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Todd Akin: Conservative Champion

mickdavid Wrote: Oct 01, 2012 2:39 PM
I do not doubt for a minute Mr. Aiken’s conservative credentials. I voted for him in the primary and I will vote for him in the general because McCaskill is about as big a Democrat charlatan as you can get. She fits right in with the likes of Ried, and the other senate Democrat hypocrites. Having said that, I am very dismayed at the lack of character that Mr. Aiken has demonstrated since his foot in mouth incident. To recap: He goes on Charles Jako’s Sunday morning talk fest. For those that don’t know this guy he is the typical liberal flack and most everyone in the St. Louis area knows this. How can Aiken not know? He’s not on this show to give the viewer’s useful information, he’s there to be snookered –
mulbery Wrote: Oct 01, 2012 2:51 PM
So your money is more improtant to you than installing a senator who thinks that women are stupid? (Stupider, even, than he is?) I guess your motto is the Show me - the money?
mickdavid Wrote: Oct 01, 2012 4:38 PM
You have successfully missed the point. The issue is not the money, the issue is to not to say something that your opponents can exploit to their advantage. And as a sidelight, as a politician, if you can't win, your good conservative position on the issues has been silenced. Your opponents message and agenda will be advanced much to your chagrin. I just hope he doesn't drag the state into Obama's electoral column.

A French proverb declares: “What is hard to endure is sweet to recall.” I seldom agree with the French, but, as a former professional boxer, I know this to be true.

In 2003 I was fighting Cuban heavyweight Roberto Valdez before thousands at Chicago’s UIC Pavilion. Valdez was big, strong and mean. I was told that, a few years earlier, he had traversed shark-infested waters, alone, on a rickety makeshift raft to enjoy freedom in the land of the free.

This, of course, is the very land Barack Obama seeks to “fundamentally transform.” The American vision he shares...