On Thursday, Rick Santorum funder Foster Friess made what he’s calling, “a joke” about contraception, and he’s worried that some of us might have misunderstood him.
“Back in my day, they used Bayer Aspirin for contraceptives. The gals put it between their knees and it wasn’t that costly.”
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Before the day was over, MSNBC had Friess back on the air to explain himself, in case we didn’t understand him the first time.
“Obviously a lot of people who are younger than 71 didn’t get the context of that joke. Back in my days they didn’t have the birth control pills, so to suggest that Bayer Aspirin, could be [laughs] I’m sorry, Aspirin could be could be birth control is considered pretty ridiculous and and quite funny.”Video Via BuzzFeed
See, the joke is that only whores need birth control. Get it?