[Richard Mourdock's] tireless leadership in support of pro-family, pro-life and pro-free enterprise policies is greatly valued by [the Campaign for Working Families] and all of our members. I’m proud to stand with you in the fight for faith, family and freedom!" - Gary Bauer, Chairman.
For the Republican Senate campaign? One candidate is an Indiana resident, one is a resident of Virginia. One has fought the Obama Administration to save Indiana pension funds, one has rubber-stamped whatever Obama wanted until campaign time drew near and he began to try to vote conservative. I wonder how hard it was for Dick Lugar to pretend he was still conservative and still a Hoosier after all those years in his million-dollar mansion in the suburbs of the District of Columbia, what those of us who have worked in Washington, DC would call a "Beltway Boy?"
How long will Hoosiers be fooled? How long will we be under-represented and victimized by the very people who supposedly represent us?
"Dick Lugar could have showed some spine in the recent debt vote and followed the junior Senator from Indiana, Dan Coats, in voting "no" on a piece of legislation that does not solve our nation's debt crisis. Richard Mourdock is the only true conservative in the race for U.S. Senate, and he will stand up against the failed policies of Barack Obama. At the end of the day, Dick Lugar just wants to be Barack Obama's friend." - David N. Bossie, President of Citizens United
Richard Mourdock lives in Indiana. Senator Lugar lives in McLean, Virgiana and has for several years. It may be 1977 since Lugar lived in Indiana.
Even more controversial, on Sen. Lugar’s rare visits back to Indiana, he has wasted $50,000 of YOUR (taxpayer) money on Indiana hotels because he has no place to stay. This scandal is good reason to replace one of the most liberal Republicans in the Senate with a conservative!
A conservative would not prepare Barack Obama to debate AGAINST the Republican Presidential Candidate. A conservative would not vote for the most liberal and anti-Constitution Supreme Court nominees we have seen added to the bench under Obama.
A conservative would do what Richard Mourdock, State Treasurer of Indiana did in fighting the Obama Administration all the way to the Supreme Court to recoup stolen Indiana Pension funds from the cronies of the Obama Administration when they illegally passed out Chrysler monies in the "bankruptcy scandal" in which Barack Obama took over Chrysler and handed a large part of it on a silver platter to the Italian automaker FIAT. I cringe whenever I see one of those Chrysler ads now, knowing how un-American the company and the process of reorganizing it actually was in comparison to what the television ads say. No matter how you look at it, Barack Obama took Indiana pension money and gave it away. Did Dick Lugar care?
Richard Mourdock is endorsed by people like Mark Levin and Erick Erickson as well as numerous conservative groups, such as:
Tea Party Express
Club for Growth
Gun Owners of America
The Eagle Forum
Dick Lugar, on the other hand?
- Voted for the Wall Street and auto industry Bailouts
- Sponsored Obama’s Illegal Immigrant Amnesty program
- An ardent gun ban supporter
- Confirmed both of Obama’s Supreme Court Nominees
Please give your vote and support to Richard Mourdock and bring a Hoosier voice back to Washington rather than leaving a Washington voice living in the lap of luxury on you, the taxpayer's dime (Not that a dime is worth much in an era of multi-Trillion dollar deficits and a President who spends multiple millions of dollars on vacations and parties)!
Above, Mark Levin's interview of and endorsement of Richard Mourdock (radio).
I wanted to wait and see who would stand up to take the challenge of moving that seat to the right. One man has — Richard Mourdock.
For the better part of his Senate career, Richard Lugar has defined leadership as reaching across the aisle to screw conservatives. He was a thorn in President Reagan’s side. He is a problem now for conservatives.
He has supported earmarks, refused to sign a brief opposing Obamacare, and routinely laments “polarization”, by which he means conservatives actually standing up and fighting back.
As much as conservatives need to stop Heather Wilson from winning the GOP nomination in New Mexico, conservatives and tea party activists can and should seize this moment and beat Richard Lugar.In fact, I hear that the GOP establishment in D.C. is deeply worried. There is independent polling out showing Lugar is extremely vulnerable to be beaten in a Republican primary.
Let’s do it. And let’s do it with Richard Mourdock.
While Lugar has been in the Senate fighting against conservatives, Mourdock has been in Indiana fighting for conservatives. Mourdock has been out on the campaign trail withstanding attack after attack from Lugar and his acolytes. And the attacks have all largely been to cast Mourdock as . . . wait for it . . . too conservative for Indiana.
Mourdock can win. He has a track record. The Republicans in Indiana have grown weary of Senator Lugar. It’s time to retire Lugar to the Bipartisan Policy Center, where all former moderate Republicans go to embrace their inner liberal, and send Richard Mourdock to the United States Senate.