Recent polls show more than 90 percent of Republican voters in America support more sexual harassment in the workplace. Therefore, House Speaker, John Boehner, said today on This Week with Christiane Amanpour, that he will put forth a bill proposed by Thaddeus McCotter (R – MI) that the American workplace began to work sexual harassment back into its system starting in 2013.
“We want to do this on a gradual basis….not all at once,” said Boehner. ”But based on Republican voter support of Presidential candidate, Herman Cain, we think such a move is necessary and vital for the American workforce now and going forward in the future.”
Rep Boehner gets emotional with Christiane Amanpour on "This Week" as he reflects on the good old days when sexual harassment was an important part of the American workplace. "What we need more than anything right now in America are jobs and sexual harassment," said Boehner.
“But Mr. Speaker, what sort of sexual harassment are we talking about?” asked Amanpour.
“Well, I imagine all kinds to include innuendo, double entendre, ass and titty ogling…maybe some groping, etc,” said Boehner. ”But you’d have to ask Rep McCotter who actually drafted this bill about its specifics.”
“And we just happen to have Rep Thaddeus McCotter, Republican Representative from Michigan, standing by now to comment.”
“Rep McCotter, first of all, why do you believe sexual harassment needs to be thrust back into the workplace?”
“Good morning Christiane. Good morning Mr. Speaker. I think given our party’s overwhelming support for Herman Cain and his impressive record of alleged sexual harassment in the workplace we really need to be forward-thinking on this issue. I do want to make clear that we’re really only talking about sexual harassment by men against women and not the other way around despite the fact that I, personally, would be thrilled to have a woman sexually harass me. But let me make clear that we believe that powerful business executives like Herman Cain should be able to do as they see fit in the workplace and Republican voters overwhelmingly agree with me.”
Sexual Harassment Advocacy Bill author, Rep. McCotter, says his bill will only legalize sexual harassment by men against women...but says he personally wishes a woman would sexually harass him.
“Well, I can assure you that every Republican in the House supports Rep. McCotter’s bill. I can also assure you that each of us, to include myself, have been dabbling in sexual harassment for many years, albeit, in a more clandestine manner. So we look forward to turning this bill into law so we can put sexual harassment on the front lines of the workforce where it used to be and where it belongs once again.”
“Mr. Speaker, how do you believe such a bill will help Herman Cain, if at all?”
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“Well, as you’ve already seen, his previous workplace sexual harassment when he was President of the National Restaurant Association and CEO of Godfather’s Pizza, had no effect on his poll numbers among Republicans and, in fact, has actually made them go up. Therefore, we think this bill will actually help to not only validate the actions of Mr. Cain, but validate the actions of all of us who have somehow been demonized and even ostracized for previous sexual harassment actions in not only the halls of Congress, but the American workplace in general. “
Republican Presidential candidate, Herman Cain, reacts over the news of imminent passage of the "Freedom in the Workplace Advocacy" bill
McCotter’s bill, known as the “Freedom in the Workplace Advocacy Bill,” will be brought up for a vote this week. It’s expected to pass the House overwhelmingly and then be brought up for a vote by the Senate where it’s also expected to pass because of 100 percent Republican support along with support by Independent Joe Lieberman of Connecticut and Democrat Ben Nelson of Nebraska.