Re: GOP clarifies its view on rape/abortion
posted at 8/20/2012 10:20 PM EDT
In Response to Re: GOP clarifies its view on rape/abortion
[QUOTE]In Response to GOP clarifies its view on rape/abortion : I don't think Akin speaks for all conservatives..but he does speak for the worst of them. This guy's views are nothing new..and yet he was still able to secure the republican nomination for Senate. To me..he is an example of what the big problem with both parties are..but this time around it seems to be a bigger GOP affliction. By pandering to the extreme right of the party..you know..the people who want to take away rights, he set himself up to sound like a moron..and not just any moron..a cold, calculating moron who holds a very low opinion of women. As the day goes on, you will see more republicans asking him to step out of the race. This is because he crossed a line. I don't believe he "misspoke". I think he believes what he stated ( otherwise why say it?) and when it came back at him..he tried backtracking. Unfortunately, there are consequences to our words and actions and in general people who say such hateful things are not tolerated by the general society. I don't need to comment further on the percieved GOP war on women. I think the facts, when taken in their entirety speak for themselves.
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He should sound like a moron he is a moron.
He doesn't speak for anyone but himself.
Public outcry from all quarters of the Republican party since the comments were made about how outlandish and ridiculous they were.
Not to mention a public statement from Romney for him to step down, also defunding from the Republican party.
But the mentally challenged on this site still would like to connect commentary from a nut to the Republican platform.
The behavior of Gary Condit reflect on all Democrats? I don't think so. Elliot Spitzer?
But consider you same people returned a drunk and a murderer to congress for 47 years.
A desperate group because Obama cannot run on his record.
The war on women? Because people object to paying taxes for birth control pills covered in Obamacare?
Objection to using tax dollars to pay for free birth control pills for all is a war on women?
The war on women is being waged by the Obama administration in the name of un-employment.
Let women continue to pay the 15 bucks a month themselves since when the hell is birth control a health problem?
Democrats have always said they want Republicans to stay out of their bedroom this is a chance to prove it.
Since when the hell are women entitled to free birth control pills?
The war on women amounts to a battle to give them free birth control. Don't make me laugh.
I'll stay out of your bedroom you stay out of my wallet.