"A wise and frugal government which shall restrain men
from injuring one another, which shall leave them otherwise free to regulate their own pursuits of industry and improvement, and shall not take from the mouth of labor the bread it has earned. This is the sum of good government."
(Thomas Jefferson)

Wednesday, May 2, 2012

This ad from Indiana Republican Senate candidate, Richard Mourdock, asys it all:

Email from Candidate Mourdock:
I think Michelle Malkin put it best when she wrote on Monday that this campaign was "Richard Mourdock vs the Establishment." But Ms. Malkin got one thing wrong- this campaign isn't about me, it's about US. It's about US vs the Establishment and we are winning. Three weeks ago, we were down 6 points. Now, two polls show us LEADING Senator Lugar by as many as 5 points! (Politico, 4/26/12). 
With six days left, I need your help to win this race. 
And this last week Sarah Palin joined the American Conservative Union, the NRA, Club for Growth, and the Family Research Council in supporting OUR campaign. They are uniting behind our campaign against Lugar, who MSNBC calls "Barack Obama's Favorite Republican." 
/s/ Richard Mourdock
Conservatives in Indiana stand a good chance today to have Conservative Congressman Mike Pence running for Governor and Conservative Richard Mourdock running for the US Senate from Indiana.  It is time that Indiana sends Lugar back to his DC area home for good as he cannot even vote in IN as he doesn't live there.  At 80 years old, the moderate Lugar needs to retire.  Indiana is not a moderate state and time for it rejoin the conservative coalition of states.

A win by Mourdock could signal that the establishment is going to have trouble taking over the Republican Party in Senate races and tossing out Conservatives.  One step at a time.  If you can spare a dime, please send to Mourdock at the link above and let's show the establishment they are in for a fight in the Senate races.  While the establishment brings in their big money men for Lugar, believe we can win with a lot of small donors investing in the Mourdock campaign.

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