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  • echo2165 echo2165 Oct 24, 2012 5:09 PM Flag

    More from The GOP War on Women...

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    “Pregnancies resulting from rape are ‘something that God intended to happen.’- GOP Indiana Senate candidate Richard Mourdock.

    Therefore, so goes the fractured logic of the GOP, according to their privileged insight into Providence and God’s will, abortions should be legislated out of existence for rape victims.

    “Thus,” said some future Johnnie Cochran, “my client cannot under any circumstance be held accountable for this rape under legal precedent. And while, through the miracles of scientific DNA evidence, it’s been proven that he was, in fact, the perpetrator, he is legally innocent, because it was out if his hands, having been preordained by God.”

    And I call my first witness, Geraldine Jones, testifying on behalf of the suspect, Killer. Your statement, Ms. Jones.

    “Your honor, the devil made him do it.”

    You people just get wackier and wackier. Good luck with the women’s vote.

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    • This is from this Sunday's Parade Magazine, the Ask Marilyn column. I think if perfectly describes echo/Ricky, etc.

      The question:

      Why do people believe something to be true about a political figure or party, even after they see credible evidence to the Contrary?

      Answer:

      You've just stated a fine example of bias, probably caused by an aversion to accepting the likelihood that one can be wrong. Why, if you're wrong about one thing, you might be wrong about other things. It's a scary thought all right, especially if you've built your attitude about life around the philosophy of a particular party.

      Some people are so biased that they tend to agree with most or all of the positions taken by their own parties, and if you agree with a position taken by a different party, they assume you must be a member of the opposing party. That the epitome of political bias.

      Meet the echo twins.

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        “This is from this Sunday's Parade Magazine, the Ask Marilyn column.”

        Whoa, winny, I’m so happy to see you’ve branched out from your normal Fox diet to get some additional, intellectually stimulating input from another credible source. Ask Marilyn, huh? Can’t wait to see Miss Manners’ take on the subject. So, you think The New York Times is biased, but you get your news from Ask Marilyn???? I would think that would be troublesome to sane people.

        Sadly, I didn’t catch the article, but I’d be willing to bet she was talking about you birthers.

    • There you go again with your giant size paintbrush. Just because one guy say something stupid everyone he is associated with or not, is just plain stupid and corrupt.

      If that were the case when you're through listening to many of the Democratic leaders in Congress you would want to go home and slit your wrists.

      You’re simply amazing. You must have nothing else to use up your time.

      Haven’t seen you use the Ricky alias lately, is your old-timers starting to kick in?

    • that was 1 nut who said that not the GOP, 1 NUT ! Bible thunpers aer scary but so are wackos like Sean Penn & Michael Moore, did you know Obama knew the ambassador was murdered with 2 hours of it happening and he knew it wasn't due to an youtube video? Now we have a liar in chief but you go ahead and focus on 1 nut in Indiana. That makes you a squirrel I'd say.

    • White House knew 2 hours after Libya attack that Ansar al-Sharia claimed responsibility, emails show
      WASHINGTON -- Two hours after the U.S. Consulate came under attack in Benghazi, Libya, the White House was told that a militant group was claiming responsibility for the violence that killed the U.S. ambassador and three other Americans.

      A State Department email sent to intelligence officials and the White House situation room said the Islamist group Ansar al-Sharia claimed responsibility on Facebook and Twitter, and also called for an attack on the U.S. Embassy in Tripoli.

      The document may fuel Republican efforts to show that the White House knew it was a terrorist attack, even as the U.S. ambassador to the United Nations was saying -- five days afterward -- that it appeared to be a protest gone awry.

      The Obama administration's account of the Benghazi events has become a campaign issue, with Republican challenger Mitt Romney and GOP lawmakers accusing the White House of misleading Americans about the nature of the attack.

 
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