Daily Topics - Wednesday October 24th, 2012

Catch The Thom Hartmann Program LIVE 3-6pm Eastern!

Hour One: Paul Ryan on poverty...no soup for you! David Bender, Progressive Voices

Hour Two: Latest on Gov. Don Siegelman - Dana Siegelman, Free Don Siegelman / Plus, globalism will kill us all

Hour Three: The Campaign to Steal Ohio - Alec MacGillis, The New Republic / Plus, shame on Richard Mourdock - DNC Chair Congresswoman Debbie Wasserman Schultz (D-FL), Obama 2012

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mathboy 11 years 39 weeks ago
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Republican men don't seem to understand that rape doesn't consist of a woman saying no after the fact. It involves violence and usually betrayal of trust. It leaves psychological and physical damage. It's a crime and the rapist is responsible for it, not the victim. How someone like Richard Mourdock can blithely say it's god's will and god's gift if such a horrible thing results in pregnancy (which itself is not easy to deal with) is beyond my comprehension.

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