The Hill reported yesterday that they discovered a fundraising e-mail requesting donations to clean up a "few last-minute bills" he wracked up during his disastrous campaign. In it, he takes full responsibility for his rape comment that cost him his Senate seat.
"After a bitter, hard-fought campaign, many Republicans all over the country were forced to accept defeat rather than celebrate victory. In our case, we found our campaign caught in the liberal media crosshairs. Never has Indiana seen a more obvious example of media bias by reporters more interested in defeating conservatives than reporting the news," Mourdock Finance Director Ashlee Walls writes in a fundraising plea to supporters.Sure it was Richard. The liberal media latched on and twisted your nipple until you spoke the now infamous words they had written for you.
"We fought back and invested heavily in a last-minute push to combat the slew of false accusations Democrats and the liberal media churned up to distract voters."
I struggled with it myself a long time but I came to realize that life is a gift from God, that I think even when life begins in that horrible situation of rape that it is something that God intended to happen.For the love of, do these idiots ever take personal responsibility, or is that just something they think the slacker 47% is required to do. That moronic statement tanked his numbers in record speed. The final outcome resulted in 52 percent of women supporting his opponent Joe Donnelly compared to 42 supporting Mourdock. Anyone with a shred of intelligence can clearly see that it wasn't the pinko media that sunk him. It was a bunch of rightfully outraged women who sent him to the woodshed and ended his political career.
What this proves to me is that the far right will never examine their positions and come to the conclusion that America thinks they stink like three-day-old road kill. And as long as they never look down at their navel and ponder why they actually lost, women and other people with firing synapses will continue to flee the madness.