Tuesday, October 23, 2012

Paul Ryan Need's This Man

Indiana's U.S. Senate seat is up for grab this year, far right extremist Republican candidate Richard Mourdock was in a debate recently and he let his true republican colors come to light!

"I struggled with it myself for a long time, but I came to realize life is that gift from God," Mourdock said. "And I think even when life begins in that horrible situation of rape, that it is something that God intended to happen."

Luckily for the people of Indiana, there are some sane people in the state, including his opponent Democratic challenger Joe Donnelly.   

Democrats immediately pounced on his comments, and Donnelly -- who is also pro-life but who supports exceptions for rape and incest -- released a statement questioning the notion that God would "intend for rape to happen."

"The God I believe in and the God I know most Hoosiers believe in, does not intend for rape to happen -- ever," Donnelly said. "What Mr. Mourdock said is shocking, and it is stunning that he would be so disrespectful to survivors of rape.

Hmmm sound eerily similar to the views on rape and abortion of Todd Akin and Paul Ryan!    Let's check in and see what Paul Ryan(R-forcible rape) thinks of Mr. Mourdock, and his views on God Given Rape Gifts:


  1. These people are only expressing the since-day-one anti-woman teachings of the christian church. (note the small "c" and suck it up) People might not wanna hear that, preferring Thomas Kinkade-y images of Happy Jeezus distributing fish and chips at a Block party, but it's true.
    People will also be in for a very rude awakening on Dec 21 of this year when Stewie reveals himself to be the Master All-Being of the Universe. Repent early to avoid the rush.

  2. Life is a gift from God, but rape isn't. Rape is bad enough, no need to start putting a rapist's rights before the woman's health and rights.

    This man is not thinking properly. God gave us the ability to think and to use our knowledge for the good of all, including women. There is no need to pretend that a pregnancy started in a rape is the same as another kind of pregnancy.

  3. "....God intended it to happen?" Almost as bad as "some girls just rape easily." Indiana Senate seat could trip the balance that determines whether Obamacare is repealed. God must want it to stay?

  4. Almost as flabbergasting as Mourdock’s rape remarks is that Mourdock is a geologist who believes Earth is 6,000 years old. Near Wabash, Indiana are several monstrous rocks made from 400 million year old coral reefs. These formed in salt water. They are far too big to have formed in the 40 days of the Great Flood. Mourdock is a prime example of today’s Republican leadership

  5. Add Ohio Josh Mandel to Mourdock's supporters. Josh Mandell the AWOL State Treasurer thinks Mourdock is an intelligent gentleman. May they both drop into obscurity or some republican unthink tank. Palli