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Lincoln Chafee Makes Weird Statement About Women Withholding Sex At his Concession Speech

The unbearably white Democratic field is down an old white man as Lincoln Chafee has dropped out this morning. I guess Wolf Blitzer’s icy glare was too much for him to handle.

And then right after his concession statement, he starts talking about women withholding sex in order to stop war in an ancient Greek play. Yeah, really.

Watch below – his comments about Aristophanes begin at about the 2:15 mark:

Uhhh. Ok dude. That’s just weird. Because everyone knows Aristophanes’ best play is “the Clouds,” you dork!!

When Hillary was told that Chafee was leaving the race, she reportedly said, “who?” just like most Americans.

And now let’s take a look at the only highlight from Lincoln Chafee’s doomed presidential race… which had nothing to do with him:

Michael Steele laughs SO HARD he can barely SPEAK after ‘the Nation’ editor’s Lincoln Chafee remark

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  • billypaintbrush

    Wait, what? they withheld sex at the speech?

  • Belial Issimo

    “I was told there would be sex.”

  • Anthony_A

    Should I watch the video, or should I listen to the croaking chorus from “The Frogs” of Aristophanes?

  • Kelly Zat

    Does anyone know what he was on so I can avoid it?

  • teapartydoc

    I didn’t watch, but I’d bet the play alluded to was Ekklesiazusae. In it the women demand a communistic form of government in order to cure inequality. In Athens In Decline the author Claude’ Mosse describes this and the following capital flight from Athens as if there is no connection between them. She also describes the crony capitalism and price controls of a highly centralized and regulated regime but one has to read between the lines because she has ideological blinders on and sees the world through leftist lenses that preclude her ability to actually see the evidence before her eyes for what it is, like your typical college professor.

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