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Esquire says Bobby Jindal should be “Punched in the dick” for suggesting fatherless families may have negative impact on children

Esquire says Bobby Jindal should be “Punched in the dick” for suggesting fatherless families may have negative impact on children

By Lee Stranahan for Breitbart

Esquire has been around since 1933, which means it took almost exactly 93 years for it to reach the absolute bottom of the barrel.

A new “article” in the men’s magazine—check it out and you’ll see why it barely counts as an article—attacks Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindal with a piece saying he should be jabbed in the manhood for suggesting male parents matter.

Charles Pierce’s article is headlined “Please Punch This Man in the Dick” and the opening graf says about Jindal:“There is no national tragedy that this charlatan cannot make worse.”

Why is Esquire so upset that they are urging readers to inflict bodily harm on a sitting, properly elected Governor?

Because Bobby Jindal suggested that the absence of fathers might negatively impact their children.

Here’s exactly what Gov. Jindal said that made Equire so irate that they suggest cold-cocking him :

Now, let’s get really politically incorrect here and talk specifically about this horror in Oregon. This killer’s father is now lecturing us on the need for gun control and he says he has no idea how or where his son got the guns. Of course he doesn’t know. You know why he doesn’t know? Because he is not, and has never been in his son’s life. He’s a complete failure as a father, he should be embarrassed to even show his face in public. He’s the problem here. He brags that he has never held a gun in his life and that he had no idea that his son had any guns. Why didn’t he know? Because he failed to raise his son. He should be ashamed of himself, and he owes us all an apology.

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