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(ABC) The Republican running for senate in Indiana sought to clarify the remarks he made at a debate Tuesday night, in which he said that pregnancies resulting from rape are "something God intended." Richard Mourdock says he won't apologize for believing "life is precious," even when it's the result of rape. He says he believes his words have been twisted, saying “that's what's wrong with Washington today... it is win at any cost.” Democrats call Mourdock a "zealot." The Romney campaign says it disagrees with Murdoch's comments and his position, that there should be no abortion exceptions for rape and incest, but Romney still supports Mourdock's candidacy.
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