Todd Akin

Republicans are letting on their fears that the race to replace Georgia Senator Saxby Chambliss could end in disaster for them. The cast of GOP primary characters, which The Hill has ruled a “clown car,” features the likes of Rep. Phil Gingrey—briefly infamous for saying Rep.

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The Conservative Victory Project could backfire on the Republican Party.

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And the Supreme Court Is unlikely to ignore that fact.

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Mitt Romney told supporters he's thinking about starting a monthly newsletter. Here's a preview

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The only reason Mourdock and Akin lost? They tried to explain an increasingly common position by Republican officer-holders.

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Don't think Akin handed McCaskill her seat when he said the words "legitimate rape." Making hay out of something so dicey took incredible savvy.

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What exactly would be a good reason to oppose a rape exception for abortion?

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It can be hard to keep all these deeply rigorous GOP theories of the female body straight, so we've come up with this handy guide.

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Five sexist, homophobic, and otherwise nasty Senate and House candidates who are likely to lose this November.

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 The slate of people vying for House seats is always littered with whacky, offensive, and just plain mystifying candidates. But, inevitably, some of those crackerjacks go on to actually win Congressional seats. (See: Joe Walsh, Allen West.) Below, a list of five candidates who make us smack our foreheads—but who, on January 3, 2013, could very well be esteemed members of the 113th Congress. Kerry Bentivolio When Rep.

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