Put a Sock in it RINO’s
I hope my opponent wins in November to help give my friend Mitch McConnell a majority.
If Mr. Mourdock is elected, I want him to be a good Senator. But that will require him to revise his stated goal of bringing more partisanship to Washington. He and I share many positions, but his embrace of an unrelenting partisan mindset is irreconcilable with my philosophy of governance and my experience of what brings results for Hoosiers in the Senate. In effect, what he has promised in this campaign is reflexive votes for a rejectionist orthodoxy and rigid opposition to the actions and proposals of the other party. His answer to the inevitable roadblocks he will encounter in Congress is merely to campaign for more Republicans who embrace the same partisan outlook.
Short: Lugar has been crossing the aisle for too long and the lede confirms it.
Long: I am pretty darn tired of Conservatives being told, ‘Back of the Bus’ adults need to run the show. Well the adults have been driving the bus for decades and all we have to show for it is deficits out the whazoo, a government out of control and palm slapping attitude in DC that is killing this country.
Well no more back of the bus. The Teas are getting stronger every election cycle. Conservatives are winning down vote elections across the board. It is only a matter of time till a Tea Senatorial coalition can stop anything they want in the Senate.
No more back of the bus. No more nice guy. Oh and Mr. Lugar. Harry was not your friend. But you were certainly his chump.