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    for you know what.

    Lots of speculation and “inside info” on the internets.

    Update: Perhaps this will provide some clarity (radio link here)


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    DizzyMissL | August 21, 2012 at 1:54 pm

    How do you run with no money?

    Listening to Akin on Dana’s show right now. He is not going to withdraw. He belives he can win,come hell or high water.
    Dissing the establishment. Clueless about national implications.

    When asked about where his financing will come from, he belives he can make it up through the grass roots.

    Claims he wasn’t aware “changed media enviroment”. Again clueless.

    Cites PPP poll as proof he can win.

    Again, clueless.

    LukeHandCool | August 21, 2012 at 2:08 pm

    “Shortly before Willkie died, he told a friend, that if he could write his own epitaph and had to choose between ‘here lies a president’ or ‘here lies one who contributed to saving freedom,’ he would prefer the latter.”

    “Here lies a failed Senate bid” or “here lies one who contributed to the permanence of Obamacare.”

    You could use both, I guess.

    Henry Hawkins | August 21, 2012 at 2:10 pm

    Akin’s position – one he is clearly incapable of articulating – is that abortion ought not be permitted even in cases of rape, based on the idea that the unborn child ought not be punished for the crime of the rapist. (Bear in mind that some yahoo out in the NC sticks – me – just articulated in one sentence what Akin could not and still can’t).

    How did Akin verbally support this? He said, in essence, that in cases of ‘legitimate’ rape the female physiology automatically shuts down the fertilization process, preventing pregnancy, therefore, in cases where women seek abortions after rape, the fact they are pregnant indicates their rape must have been less than ‘legitimate’. There is no other inference to draw from this.

    Furthermore, he attributed his expertise on the inner workings of the female reproductive system to medical doctors by whom he was educated on the point. (And how do we react when global warmists abuse and misrepresent science to further their personal politic agenda?)

    Yesterday Akin said he had to continue his campaign because it was “providential”, determined not by him but by God. (That’s what providential means: determined by God).

    In a tweet today, the purportedly apologetic Akin said ‘I misspoke one word in one sentence on one day.’ That’s the extent of his insight into what he’s done.

    Go ahead. Defend that. Akin will have to, every day from now till November 6th.

    Go ahead, Akin supporters, defend that. I double dog dare you to defend that without sounding like an idiot incompetent to hold office.

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