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Todd Akin Was Never Accused of Rape -- Unlike Bill Clinton

Robert1260 Wrote: Aug 24, 2012 12:46 AM
Larry has the nerve to blame the "democrat media complex" for Akin's problems within his own party? I seem to recall GOP heavyweights jumping all over poor Akin for simply telling the truth about his beliefs which are akin to the beliefs of the entire GOP (sorry for the bad pun, couldn't resist). Cat out of the bag now Larry? Hey, if republican so called conservatives are so ashamed of their own beliefs perhaps instead of putting on a mask to fool the public I suggest they finally tell the American their real plans for the future. Namely a corporate takeover of the entire government. They know they can't do that without the blessings from the extreme Christian right, so they pander. Coulter knows it. Limbaugh knows it. Hannity knows it...
Robert1260 Wrote: Aug 24, 2012 12:47 AM
Maybe someone should let Larry Elder in on it.
rickmcq Wrote: Aug 24, 2012 7:19 AM
It appears that the GOP Establishment has panicked over the way Akin expressed his views and decided to cut him loose. This is in fear of the MSM pounding the Akin candidacy over the incident and costing the Reps a critical Senate seat. Unfortunately, the GOP may have miscalculated and overreacted, possibly causing a rift in the MO GOP - which could lead to the loss of that very Senate seat.
Which is worse, Rep. Todd Akin's, R-Mo., ignorance about human anatomy -- or the way Republicans jump, run and hide when the Democrat-media complex decides they should?

Akin is the Republican candidate for a crucial Senate seat in Missouri. In an interview, he said that he believed that pregnancy following an act of rape is "really rare -- if it's a legitimate rape, the female body has ways to try to shut the whole thing down."

Incredibly dumb. The married father of six, including two daughters, apologized the next day and then recorded an ad apologizing yet...