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On this day of celebration, when President Barack Obama again takes the Oath of Office, we remember Mitt Romney, and how glad we are America didn’t elect that %^$#&
Charles Krauthammer on Fox News “Special Report” Friday called the Hurricane Sandy bill that Speaker John Boehner refused to allow on the floor for a vote “a rape of the treasury.”
Richard Mourdock’s “God intended” rape. Todd Akin’s “legitimate rape.” Paul Ryan’s “forcible rape.” Why does the GOP classify rape as anything but what it really is?
If you are LGBT and not going to vote, you might as well give Mitt Romney a big ol’ wet kiss. He’ll be screwing you for the next four years.
Congressman Todd Akin has now compared Senator Claire McCaskill to a dog.
Joe Walsh is anti-abortion “without exception,” including rape, incest, health and life of the mother, because “you can’t find one instance” of a death from childbirth.
Tea Party Republican Todd Akin says that evolution is not “a matter of science,” because he’s “taken a look at both sides of the thing.”
Todd Akin, who has lost support from all but the most extreme, radical right wing politicos, told a voter that the best way to get his attention is, “write me a decent check.”
Does the Family Research Council just fib about who is speaking at their Values Voters Summit, hoping that once people see they’re attending, they’re forced to go?
Tony Perkins today told reporters that Rep. Todd Akin will be speaking at the Values Voters Summit on Friday.
Planned Parenthood’s Cecile Richards spoke to the DNC, addressing the topic of women’s health and touching on Republican attempts to shut Planned Parenthood down.
An obstetrics professor who heads the Pope Paul VI Institute for the Study of Human Reproduction at a Catholic university says women rarely get pregnant from rape.
Paul Ryan, while discussing rape, Todd Akin, and abortion, told a reporter that rape is just a “method of conception,” totally ignoring the woman who was raped.
Bryan Fischer called on Mississippi Governor Phil Bryant to use the National Guard to surround Mississippi schools to ensure school prayer is protected and defended.
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