Put a Sock in it RINO’s

2012 May 9
by drdog09

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.

The whole Lugar diatribe

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.

26 Responses leave one →
  1. 2012 May 9 7:23 pm
    [1]
    drdog09 permalink

    Oh boy! Rush Limbaugh launches facebook to make a point that he has more Babes listening to him than are members of NOW. He wins by default and he has Facebook to prove it — https://www.facebook.com/RushBabesforAmerica

  2. 2012 May 9 7:29 pm
    [2]
    bc3b permalink

    Richard Lugar has long been far more interested in the accolades from the left, “civility” and “going along to get along” than in the good or the future of the republic.

    I have NEVER been happier to see a RINO go down in flames.

  3. 2012 May 9 7:34 pm
    [3]
    mulletover permalink

    Harry Reid’s chump is right. The outcry from Kerry et al is all you need to confirm that Lugar was a tool of the left.

    Good he’s gone. Bet his staff goes knocking on dem senator’s office doors for their next job.

  4. 2012 May 9 7:54 pm
    [4]

    animals Smileys

  5. 2012 May 9 8:00 pm
    [5]
    justrand permalink

    wow…a quick trip around the Leftist media has them calling Obama’s “dramatic” support of Gay Marriage the greatest thing in the history of things!!!

    Obama is Ghandi, MLK, and Moses in one AWESOME Resident!!! Gack!

  6. 2012 May 9 8:03 pm
    [6]
    mulletover permalink

    Thanks for the patch.

  7. 2012 May 9 8:09 pm
    [7]
    mulletover permalink

    Rather than being awesome, obama got caught with his shorts down, and flip-flopped his way into a position. Had he not, his base would have been pissed, all that homo money would have dried up, and Biden would have come off looking more prescient than the Won.

    That, and reggie love wouldn’t have given him any love. Shep neither.

  8. 2012 May 9 8:12 pm
    [8]
    gnqanq permalink

    Mr Lugar – how come bipartisanship always seems to be one way.

    Is that smile on your face because you take it in the shorts so often that you like it?

  9. 2012 May 9 8:17 pm
    [9]

    GIVE LUGAR A LUGER AND HAVE HIM DO THE HONORABLE THING.

  10. 2012 May 9 8:19 pm
    [10]

    Is that smile on your face because you take it in the shorts so often that you like it?

    The senate cloak room has many nooks and crannies in it.

  11. 2012 May 9 8:20 pm
    [11]
    mulletover permalink

  12. 2012 May 9 8:29 pm
    [12]
    bc3b permalink

    Sorry Mullet –

    Gay group pushing to move Dem convention out of NC:

    http://dailycaller.com/2012/05/09/gay-group-starts-petition-to-force-dems-to-move-convention-out-of-nc/

  13. 2012 May 9 8:33 pm
    [13]

    Move it to san fran where it belongs.

  14. 2012 May 9 9:20 pm
    [14]
    Wylie E. Coyote permalink

    Equality of opportunity is freedom, but equality of outcome is repression. – Dick Feagler

  15. 2012 May 9 9:20 pm
    [15]
    Wylie E. Coyote permalink

    Bureaucracy, the rule of no one, has become the modern form of despotism. – Mary McCarthy

  16. 2012 May 9 9:23 pm
    [16]
    Wylie E. Coyote permalink

    “We have a system that increasingly taxes work and subsidizes nonwork” – Milton Friedman

  17. 2012 May 9 9:28 pm
    [17]
    Wylie E. Coyote permalink

    No drug, not even alcohol, causes the fundamental ills of society. If we’re looking for the sources of our troubles, we shouldn’t test people for drugs, we should test them for stupidity, ignorance, greed, and love of power. – P. J. O’Rourke

  18. 2012 May 9 10:23 pm
    [19]
    Wylie E. Coyote permalink

    “It is in war that the State really comes into its own: swelling in power, in number, in pride, in absolute dominion over the economy and the society.”
    – Murray N. Rothbard

  19. 2012 May 9 10:25 pm
    [20]
    Wylie E. Coyote permalink

    “Historically, neither the Right nor the Left has shown a sustained, uncompromising loyalty to individual human rights to life, liberty and property, while classical liberalism and especially libertarianism is exactly about such unwavering loyalty, one that requires the proverbial eternal vigilance.

    By its nature libertarianism is about political liberty for all individuals to do whatever is peaceful or non-aggressive, including acquiring and holding property or valued items either found in nature or obtained through free trade and inheritance.

    Claiming that libertarianism can include more or less severe limits on the right to private property − imposed by public policy and law − as Left-libertarianism does, simply renders the view indistinguishable from what social democrats and welfare statists propose. It reminds one of market socialism, arguably another oxymoron.”

    http://www.thedailybell.com/3862/Tibor-Machan-Left-LibertarianismAn-Oxymoron

  20. 2012 May 9 10:30 pm
    [21]
    Wylie E. Coyote permalink

    “Paper money has had the effect in your state that it will ever have, to ruin commerce, oppress the honest, and open the door to every species of fraud and injustice.”
    – George Washington

  21. 2012 May 10 2:52 am
    [22]
    drdog09 permalink

    18,

    My gosh what kind of MB is the MFR using? Something does not smell right. How often these days do you hear software ‘overheat’?

  22. 2012 May 10 5:53 am
    [24]
    justrand permalink

    I’ve been saying this for years:

    http://www.americanthinker.com/2012/05/learn_from_elizabeth_warren.html

    ANYONE with young kids that were born in the U.S. should encourage them NOW to begin checking the box for “Native American”…they ARE “Native” to America!

    I also like his take on “African-American”, since anthropologists do indeed claim all human species derive from African ancestry!

  23. 2012 May 10 7:41 am
    [25]
    judyt2012 permalink

    I am at least 1/8th American Indian (Chippewa, Huron & Ottawa). My maternal grandfather’s mother was a Native American, except that I think she was originally from a Canadian Indian tribe. Does that still count? Given all of the Indian casino profits I may just have to get my paperwork processed to claim my tribal share.

    My cousin has checked the native American box for a very long time.

  24. 2012 May 10 7:44 am
    [26]
    JustMary permalink

    #25 Schools have gotten wise to that as there is no longer a check box for Native American. At least out here anyway. You have to check a specific tribe and clarify what gives your family such high cheekbones.

Leave a Reply

You must be logged in to post a comment.