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Missouri: The 'Show Me Another G.O.P. Candidate' State

benir Wrote: Aug 23, 2012 2:53 PM
I believe this issue can stop being divisive soon ! Will be interesting to see if a write in candidate can get concensus. I'm over my get-out-Now-anger towards Akin. McCaskil's not a strong popular candidate, Brunner, Steelman, Akin are all very popular pro-US-Cons candidates, or I might be singing a different tune. We should all calm down about this, Akin's a decent family-man, mainstream bible belief, He's zealous on this 1 issue, more to the right than most R's. We all must make sure, no acrimony, bitterness, bickering, in MO, other States over this ! If we play it right, leave Dem-women alone, Libs-Dems can't-really-fully go after us on this. Gradually start going after O'bama's abysmal anti-Pro-Life, IL-State-US-Senate record !
benir Wrote: Aug 23, 2012 2:53 PM
But it's politics,

Chicago style thrown in whether you like it or not !

But they will fail because we are going to say:

"Akin's the far-to-the-right-Pro-Life-type. Most R's lean Pro-Life, but not as far to the right as Akin does on this issue !

Akin's a decent man, but politicians must always watch what-how-they-say-it, and pay the price for it.

The Dems will attempt to repeat their 1 of 3 favorite mantras,

"The Republicans have-been-and-are "Waging-a-War-on-Women !"

But their attempts will fail !

Because we tried our best to get Akin out,

We defended and went to war for women and we'll continue to do so !

Let Akin deal with the politics, he chose to be a politician, let him get to it !

I've read that all 3 R-candidates are v-g !

Relying on Todd Akin's sense of decency has not worked. Within hours of his idiotic comments about "legitimate rape," Karl Rove's Crossroads GPS pulled out millions of dollars in funding for the Missouri Senate race. Akin didn't get the hint.

Reince Priebus, chairman of the Republican National Committee, withdrew all funding from the Missouri race. Akin still refused to quit.

Sen. Ron Johnson of Wisconsin, a major Christian and tea party favorite, immediately called for Akin to withdraw from the race -- nothing.

Even Sean Hannity, the most true-blue Republican and...