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The future of the Republican Party is about to be decided in Indiana.
In a primary that’s garnering national media attention, grassroots-backed conservative Richard Mourdock faces off against six-term, incumbent moderate Sen. Dick Lugar on May 8th.
Mourdock has been endorsed by FreedomWorks for America—the political arm of FreedomWorks and the national conservative organization I chair. He’s also been endorsed by Sarah Palin, the National Rifle Association, Indiana Right-to-Life, and over three-fourths of the GOP county commissioners in Indiana.
Lugar is no doubt a respected man, but as a politician he has revealed numerous liberal tendencies during his 36-year tenure in the Senate. Isn’t it time we had TRUE fiscal conservatives in Washington? Please click here now to support TRUE fiscal conservative Richard Mourdock!
We don’t have much time. Will the Republican Party be restored to its vision of constitutionally limited government, free markets, and individual liberty—the vision of our Founders—or will it continue to send establishment lifers—like Lugar—who disappoint us once in Washington?
Mourdock will restore America to the vision of our Founders! Please donate right now to support Mourdock!
In Lugar’s case, he never really came back from Washington after Hoosiers sent him there in 1976. In 1977, Dick Lugar sold his Indiana home and bought a new home in McLean, Virginia—just outside the Beltway of DC. When Lugar “goes back” to Indiana, he stays in a hotel.
And all that time in Washington has changed Dick Lugar. Lugar voted to bailout Wall Street (TARP), bailout auto companies, and bailout insurance giants Fannie and Freddie. He voted to raise the debt ceiling an astonishing 16 times to the tune of $7.5 trillion—half our National Debt. In 2006, Dick Lugar even cosponsored a “green” energy subsidy with then-Senator Barack Obama!
Meanwhile, Richard Mourdock made a successful career in the private sector operating businesses in both the energy and construction industries. As Treasurer of Indiana, Mourdock fought the Obama administration all the way to the Supreme Court to stop the auto bailout. Richard Mourdock is the future of the Republican Party, a fresh and dependable conservative voice for our nation. Please click here right now and support Mourdock!
Dick Armey Chairman of FreedomWorks
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VOTE TEA PARTY ENDORSED CANDIDATES
- Dick Lugar’s Voting Record (cincinnatipoliticalactivism.wordpress.com)
- It’s starting to look over for Dick Lugar (salon.com)
- Grover Norquist to endorse Mourdock after Lugar rejects no-tax pledge (abcnews.go.com)
- Another conservative anti-Lugar endorsement (theblaze.com)