As Wendy Murphy says,
"... Hoping to distance himself from the far right, Republican Senator Scott Brown spoke out against Akin's remarks. Mitt Romney also criticized the guy, as did President Obama who declared at a press conference that, "Rape is rape” and that we shouldn’t be "parsing and qualifying and slicing what types of rape we are talking about…" He's right. We shouldn't. But if he really believes that "rape is rape", why did he stay silent when Whoopi Goldberg announced on The View that it wasn't "rape rape" when Roman Polanski drugged and anally attacked a thirteen year-old child? Why did he say nothing when his friend and ideological ally, Massachusetts Governor Deval Patrick, described a convicted rapist as "thoughtful" after the guy violated an elderly woman for eight hours, tied a phone cord around her neck and left her for dead? And why was Obama deafeningly silent about Kobe Bryant, Dominique Strauss-Kahn, etc. Talk about qualifying and slicing!
Instead of criticizing Todd Akin, Senator Brown, Mitt Romney and President Obama should have taken the opportunity to point out that a woman is raped every two minutes in the United States and three women die from domestic violence each day in this country. Politicians who really give a damn should be demanding that we do more and should be campaigning on their plans to stop the violence..." From Patriot Ledger
not believing HERE
the effects of rape HERE and HERE
False reports of rape? read this