Indiana's Richard Mourdock not ruling out another run for office after loss in US Senate race

Feb 17, 2013 Full story: The Washington Post 37

In this Tuesday, Nov. 6, 2012, file photo, Republican Richard Mourdock, a candidate for Indiana's U.S. Senate, pauses as he speaks to supporters at an Indiana Republican Party, in Indianapolis.

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TUBBY

Owensboro, KY

#22 Feb 18, 2013
Gary wrote:
Another pro-rape Republican?
Was this moron one of the transvaginals?
They didn't do too well in the last election.
I hope he does run again. This is good news for democrats.

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#23 Feb 18, 2013
Cat74 wrote:
Now that this guy has shown his true colors he could never get re elected to anything again. Indiana is usually more careful in choosing their candidates. I don't think a Democrat should be so High and Mighty with a habitual liar for President, and an old drunk for vice president.
Sometimes the hubris is on the side of you wingnuts. You did vote for Bush, a guy with both drinking and drugging history, along with his mindless lying, all in one empty vessel.
I don't know about Cheney's drinking habits, but he was hollow enough to hold a tubful of Jack Daniels.

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#24 Feb 18, 2013
tha Professor wrote:
HE may run, but will Repubs be dumb enough to SUPPORT the clown?
I'm guessing they won't toss good money after bad.
It could be part of the Republican suicide pact.

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#25 Feb 18, 2013
sickofit wrote:
Murdock is an idiot and a racist bigot. We need TRUE Conservatives not his nazi kind.
"True" conservatives ARE the Nazi kind.
sickofit

Owatonna, MN

#26 Feb 18, 2013
Lawrence Wolf wrote:
<quoted text>"True" conservatives ARE the Nazi kind.
No....The neocons are the nazi kind. REAL conservatives hate nazi pigs.

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#27 Feb 18, 2013
sickofit wrote:
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No....The neocons are the nazi kind. REAL conservatives hate nazi pigs.
"Real" conservatives also care about the needy, but won't give a dime to help them.
sickofit

Owatonna, MN

#28 Feb 18, 2013
Lawrence Wolf wrote:
<quoted text>"Real" conservatives also care about the needy, but won't give a dime to help them.
Then why do most who vote conservative give twice if not triple as much to charity???

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#29 Feb 18, 2013
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Then why do most who vote conservative give twice if not triple as much to charity???
Try dissecting the charities. Most charity donations by conservatives are religion-related. If you would seperate out the charities that go toward helping the needy, you'd see who gives more.

That said, I don't mean to suggest that all donations given to religious-based charities are useless. Years ago, I had the privilege to work with Catholic Charities. And it was a privilege. These were some kind and gentle people doing a lot of good. I considered them true Cristians, not the more frequent bigoted bozos who cloak themselves in the Bible to hide their intolerance toward others.
Billy Ringo

Rego Park, NY

#30 Feb 18, 2013
OUTSTANDING !!!!!!!!!!

Mourdock is a fine, fine candidate.

LMAO !!!!!!!!!!
Dickweed

Santa Rosa Beach, FL

#31 Feb 18, 2013
Cat74 wrote:
Now that this guy has shown his true colors he could never get re elected to anything again. Indiana is usually more careful in choosing their candidates. I don't think a Democrat should be so High and Mighty with a habitual liar for President, and an old drunk for vice president.
That's a shame.
You started off making sense there, then trotted off to kookoo land.
DENG

Nanjing, China

#32 Feb 20, 2013
ELECT THE COMMUNISTS IN THE UNITED STATES AS THEY KNOW HOW TO CREATE JOBS AND PROSECUTE THE MILLIONS OF WAR CRIMINALS THERE
Robert

Douglasville, GA

#33 Feb 20, 2013
Will be a good test for republicans to see how they react to his running again.
TUBBY

Owensboro, KY

#34 Feb 20, 2013
Cat74 wrote:
Now that this guy has shown his true colors he could never get re elected to anything again. Indiana is usually more careful in choosing their candidates. I don't think a Democrat should be so High and Mighty with a habitual liar for President, and an old drunk for vice president.
You're confused, right. Surely you meant the republicans with both bush and cheney being habitual liars. I looked up liars in the dictionary and it had a colored photo of these 2 republican bastards that lied to congress and to all of us in order to start a war that killed 4000 of our young men and women in uniform. Now there is your damn liars.
Keely

Evansville, IN

#35 Feb 20, 2013
Mourdock is a hack. All he has ever done is continually run for office. Hopefully, this last election debacle took care of him ever getting elected for any office.

Both political parties are the problem. They have lost focus on addressing the problems in this country. It's all about lining their own pockets at the expense of everyone else.

Term limits, Term limits, Term limits.
Keely

Evansville, IN

#36 Feb 20, 2013
Lawrence Wolf wrote:
<quoted text>Try dissecting the charities. Most charity donations by conservatives are religion-related. If you would seperate out the charities that go toward helping the needy, you'd see who gives more.
That said, I don't mean to suggest that all donations given to religious-based charities are useless. Years ago, I had the privilege to work with Catholic Charities. And it was a privilege. These were some kind and gentle people doing a lot of good. I considered them true Cristians, not the more frequent bigoted bozos who cloak themselves in the Bible to hide their intolerance toward others.
Beautifully stated.

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#37 Mar 2, 2013
Mourdock is a Patriot.

Mourdock saved the Gun Owner and the American Worker from Lugar. The NRA and anti-illegals already won. America will survive 6 years of Donnelly.

"No matter which Party wins in November, the Indiana Senate seat now held by Richard Lugar should produce far better immigration actions in the future.

Democrat primary winner Joe Donnelly has a B+ Career immigration grade in the U.S. House."

"Freshman Democratic Sen. Joe Donnelly is opposing a ban on assault weapons sought by President Barack Obama."

Joe Donnelly was the most conservative Democrat on the ticket.

I remember 1994, when both Indiana senators (who were both Republicans) supported the ban on so-called "assault weapons." This time around, there seems to be a lot less support across the whole political spectrum. "

"I think Sen. Coats is maturing with experience (especially the experience of watching Sen. Lugar get defeated). "
charly

Princeton, IN

#38 May 14, 2013
smart guy

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