As a lifelong Democrat, I am proud to admit that I often voted for Sen. Dick Lugar, even if I disagreed with some of his positions on the issues. His decency and professionalism had me pleased that he represented Indiana well on the national stage.
Richard Mourdock is an honest Indiana resident with a state history of reliable management skills. Our successful 529 college savings plan is one of his accomplishments.
When Richard Mourdock “apologized” for saying that pregnancies resulting from rape are a “gift from God” he showed — once again — Republicans refuse to take responsibility for their words or their policies.
If God intended that a woman become pregnant as a result of a rape, did God also intend for a man to kill his entire family during a domestic dispute, or for a drunk driver to kill an entire family on the road, or for a mentally disturbed person to shoot and kill others at a school, politica…
I have seen several interviews and quotes of Richard Mourdock that demonstrate his goal of never compromising with Democrats.
A question for Richard Mourdock: Why are you running for U. S. senator? You believe that government is not the solution but only the problem. Integrity suggests corporation work is where you believe the real solutions to societal problems lie.
Richard Mourdock’s comment on the front page May 10 exhibits the worst of partisanship, arrogance and intolerance.
When President Barack Obama announced his two liberal Supreme Court nominees, Sen. Dick Lugar immediately declared his support for them, long before their Senate confirmation hearings began. (Lugar was the first Republican to declare for Sonia Sotomayor; the second for Elena Kagan.)
U.S. Sen. Dick Lugar is desperate to hold onto power. His misleading attacks are harming his reputation as an honorable statesman. He criticizes Richard Mourdock for having run for office 11 times; Lugar himself has had 36 years in the Senate. How much more time does he need?
WASHINGTON | Democratic U.S. Rep. Joe Donnelly will announce Monday that he is seeking the Indiana Senate seat currently held by Republican Sen. Dick Lugar, two Democrats with firsthand knowledge of Donnelly's plans said.
INDIANAPOLIS (AP) - Indiana state Treasurer Richard Mourdock will challenge longtime U.S. Sen. Richard Lugar in next year's Republican primary.
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