Skip to comments.Hoosiers For Conservative Senate Endorses Richard Mourdock over Lugar
Posted on 09/24/2011 8:07:32 PM PDT by Pat4ever
He has served six terms in the Senate and won his last race with 87 percent of the vote, but that hasnt prevented Indiana Sen. Richard G. Lugar from emerging as perhaps the most vulnerable Republican senator of the 2012 election cycle. And the big danger is coming from Mr. Lugars right flank...
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I was just reading an article about this guy in National Review just this week. He’ll have a tough road to climb but good luck to him.
Many other Hoosiers see it the same way. We appreciate what he has done over the years, but his Liberal worldview and refusal to represent his Hoosier constituents is a slap in the face. It’s time for Richard Mourdock.
It’s happened so many times with so many politicians. Well it’s time to take the gooberment back with good, solid Conservatives and I wish Mr. Mourdock the best. I hope to see a lot of former Conservatives that have changed their politics over to the dark side sent home in 2012. We gots a list and we knows you you are.....:)
I wish Lugar would leave office of his own accord.
He’s been a US Senator for 36 years now. To give you some perspective, I was in elementary school when he first got elected to the Senate.
No one, regardless of whether they have a D or R after their name, should hold public office for that long.
Yet another old, addled politician who feels so indispensable. Just what is with these ego-driven, drooling old fools?
Seems exactly that is what happens to everyone who’s re-elected too many times to the D.C.
Ditto for Orrin Hatch!
Tell Dick Lugar it is time to retire by supporting the Moneybomb for Mourdock. You can read about Mourdock and donate to his fund here: http://www.richardmourdock.com/
Any size donation is welcomed to counteract Lugar’s big bucks.
Bye Lugar... we are hunting Rinos. 2012 is open season on RINOs.
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