cause a lawmaker to want the government to inflict more emotional pain onto an already grieving family, in addition to adding a major health risk to the mother? Does he not realize a woman can easily die of sepsis by carrying a nonviable fetus?

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