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DeMint: Let's Face it, It's Time to Support Todd Akin

tprice Wrote: Sep 29, 2012 6:52 PM
All Republicans should stand with Akin. They believe women who are raped should have the baby. Too bad you were raped. Women should not have the right to abort their rapist's child. They want to make abortion illegal in all circumstances. Be proud of your beliefs.
Dreadnaught011 Wrote: Oct 03, 2012 1:30 PM

Speaking as a Republican I can tell you this:

Throughout history, women who suffered even the most violent rapes gave birth to the resulting baby. That is NATURE. Abortion is unnatural in almost every case. Suffering is natural, in most cases. Death is natural; but death by abortion is heinous. Very barbarous, in fact.

This doesn't mean a woman must hold on to the baby of a rapist. She may reject him/her; giving it up for adoption. That merely realizes the child is innocent. The baby never raped anybody. The mother never before murdered anybody, either. Now, however; for her personal satisfaction she can murder her offspring.

Dreadnaught011 Wrote: Oct 03, 2012 1:30 PM

Speaking as a Republican I can tell you this:

Throughout history, women who suffered even the most violent rapes gave birth to the resulting baby. That is NATURE. Abortion is unnatural in almost every case. Suffering is natural, in most cases. Death is natural; but death by abortion is heinous. Very barbarous, in fact.

This doesn't mean a woman must hold on to the baby of a rapist. She may reject him/her; giving it up for adoption. That merely realizes the child is innocent. The baby never raped anybody. The mother never before murdered anybody, either. Now, however; for her personal satisfaction she can murder her offspring.

ReddestNeck Wrote: Sep 29, 2012 9:04 PM
Oh, meow.

Maybe this contretemps (after all, Todd Akin retracted his misstatement) will teach the GOP to fight the Democrats more than one another.

Now that he's in to stay with no turning back, some degree of wagon-circling was inevitable.  Over to you, Jim DeMint and Rick Santorum:
 

Missouri Senate candidate Todd Akin won two high-profile Republican endorsements Wednesday, a day after guaranteeing his candidacy would continue despite calls for him to quit because of comments about rape and pregnancy he since has apologized for. Former GOP presidential candidate Rick Santorum and Sen.