What was Ohio U.S. Senate candidate Josh Mandel trying to say when, on a rightwing radio talkshow today (October 25) he called Indiana Senatorial wannabe Richard Mourdock a "class act"?
Mourdock, of course, has become known for his recent remark that a pregnancy resulting from rape might be "what God intended". By calling Mourdock a "class act", is Josh Mandel proving that he is on the same page with other Republican extremists like Todd Akin (who talks about "legitimate rape"), Joe Walsh (who said that, for some women, rape is "consensual"), VP candidate Paul Ryan (a co-sponsor, with Todd Akin, of a "Personhood Amendment", who, in 2011, called rape a "means of conception"), and (on Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Sundays) Mitt Romney in their beliefs that women have NO reproductive rights ... Romney has appearred in an ad for only ONE candidate for the U.S. Senate - Richard Mourdock of Indiana ... Are ALL of these guys "birds-of-a-feather" when it comes to their views of women's personal or workplace rights? This IS 2012, not 1950!
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