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01:29 AM on 05/10/2012
Dems Blitz 'Extremist' Tea Party Nominee"---I have a wonderful idea for a blitz for this extremist, but of course I will not attempt to divulge that on here.
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vidtrainer110
Fear is the tool of tyrants
12:57 AM on 05/10/2012
It shouldn't be too difficult. Just regurgitate Richard Lugars recent statements.
kmd4excel
A reality check for progressives
06:35 AM on 05/10/2012
So fitting, vid, that you would accuse me of "Fox news 24x7" right under a post where I emphatically stated that I rarely watch Fox. You are a good student of the Alinskyite school of propaganda.

Let's see, my statement was, "The administration told us that if the stimulus passed, UE would not rise above 8.6%". You send me a Politifact piece on a George Will statement on ABC's Sunday show to refute me, and within that piece it said... the administration through Christina Romer issued a report which said... they predicted UE to stay below the 8.6% threshold if the stimulus passed. And I'M distorting? The REALITY, vid, is the administration said it, and then they pushed it on the Sunday news shows. And you know it.

Vid, please don't waste my time any longer; you really are making a fool out of yourself.
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vidtrainer110
Fear is the tool of tyrants
07:18 AM on 05/10/2012
Sorry, but you know better, but it doesn't fit your reality and of course, you are seriously backtracking. I admit though, it is fun pulling your Fox News tail. Hannity, Hannity? That you?
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ohgoodgrief99
Imagine...
12:14 PM on 05/10/2012
Nice try--distracting--diversionary--too much personal stuff though to be taken seriously. FAIL.
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GODZILLA1
06:53 AM on 05/10/2012
Absolutely right!
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oldf-rt
I may be an old fart but I'm a sneaky old fart.
12:50 AM on 05/10/2012
The very fact that the Democrats think it is radical to stand on principles tells me all I need to know about the current state of the Democratic Party.
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LynnW49
"A great democracy must be progressive." TR
01:19 AM on 05/10/2012
The fact that the GOPers voted for someone who has no intention of representing all of his constituents, just those he agrees with, and has stated that he sees "the highlight of politics, frankly, is to inflict my opinion on someone else with a microphone or in front of a camera" says all we need to know about the current state of the Republican Party.
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oldf-rt
I may be an old fart but I'm a sneaky old fart.
01:31 AM on 05/10/2012
Why not! That what the Democratic Senators have been doing for the last six years.
skykam
Out of the office.
04:07 AM on 05/10/2012
No one is saying it's radical to stand on principles. They're simply pointing out his principles are radical. Big difference.
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Edy Kel
12:35 AM on 05/10/2012
This guy certainly does make himself an easy target for the Dems.
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RepublicansAreFail
The first 3 letters of Conservatism spell "CON"
12:13 AM on 05/10/2012
This guy thinks Social Security and Medicare is unconstitutional. Can't get more extremist than that.
03:38 AM on 05/10/2012
Yet another 'prove it.' Prove that entitlement programs are Constitutional.
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RepublicansAreFail
The first 3 letters of Conservatism spell "CON"
03:50 AM on 05/10/2012
They are constitutional because the supreme court said so. Pretty simple huh?
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phoenixdoglover
My dog loves my progressive treats agenda
06:45 AM on 05/10/2012
"The constitutionality of the Social Security Act was settled in a set of Supreme Court decisions issued in May 1937. "  http://www.ssa.gov/history/court.html   There you go.
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FDRliberal
Lighten up Francis
12:05 AM on 05/10/2012
A big shout-out to my pals in the Tea Par-ty....Thanks for making this a seat we can now take away from you...good job...
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FDRliberal
Lighten up Francis
12:03 AM on 05/10/2012
Great news. Another good efforts by Dems. Lets show this guy for what he is - an extrem1st radical whose views are essentially anti-American
skykam
Out of the office.
04:01 AM on 05/10/2012
== Lets show this guy for what he is - an extrem1st radical whose views are essentially anti-American ==

Or as is more commonly known: Modern day republican.
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l78lancer
Wisdom is the principal thing
11:47 PM on 05/09/2012
Lugar was anything but a moderate. He was pretty far right. However, he had a willingness and desire at times so get a few things done. The notion that he voted with Obama too much is pure fiction designed by Jim DeMint and the Tea Party to undermine him. He may have been out of touch and had a residency issue, voters could have reined him in. Mourdock is a clown and an embarrassment. He has alienated people in the senate and he hasn't even won the seat.

