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Akin: Sorry Guys, I’m here to Stay

CGinColo Wrote: Sep 26, 2012 11:02 AM
Narcissism. The future of his country is less important to him than having a chance at the PPP of congress. (Perks, Pay, Privilege). Akin is a disgrace to his country. His Narcissism ensures McCaskill will win and the socialists will control the senate.
Reaganite12 Wrote: Sep 27, 2012 1:05 PM
Since you're not from Missouri, I don't think you have any say in this vote. People in Missouri are sick of Claire McCaskill - deciding vote on Obamacare, voted "Aye" on the Dream (Nightmare) Act, having Obama's back on any crucial vote notwithstanding her claims to the contrary to the folks back home, not to mention her shenanigans with her private plane. She ended up coughing up around $375,000 on back taxes and payments to the US Treasury for personal flights in the family jet.
Big O7 Wrote: Sep 26, 2012 5:52 PM
Akin is a disgrace? He only wants PPP? Good alliteration and even better mind reading! You are not worthy to shine his shoes. May this good man win and rub your nose in your own verbal ...
Becca in TX Wrote: Sep 26, 2012 1:39 PM
It looks to me like you're in Colorado. This is pretty much up to the voters in Missouri.

Get used to it: Missouri Senate hopeful Todd Akin is in it for the long haul:

A defiant Rep. Todd Akin made it official today, saying once again he will not drop out of the Missouri Senate race.

Today was the last day Akin could be removed from the November ballot -- something top Republicans had sought since he made comments in August about "legitimate rape."

As ministers and social conservatives such as Phyllis Schafly stood at his side, Akin said at a news conference that the people of Missouri spoke when they elected him the Republican Party's...