Fry: My girlfriend had one of those. Actually it wasn't hers, it was her dad's. And she wasn't my girlfriend, she just lived next door and never closed her curtains.So, about thirty-seven seconds after they get sworn in next January, the GOP-dominated House passes a bill to repeal Obamacare, whereupon it goes to the Senate and... and... Good frickin' job, Mourdock.
Leela: Fry, remember what we said about ending your stories a sentence earlier?
I'm going to miss those Donnelly ads that painted Mourdock as a radical who wanted to abolish the Department of Education; I'd cheer when they called him a Tea Party Zealot. "Yeah, and...?"
It's gonna be all-rape, all the time from here on out.
Future political historians (assuming there are any writing by candlelight after the complete fiscal collapse) will point to this as The Sentence That Saved Obamacare.