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Anti Gun RINO Dick Lugar to be voted out by Indiana voters

Jim Campbell, Citizen Journalist

Really Dick, nobody like a suck up, didn’t you learn that by the end of the first grade?  Apparently not so say goodbye to all your buds, you are going home.

Go quietly into the night senator, you’re rooting for the other team is not going to fly any longer.   A big heads up to Diane Feinstein, your hypocritical position on gun ownership is about to come back and bite you in the butt.  Too Wrong and Too Long for CA.  Elizabeth Emken for US. Senate in 2012.

That’s my story and I’m sticking to it, I’m J.C. and I approve this message.

Do you even need to ask if Lugar voted to confirm Sotomayor and Kagan?

“Senate’s Most Anti-gun Republican in Trouble in Indiana,” a May 5 Gun Owners of America email alert advised.

“The most anti-gun Republican in the U.S. Senate, Dick Lugar, recently fell ten points behind in the polls to 100% gun rights supporter Richard Mourdock,” GOA reported in anticipation of tomorrow’s primary.

While encouraging news, it’s by no means a shoe-in for the challenger. Gun Rights Examiner warned against apathy and inaction allowing Lugar to retain his seat in a March column, citing the need for grassroots Indiana gun owner activism to ensure ousting the incumbent and replacing him with a friend. 

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Shockingly, grassroots support for RINOs evaporates, leaving Dick Lugar grasping at straws (and Leftists)

The Doug Ross Journal

Comment by Jim Campbell, Citizen Journalist

This is not going to be the year of the RINO, those who share the moniker will be targeted for extinction.  See Rid Congress of RINO’s.

Lugar, the great compromiser doesn’t understand that this is war.  There is no compromise in war unless you plan to lose.

Unfortunately the mirror, mirror on the wall who’s the biggest RINO of them all, Ms. Lindsey Graham won’t be going down until 2014.  I plan to see that it happens.

That’s my story and I’m sticking to it, I’m J.C. and I approve this message.

Four days before the GOP primary, six-term incumbent Dick Lugar (R-IN) is in serious trouble, trailing Tea Party favorite Richard Mourdock by 10 points. Lugar, in his desperation to cling to power, has now turned to insulting Republicans and begging Democrats for support.


But, if he loses the primary, perhaps Lugar can run in the general as a democrat

The leftward drift of Democrats in the past couple of decades makes compromise increasingly untenable. Whatever basis there remained for genuine bipartisanship in Congress died during the second Bush term. The 2006 election brought into office a crowd of Democrats beholden to the far left, demanding radical measures on every issue from gay rights to global warming to health care. This was bad news for the Arlen Specter/Mike Castle type of “centrist” Republicans, just as it was for the Rick Boucher/Barron Hill type of “Blue Dog” Democrats, who were all but wiped out in 2010.

Liberal media types, always sympathetic to GOP moderates, like to portray the primary defeats of guys like Lugar as indicative of right-wing extremism among the Republican electorate, but the exact opposite it true: The problem is that the Democratic Party’s agenda is now so extreme that any Republican who tries to compromise with the opposition ends up embracing policies rejected by common-sense GOP primary voters.
Worse still, the establishment GOP — the pretend conservatives like Eric Cantor — have spent significant dollars trying to shore up Lugar’s support. Why? Because they appear to be so out-of-touch with mainstream America and so addicted to power, that they have become infected with the same disease that has poisoned so many politicians.

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John Boehner has always been a RINO..He Caves on the “Super Committee” It may be hello Speaker Bachmann

The Town Crier

When John Boehner is took it from the Democrats, forgetting that we won and they lost he proved to be the the weeping, spineless RINO, he’s always been!
Mark Steyn: “No, I don’t. I don’t, to be honest. I think John Boehner has been an incredible disappointment. I think John Boehner has basically climbed into the Bob Dole suit, and I think they misunderstand the lessons of the 2010 election, which is that the Tea Party chose to work within the diseased husk of the Republican Party it loathes.

And it still hasn’t forgiven for 2006 and 2008. So for the Republicans to demonstrate that hey, we’re back to 2006 again, except on Obama-level spending, is not a good idea. We need Republicans to at least take the lead in broadening public discourse. This country is broke. It’s the brokest country in the history of the planet. And the idea of arguing over itsy-bitsy, half a billion here andLink half a billion there, and continuing resolutions staggering forward every ten days, is preposterous. It’s inadequate to the task. It’s inadequate for the challenge facing America.”

RINOs Of The Week: Rep. Jim Kasper And Rep. George Keiser

Thanks you Mr. Port, you are bringing names to the forefront that many people did not know who hide in the Republican Party and must be thrown out and replaced with fiscal conservatives.  A RINO doesn’t get it and never will.

Back during North Dakota’s regular legislative session we had a little feature on the blog called “RINO of the Week.” It’s where we pointed out legislators who had gotten a bit off track from conservative principles.

We here at SAB figured that the special session should be no different. So after a week of wrangling down in Bismarck, I hereby award the special session’s RINO of the Week award to…two people. Rep. Jim Kasper and Rep. George Keiser.



During the regular session the issue of a state-level health care exchanged, mandated by Obamacare, was sent to an interim study committee on which both of these men served. They produced bills to create the exchanges which would have bloated our state government by over 50 full time employees and cost tens of millions of state and federal tax dollars.

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Rick Perry’s Islamist Ties

The New American

by Daniel Sayani  

Texas Governor and Republican presidential hopeful Rick Perry is no stranger to controversy. Perry’s record as Governor is marred by numerous instances of increased taxation, lackluster job growth, and fiscal impropriety and outright corruption, all tied together by a common ethos of fiscal liberalism, Keynesian economics, and statism — a desire for increased governmental power

Not the right stuff?  You decide.


While Perry’s economic record and association with the Bilderberg Group ought to be of legitimate concern to true conservatives, another aspect of his record must also be scrutinized:

his associations with the Islamist Aga Khan Foundation, which has been linked to incendiary anti-American and anti-Western rhetoric and has been identified as a source of funding to numerous terror groups.

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