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Selfish Akin Bringing GOP Down With Him

Davole Wrote: Aug 23, 2012 9:54 AM
Whenever democrat politicians utter ridiculous and false statements, the liberal media immediately rushes to their defense. Whenever Republican politicians profess honest personal opinions, the liberal media immediately stampedes to lambast them for daring to speak their mind, and implies that those opinions must be regarded as reprehensible official GOP policy. Republicans, in true robot fashion, then cower to put on their yoke of submission which further perpetuates that media double standard that always works to denigrate the GOP. Will Republican politicians ever boldly bother to state in unison that although they do not endorse all comments from their associates, they do support their constitutional right to free speech? Continued
Davole Wrote: Aug 23, 2012 9:54 AM
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Let the voters decide whether or not they share the opinions expressed by their local district political candidates!

If “all politics is local politics,” it must be said: This is a bad week to be a Missourian.

No, I don’t live in Missouri. But I’m a conservative and a pro-life advocate, so thanks to Rep. W. Todd Akin, I must necessarily worry about the U.S. Senate race in Missouri, a contest that should have been an easy win for my side.

Mr. Akin thrust himself into the Hall of Fame of 21st Century Political Stupidity, an incredible accomplishment in the age of Anthony “Weinergate” Weiner, then-South Carolina Gov. Mark Sanford’s rendezvous with a lover in Argentina, and anything uttered...