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Presumptive Republican nominee for president, former Gov. Mitt Romney (R-MA) is more closely connected than his campaign would like to admit to the controversial doctor who authored the now-notorious theory that women cannot get pregnant from “legitimate rape.” According to Think Progress, Dr. John Willke has served as an adviser and confidant of the presidential hopeful for years, because, as Romney allegedly told Willke, they “agree on almost everything.”
For its part, the Romney campaign flew into furious denial mode mere hours after Akin’s statements went public. Spokesperson Andrea Saul told Huffington Post, “Governor Romney and Congressman Ryan disagree with Mr. Akin’s statement, and a Romney-Ryan administration would not oppose abortion in instances of rape.”
However, Dr. Willke, upon whose theories Akin’s remarks were based, served as a campaign advisor and “important surrogate” to Romney in 2008, according to the New York Daily News.
Also, the two men met in 2011 ahead of Romney’s entry into the 2012 Republican primary. Dr. Willke told the U.K. newspaper The Daily Telegraph that he and Romney have had several private meetings, after one of which, Romney thanked Willke for his support and said, “We agree on almost everything.”
as Romney allegedly told Willke, they “agree on almost everything.”
Anyone that wants to force women to have rape babies,
Originally posted by RealSpoke
Anyone that wants to force women to have rape babies, must be sadist and love psychologically torturing people. Either that or a rapist themselves.