Kevin McCullough is an expert on rape. Though he doesn't say from where he gets his expertise, he's certain that Harry Reid, Nancy Pelosi and Barack Obama just gang-raped us Americans... and we liked it.

McCullough, author of the book The Kind of Man Every Man Should Be: Taking a Stand for True Masculinity which purports to tell men "to behave with dignity, act with clarity, and lead with conviction" (advice McCullough obviously hasn't applied to his own life), believes that the stimulus package is exactly like rape. Because, really, when is legislation not akin to being forcibly held down, beaten, groped, penetrated, and potentially left for dead? For McCullough, that's every day in Washington. (Luckily for the women of Washington, McCullough lives in New York.)

According to Mr. McCullough,

This week after many complaints finally decided to ban a virtual reality game called "Rapelay." Defenders of the game say it's not real rape because it only occurs between computer animations. There are no genuine side effects. And it won't impact reality.

Sort of like what liberals sound like when it comes to our money.

Yes, paying money for government services is totally like a video game depicting rape.

He continues:

In the game Rapelay, reviewers have stated that the player must first sexually assault a mother character and her two daughters before being allowed to then "pick" their next series of victims.

In the Congress of Washington DC liberals have seen to it that our mothers and daughters will have less money in the home budget working for their protection and welfare.

Uh, what? I'll take getting robbed every single day over being actually raped, not that taxation is robbery.

But he's not done yet!

In the game Rapelay the reviews indicate that the rapist can even convince one of the animated computer characters that they like what's happening to them.

In Washington DC liberals in Congress sent their lapdog "Mr. President" out to the masses to do the same thing.

Yes, he did just call the President a "lapdog." Oh, and see there? He also called the President a rape apologist to "our" mothers and daughters. Who is "our," again?


Okay, now that we've got casual racism out of the way, let's get back to making fun of sexual assault!

In the game, players take what is not theirs and laugh about the outcome.

In Washington DC, liberals take what is not theirs and laugh at the stupid people that gave it to them.

Dear rape victims: You "gave it" to your rapists, and you're stupid for doing so.


Now, keep in mind that I'm just excerpting the worst of McCullough's so-called "logic," and ignoring the random parts where liberals are supposedly soft on child porn and child molesters because Obama is getting rid of the God Squad at Justice. Basically, for all his talk about integrity, clarity, conviction and dignity, McCullough thinks that our bodies are commodities - like his money, only his money is of far more concern to him. He equates sexual assault with taxation because having his money taken from him to pay for government services — many of which he avails himself of, by the way — is, to him, stripping him of his dignity in the same way and to the same degree that sexual assault strips women of their dignity every day in this country.

Rather than "What Liberals share with 'Rapelay,'" I think we should write what Kevin McCullough shares with "Rapelay." I'll start. Both seek to dehumanize women and sexual assault for their own petty ends and personal entertainment. Both seek to hide behind excuses — the game manufacturer says it was only meant for Japan, and McCullough claims that he's just restating the arguments of others — to justify their behavior. And I wish neither had ever penetrated my consciousness.

What Liberals Share With 'Rapelay' [Townhall]

Related: The Kind of Man Every Man Should Be: Taking a Stand for True Masculinity