Gop Senate Candidate Richard Mourdock Claims Pregnancies From Rape are 'Something God Intended'

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Just when you think the Republicans have their mouths so stuffed with their feet that there isn’t even space for a nail to curl, comes another Republican statement!

Gop Senate Candidate Richard Mourdock Claims Pregnancies From Rape are 'Something God Intended'

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Just when you think the Republicans have their mouths so stuffed with their feet that there isn’t even space for a nail to curl, comes another Republican statement!

First Todd Akins, now Murdoch. What is wrong with these people?

"I struggled with it myself for a long time, but I came to realize life is that gift from God," Mourdock said. "And I think even when life begins in that horrible situation of rape, that it is something that God intended to happen."

Before we could get over the huff and formulate a decent response, Big Bird said it all, when he tweeted:

 

 

Here are a couple of other responses as well:

 

 

 

Presidential nominee Mitt Romney is known to disagree with Murdoch and his way of thinking, even though he has shown his support for him. The following video was released not long before Murdoch’s remarks.

It goes without saying that he has faced intense fire back over his comments. Even Mitt Romney may be thinking of pulling back his support for him.

Gop Senate Candidate Richard Mourdock Claims Pregnancies From Rape are 'Something God Intended'

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Gop Senate Candidate Richard Mourdock Claims Pregnancies From Rape are 'Something God Intended'

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Some similar biology and common sense defying Republican foot in mouth moments can be witness in the following instances as well:

http://www.carbonated.tv/blogs/republican-representative-todd-akin-at-it-again-doctors-give-abortions-to-women-who-arent-even-pregnant-video

http://www.carbonated.tv/blogs/paul-ryan-forcible-rape-is-just-stock-languageit-must-be-removed

http://www.carbonated.tv/blogs/tom-smith-republican-senate-candidate-sparks-controversy-over-rape-comments-again-video

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