Indiana has done itsself a disservice.
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rudyg43
2014 Mid-term is a coming!
11:46 PM on 05/09/2012
It is a given, Richard Mourdock is an extremist! Mourdock was and is backed by the TEA party, who have forced Boehner into confrontational stances he cannot control. The Treacherous Egotistical Activist(TEA) are dead-set on making Obama a one term president at all costs. The Toxic Errant Agnostics(TEA) say the want limited interference from the government, but reject women's health care issues. Dick Lugar warned of Troubling Economic AntagonistsĀ­(TEA) party controls of local and state level monies, decision making, infrastructure control and budgetary failures for American children. November will tell the tale. Terroristic Economic Antagonist(TEA) selectively enforce federal laws, regulation and requirements to their wanting and not the needs of everyday American. Inclusion of all American, no matter what their race, color or creed must be maintained and not abridged by any extremist group. Encroachment on another's freedoms smacks of further segregation on yet another level, just like Hispanics/Latinos, black, Islamist and many other groups. When states abridge or amend state laws to counter federal laws without input from the general public or making it a referendum, they have stepped over the line.
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canon940
Christ is the Answer
11:32 PM on 05/09/2012
Man, the liberals are all upset now that the Tea Party has started throwing the Republican RINO's out of office as we promised we would do. A sign of things to come. The Democrat senators now know their days are numbered and are in a panic.

We SAID we would take back the House. We ARE throwing the old RINO's out of office. We WILL take back the Senate and the White House in November.
skykam
Out of the office.
04:04 AM on 05/10/2012
Liberals love an intelligent debate. They're upset you're purging your party of intelligence as they'll have no one left from an opposing party to debate intelligently with.
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canon940
Christ is the Answer
10:17 AM on 05/10/2012
Get real...........
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ninthraphael
i have my god! He/she doesn't look like yours!
07:05 AM on 05/10/2012
on the contrary we're so happy that the tea party people are throwing the rinos out..ha ha ha...in fact we're having a party tonight! wanna join?
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canon940
Christ is the Answer
10:30 AM on 05/10/2012
Celebrate while you can my friend. You most definitely will not be celebrating in November
We SAID that we would take bact the House. We ARE throwing the RINO's out of office. We ARE passing anti-gay marriage laws. We WILL take back the Senate and the White House in November.
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l78lancer
Wisdom is the principal thing
11:32 PM on 05/09/2012
Mourdock = Lightening Rod
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2Patriotic4U
IN GOD WE TRUST!
11:25 PM on 05/09/2012
Yep! The Liberals are running scared, as they well should be.
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l78lancer
Wisdom is the principal thing
11:32 PM on 05/09/2012
...of what?
skykam
Out of the office.
04:05 AM on 05/10/2012
sheer stupidity. I gotta admit I find it frightening.
08:33 AM on 05/10/2012
Reality.
11:50 PM on 05/09/2012
What patriotic American does not fear that our very system of government is threatened by rigid, uncompromising rightwing extremist bullies who refuse to recognize they represent ALL of their constituents?
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toddnjean
Owner/Operator Todd & Sons Orchards
11:22 PM on 05/09/2012
Vote all republicans out come November will end gridlock.
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maximumride
11:03 PM on 05/09/2012
while i am not a proponent of gays getting married and adopting children, i am baffled as to why the gop insist gays are destroying marriage. we heterosexuals are doing a good job of that without any help from gays or anybody else: more children are born out of wedlock than in wedlock. about 1/2 of all marriages end in divorce.
from what i see n the news, couples today have no idea what it takes to make a marriage endure to the end. i see selfishness. greed, and people consumed with their careers at the expense of their marriages. i also see couples spending $$$ on a wedding when the marriage, not the wedding is what is the most important. until heterosexuals get their acts together, marriages are in trouble. and lets not forget, the gop are only thinking of white heterosexual marriages. everybody else be d__d! they want pink cheeked, chubby ayran babies born in wedlock. end of story.
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Try the truth
Reality has aļ»æ well known liberal bias
11:36 PM on 05/09/2012
Nobodies asking folks to be proponents, the gop has a bunch of busybodies that screech about freedom, sad thing is, freedom to them means, they should have the freedom to force others to live the way they think everyone should, by their rules and morals! As for those pink cheeked babies, they want them born even if it kills the mother! They want those numbers ti increase! Scary aren't they?
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Dave Furry
Hate is NOT a family value
11:02 PM on 05/09/2012
It is incredible that the people of Indiana actually voted for this guy. Lugar is a republican I can respect, I may not agree with him much, but he is about the last of the true statesmen. He was not afraid to work with Democrats for the benefit of the country. This crazy person that won carries the term 'extremist' to a new low. Maybe he needs to get rid of the Dept of Education so nobody will be able to see how crazy he really is.