Personhood law: Sperm waste, Viagra ban & O’Reilly’s Sandra Fluke conspiracy with Maysoon Zayid

Funny lady Maysoon Zayid joins Keith to lend a bit of levity to ‘This Week in Legislative Train Wrecks.’ National Woman’s Day could not have fallen in the middle of a less auspicious week for women. Virginia celebrated the GOP’s famous belief in staying out of your business by voting to investigate ‘your business’ if you’re female, and at your own expense! Female Democratic leaders in Georgia staged a walk-out, and State Sen. Constance Johnson fought the Personhood Bill with a highly satiric amendment, claiming that ‘life begins at ejaculation.’ Senator Johnson is a great American. See more on this story, next.

At last count over fifty advertisers had dropped ‘comedian’ Rush Limbaugh, who demonstrated what a finely tuned sense of humor he possesses by calling satirist Alexandra Petri "B.I. itchy." Zayid has some excellent ideas regarding the Limbaugh Problem.

Not least, Bill O’Reilly is certain that Rush Limbaugh’s attack on Sandra Fluke is a Left Wing conspiracy, planned and carried out by the Commander in Chief personally. I’m puzzled as to how this works, do conspirators move the mouth, much as a ventriloquist would?

Aside from more important matters which are overlooked in the GOP race to the uterus, Zayood astutely notes that when women are empowered, no one benefits more than philandering men. Republicans truly ought to re-think their ill-advised attack on women. It’s not as if they will win women back from the monogamous Al Green-singing POTUS, but it must be getting tiresome drawing straws to see who leaps out of the little Ringling Circus car next.