'Legitimate' Rape: The Religious Roots Of Rep. Todd Akin's Remarks
Todd Akin (R-Dumbfuckistan). Democrats are about to walk a tightrope in Missouri: They want to take advantage of Todd Akin's pile of steaming fail to save the Senate's most endangered incumbent in Sen. Claire McCaskill.
Todd Akin turned to the Internet on Wednesday to help pay for a U.S. Senate campaign that's lost funding since his controversial remark about rape and pregnancy. Akin, no longer the expected beneficiary of millions of dollars from GOP and outside
Todd Akin was virtually unknown beyond his district, associated more with his deep religious convictions than any legislative achievements. Long before his comments about women's bodies and "legitimate rape" made him a flashpoint in the fall campaign,
Todd "Legitimate Rape" Akin, the Republican Senate candidate who believes uteri have a rape exception, has launched a "Still Standing" website asking supporters to sign a petition. Actually, he's launched it three times,
Locked in a tight election campaign with President Barack Obama, Romney is seeking to regain his economic focus after a week dominated by comments made by Missouri Republican Rep. Todd Akin, who is running for Senate. Akin has been rebuked by top