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What he said... (you'll never believe who's back him)

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In last night's Indiana Senate debate, Republican candidate Richard Mourdock declared, "Even when life begins in that horrible situation of rape, that it is something that God intended to happen."

Mourdock's comments are despicable and demeaning to women.

But get this: the day before Mourdock uttered these terrible remarks, Mitt Romney announced his endorsement of Mourdock. He even released an ad backing Mourdock, the only ad that Romney has cut for a Senate candidate in this election!

Will you help us reach 100,000 strong calling on Mitt Romney and Republican Leaders to denounce Mourdock's candidacy and pull down their ads immediately? Add your name here [url]

Republicans' heinous views on rape are not slips of the tongue. It's what they believe.

Mitt Romney's running mate Paul Ryan voted with Todd Akin to redefine rape. Over the last two years, Republicans repeatedly voted to defund Planned Parenthood and restrict women's access to health care.

If Republicans have their way, the next four years could be a horrendous return to 1950's social policy toward women.

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Democrats 2012

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Subject: What he said... (you'll never believe who's back him)

From: Democrats 2012 [mailto:dccc@dccc.org]

Sent: Oct. 24, 2012, 9:44 a.m.


In last night's Indiana Senate debate, Republican candidate Richard Mourdock declared, "Even when life begins in that horrible situation of rape, that it is something that God intended to happen."

Mourdock's comments are despicable and demeaning to women.

But get this: the day before Mourdock uttered these terrible remarks, Mitt Romney announced his endorsement of Mourdock. He even released an ad backing Mourdock, the only ad that Romney has cut for a Senate candidate in this election!

Will you help us reach 100,000 strong calling on Mitt Romney and Republican Leaders to denounce Mourdock's candidacy and pull down their ads immediately? Add your name here [url]

Republicans' heinous views on rape are not slips of the tongue. It's what they believe.

Mitt Romney's running mate Paul Ryan voted with Todd Akin to redefine rape. Over the last two years, Republicans repeatedly voted to defund Planned Parenthood and restrict women's access to health care.

If Republicans have their way, the next four years could be a horrendous return to 1950's social policy toward women.

Help us call them out:

[url]

Thanks,

Democrats 2012

Paid for by the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee | 430 South Capitol Street SE, Washington, DC 20003 202 863-1500 | www.dccc.org | Not authorized by any candidate or candidate's committee.

This message was sent to: | We believe that emails are a crucial way for our campaign to stay in touch with supporters. Click here if you'd like to unsubscribe from these messages. Change or update your email address by clicking here. Thanks for your support of Democrats!