It’s thinking like this that filters down to school sex ed policies and gives states such as Texas a horrible track record with teen birthrates:
“Back in my days, we used Bayer aspirin for contraception. The gals put it between their knees, and it wasn’t that costly.”
That was said today by mutual fund manager Foster Friess, who — along with his deep pockets — is supporting Republican presidential contender Rick Santorum.
Let us repeat: That was said today, in the 21st century, not a hundred years ago.
Seriously, these guys are giving us a headache. If only there was something we could take for that. If only.