In yet another show of clear bias by the American media and demonstrating their intrinsic connection to the democratic party, the media has decided to latch on to a comment made by Indiana senate candidate Richard Mourdock (who’s name is amazingly close to Rupert Murdoch Owner of FOXNEWS yet so obscure that my computer sees “Mourdock” as mis-spelled but “Murdoch” as spelled correctly) and somehow make connection to Presidential candidate Mitt Romney.
Lets examine a few facts here. First of all the amazingly close name of Richard Mourdock to that of Rupert Murdoch, owner of FOXNEWS. Coincidence? I doubt it. What happened here was the DNC and the Obama Administration were advised by Mourdock’s challenger Rep. Joe Donnelly about the comment.
Obama and his minions sent out a press release to the media about their take on the comment, which for those of you that don’t know, are actually directives telling their media propaganda machine to latch onto the story and make it front page news.
Why would they do this? Because President Obama has lost a large percentage of the female vote because the women of America see him for what he is, pompous and arrogant.
The quickest way to lose the female vote if your a man is to come off as arrogant.
After the first debate, women were appalled at Obama’s behavior. After the second debate Obama lost a huge block of female voters. His internal polling numbers are probably even worse then his public poll numbers, so they latched on to this story like a puppy latching on to his moms teat for a meal.
The beauty in all of this? It shows the Absolute desperation of the Obama campaign and the DNC. They see the writing on the wall. Their Messiah is going to lose the election.
When I say lose, I mean LOSE BY A LANDSLIDE. In fact, I see a repeat of Reagan Carter in the making here. Its like history repeating itself.
The media was busy for months leading up to the election making Reagan out to be an incredibly stupid man, an actor from Hollywood that had no idea how to drive a car, let alone run a country.
There were stories in the media about Bozo goes to Washington, cartoons ridiculing Reagan for being an actor (even though he was a former governor of the state of California) that were just a media attempt to discredit Reagan and make him out to be a fool.
As the election grew near, suddenly the polls were saying that Carter would win, but by a much smaller margin of victory. Today there are countless liberal websites dedicate to dispelling Reagan’s comeback in the polls as a myth, but I was there. I lived it. I am not some wet behind the ears pooh butt college graduate that has been indoctrinated into the socialist machine.
You need to understand that Reagan was projected to lose just three weeks before the election by a large margin. In just two of those three weeks he had closed the gap.
Now big toady conservatives like to believe that it was because Ronald Reagan was just that good at campaigning.
I like to believe that it was a corrupt media and their skewing of polling data that are to blame for the entire Reagan Carter debacle.
Articles like the one below are a prefect example of the nonsense from the leftist media.
Read the article, paying special attention to phrases like “and potential trouble for the Romney campaign” and “Mourdock, a tea party-backed conservative Republican.”
Phrases like these are planted all over the article to plant negative connotations of Mitt Romney in your head and to get you talking to your friends about not how despicable Richard Mourdock is, but how despicable a man Mitt Romney is for having supported Mourdock in the first place. So read on. Perhaps now you will think twice when you read this mindless drivel from the left. JD
Indiana Senate candidate Richard Mourdock became the latest Republican to stir up controversy – and potential trouble for the Romney campaign – when he said during a debate that “even when life begins in that horrible situation of rape, that is something that God intended to happen.”
Mourdock, a tea party-backed conservative Republican, unseated longtime Sen. Richard Lugar after a heated primary campaign. On Sunday, with his general election race tightening, he received Mitt Romney’s official support. Utah Sen. Orrin Hatch is the only other candidate Romney has appeared on camera to endorse.
“With so much at stake, I hope you’ll join me in supporting Richard Mourdock for U.S. Senate,” Romney says in the new web video.
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Mourdock made his controversial remarks during a debate with with Rep. Joe Donnelly, a three-term congressman who is also anti-abortion, on Tuesday night. By early this morning, the Democratic National Committee had already edited the Romney endorsement video to include Mourdock’s comments from the night before.
Romney spokeswoman Andrea Saul said the candidate “disagrees with Richard Mourdock, and Mr.Mourdock’s comments do not reflect Gov. Romney’s views.” The campaign, though, has no plans to ask him to take down the spot featuring Romney’s endorsement.
The Republican presidential nominee supports abortion in cases of rape, incest or when the life of the woman is in danger. His running mate, Rep. Paul Ryan, does not support an exception, and has so far remained silent, referring reporters to the campaign’s official statements.
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This morning, Mourdock tried to put his comment into a less stark context.
“God creates life, and that was my point,” he said in a press release. “God does not want rape, and by no means was I suggesting that he does. Rape is a horrible thing, and for anyone to twist my words otherwise is absurd and sick.”
At a news conference later he said that his words were “mistook and twisted,” and that the uproar is symptomatic of “what’s wrong with Washington.”
“I believe God controls the universe,” Mourdoch told reporters, who asked if he thought pregnancies resulting from rape were God’s plan. “I don’t believe biology works in an uncontrolled fashion.”
New Hampshire Sen. Kelly Ayotte, a popular Republican, has cancelled plans to campaign with Mourdock, who told reporters he had suggested to Ayotte that she put off the trip. Massachusetts Republican Sen. Scott Brown, up for re-election now in the Bay State, has also spoken out against Mourdock.
Obama campaign spokeswoman Jen Psaki called Mourdock’s words “outrageous and demeaning to women,” then sought to tie them to Romney, whom she said would work with a Republican Congress to promote the idea “that women should not be able to make choices about their own health care.”
DNC Chairwoman Debbie Wasserman Schultz used the same language to condemn Mourdock’s statement, calling it “outrageous and demeaning to women.”
“Unfortunately, they’ve become part and parcel of the modern Republican Party’s platform toward women’s health, as Congressional Republicans like Paul Ryan have worked to outlaw all abortions and even narrow the definition of rape,” Wasserman Schultz said.
The anti-abortion Susan B. Anthony List group backed Murdoch’s characterization and has affirmed its support for his candidacy in an email that accuses his opponent, Rep. Joe Donnelly, of twisting the Republican’s words.
“Richard Mourdock said that life is always a gift from God, and we couldn’t agree more,” SBA List President Marjorie Dannenfelser wrote this morning. “To report his statement as an endorsement of rape is either willfully ignorant or malicious.”
Texas Sen. John Cornyn, the chairman of the Republican Senatorial Campaign Committee also joined the chorus defending Mourdock.
“Richard and I, along with millions of Americans – including even [Democratic opponent] Joe Donnelly – believe that life is a gift from God,” Cornyn said. “To try and construe his words as anything other than a restatement of that belief is irresponsible and ridiculous. In fact, rather than condemning him for his position, as some in his party have when it’s come to Republicans, I commend Congressman Donnelly for his support of life.”