Gohmert Worried About his Manhood

In a rather weird interview with Sandy Rios of the American Family Association, Rep. Louis Gohmert says that those who disagree with him on immigration are belittling him and questioning his manhood. Uh, okay. But fear not, it shall never work!

“Sometimes it feels like that Sandy, that you’ve got all these forces against you, you’ve got the chamber, tens of millions of dollars coming and trying to influence people against you and get people belittling you, questioning your manhood,” he said.

“Really? That’s never worked and it doesn’t, but it gets a little frustrating at times.”

Next thing you know they’ll be casting aspersions on his asparagus.

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  • John Pieret

    I would never challenge his manhood … I don’t think he has any because being human requires a brain and at least a modicum of feelings for your fellow humans.

  • raven

    No.

    We aren’t questioning his “manhood” whatever that means!!! We don’t care about that at all.

    We are however, questioning his intelligence, or rather trying to find out if it exists. Gohmert seems to have confused his testicles with his brain.

  • D. C. Sessions

    Sorta related: Steve King gets rattled on immigration, and manages a remarkably swift narrative revision

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=PI8rCleTbSo

  • doublereed

    Hahahahahahaahaha what a whiny little pissant. I wasn’t questioning his manhood before, but now I sure am.

  • anubisprime

    Not so much questioning his manhood…but doubting he had any to start with!

  • busterggi

    Hmmm…sounds like someone might be expecting charges of indecent exposure to turn up any minute.

    “It was me exposing myself, I was just demonstrating my manhood!”

    or

    “Whatever knows fear burns at the Mah-Hood’s touch”.

  • ebotebo

    Lawd knows I’d never wish death or ill health on anyone, that’s a given. However, I do hope that I am still alive when steve king becomes room temperature, for it will be a day of rejoicing for me (and I’m sure others), as what occurred on the days that jesse helms perished as well when they found jerry falwell’s carcass on the floor in his office. In addition to that, I live in Iowa and actually not far from the home of s.k. I would never attempt to destroy the man’s grave, but I can micturate at least 250 ml. of nitrogenous waste upon the ground in which his sorry ass will be placed!

  • davefitz

    I’ve only ever questioned his brainhood.

  • felidae

    I’m questioning the functionality of an organ that resides about 3 feet north of his manhood

  • coffeehound

    His honesty, intelligence, compassion, sincerity, commitment to the real Constitution, sense of fairness, sure. I’ve never wondered anything about his “manhood” and can’t imagine anyone who would, may their jeebus help them.

  • Doug Little

    Lawd knows I’d never wish death or ill health on anyone

    Scott Lively. I wish death on him after a long drawn out bout with ill health, that fucker deserves it more than just about anybody.

  • D. C. Sessions

    Come on, Doug. Karma comes better than that.

    I’m thinking that in Rep. King’s final days of suffering, his attending physician — the only one in the area who really understands his condition — will confide to Rep. King towards the end that his fiancee was a Dreamer deported shortly before their wedding.

  • Phillip IV

    people belittling you, questioning your manhood,” he said. “Really? That’s never worked and it doesn’t, but it gets a little frustrating at times.”

    His manhood doesn’t work, and never has? I can see how that would get a little frustrating at times.

  • howardhershey

    It isn’t his manhood that is in question. It’s his humanity.

  • dingojack

    The little blue pills, Louis, the little blue pills.

    Dingo

  • zmidponk

    felidae:

    I’m questioning the functionality of an organ that resides about 3 feet north of his manhood

    Maybe this is a variant of ‘not knowing your arse from your elbow’.