Republican Senate Candidate Says Rapists Have God On Their Side

It was no aberration when Republican Senate candidate Todd Akin

recently tried to blame women themselves for getting pregnant from
rape, claiming that's biologically impossible. Now Republican Senate
candidate Richard Mourdock has also accidentally exposed his true
agenda, stating that he believes every rape pregnancy “is something
that God intended to happen”. Yes, folks, rapists now too have God on
their side.

Mourdock further stated plainly he would not permit abortion even in
the case of rape. That has always been the position of Republican
Vice Presidential candidate Paul Ryan. That's the position of the
Republican party platform. And Romney (who strongly endorses
Mourdock) would absolutely push that same heartless agenda were he to
be elected, no matter what he says today to the contrary.

Please submit the action page just below to call on all members of
Congress to declare that they support a woman's right to choose, in
particular in the case of rape and incest.

Action Page: Support A Woman's Right To Choose

And after you submit the action page, feel free to request one of our
pretty new “Rape Is NO Choice” bumper stickers. We just got out a big
shipment on Tuesday by first class mail to all those who had already
requested one. So if you want one too, you can have one for no
charge, not even shipping, just by making the request. Of course, if
you can make a donation of any amount, that is what makes it possible
for us to send free stickers to anyone who cannot make a donation
right now.

Rape Is No Choice bumper stickers:

Mourdock now claims his words were “twisted”. We think what's twisted
is to force a woman to bear the child of violent criminal against her
will. So no matter how much Mourdock wrings his hands talking about
how rape is so horrible, he still is determined to force women to
endure the results of that horror by the police power of the

And by the way, we cannot even count on him in the future honoring
the one exception, life of the mother, he would allow for abortion.
Because after all, for him it's just a short theological hop to the
position that if the woman dies, that too is something God intended
to happen. Don't you think it's time Mr. Mourdock stopped trying to
tell other people what God wants, and trying to make that public
policy? We do.

Please take action NOW, so we can win all victories that are supposed
to be ours, and forward this alert as widely as possible.
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