Oh, my goodness:
State Rep. Mike Moon wants the Affordable Care Act repealed and according to a House resolution he’s sponsoring, it will take the proper application of “Y” chromosomes to get the job done.
Moon’s resolution details all the problems he sees with the law, from passage to implementation. The resolution asks members of the Missouri House to “insist that each member of the Missouri Congressional delegation endeavor with ‘manly firmness’ and resolve to totally and completely repeal the Affordable Care Act, settling for no less than a full repeal.”
He doesn't look too manly to me. Real men don't let people die for lack of basic medical insurance coverage. Real men ensure that people who need help get that help.
In case you're wondering, this is his background:
Rep. Mike Moon, a Republican, represents the majority of Lawrence County (District 157) in the Missouri House of Representatives. He was elected in a special election in April 2013.
Rep. Moon worked in marketing for Mercy Hospital for 27 years. He currently works on his farm as a cattle rancher.
Rep. Moon is a member of the High Street Baptist Church, where he serves as a deacon, mission committeeman, and Sunday school teacher. He also is a member of the Springfield-Southeast Rotary Club, where he was the recipient of the “Lend-a-Hand” award.
Rep. Moon is a 1977 graduate of Western Branch High School in Chesapeake, VA. He received his bachelor’s in secondary education from Southwest Missouri State University in 1985.
Rep. Moon was born in Kannapolis, NC on December 31, 1958. He lives on his family farm in Ash Grove with his wife, Denise. They have five children: Amanda, Bryan, Erin, David, & Jason.
No military service, and he worked in marketing for a hospital with "mercy" in its name. That's not manly. What does he have on his cattle ranch? Baby goats and ducks for petting?
And what's funnier than all of that? He wasn't even born in Missouri. Thanks again, carpetbagger.