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

John Bull Wrote: Aug 23, 2012 12:36 PM
It is obvious that McCatskill is so weak, that anyone in this side can beat her. I'm sure the dems would be using this "legitimate rape" screw up all the way to the electio day. We should be ready to point out who the extremist are in this election. Pointing out O is for late term abortion or even born alive abortion is a good start. We should also keep banging away of the bad reputation the commie left like the Clinton and Kennedys have with women, and how the dems circle the wagon and destroyed the lives of those who accused these bast@rds of rape, assault or even worst. Just be ready to point out which party is the sexists, misogynist, abortion loving party, every time the commie left trolls try to make an issue of Akin.
Richard141 Wrote: Aug 23, 2012 12:44 PM
You can do all of that and Akin will still lose. He has destroyed his chances. He needs to go.
benir Wrote: Aug 23, 2012 1:07 PM
McCaskil's not a strong popular candidate, Brunner, Steelman, Akin are all very popular pro-US-Cons candidates.

I'm over my get-out-Now-anger towards Akin.

We should all calm down about this,

I believe this issue can stop being divisive soon !

It'll be interesting to see if a write in candidate can get concensus.

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 heinous-abysmal-immoral anti-Pro-Life-procedures-platform, IL-State-US-Senate record !
John Bull Wrote: Aug 23, 2012 1:16 PM
Oh, I'm with you on that...
I still think one drag to the Missouri Senatorial campaign and the rest of the Republicans party will be Akin...

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...