Richard Mourdock for Senate

Richard Mourdock

The CatholicVote Super PAC is rolling.

Our focus now is on defeating Senate Republican Richard Lugar in the hotly contested Indiana GOP primary race slated for next Tuesday.

We have only 4 days left!

Can you chip in $5 to help us elect a real pro-life Senator in Indiana?

Not convinced? Ask yourself if Richard Lugar is the kind of Senator you want to see back in the Senate:

  • Senator Lugar voted to approve Justice Sotomayor and Justice Kagan for the Supreme Court.
  • He voted with Sen. Harry Reid to provide taxpayer dollars for embryo-killing stem cell research¬†and refused to support a ban on research using tissue taken from aborted children.
  • And two years ago he refused to join his fellow Senators in a lawsuit challenging Obamacare.

CV is sometimes accused of being a GOP front group. And while we readily admit that we often find ourselves in agreement with many Republicans, their party affiliation means nothing to us.

What does matter is electing REAL leaders that will stand up for the cause of life, faith, family and freedom. We have no problem whatsoever working to defeat Republicans that fail to stand up for what matters most.

That’s why I need your help to push out new radio and Internet ads across Indiana starting tomorrow!

Chip in $5 to retire Lugar now!

Running to replace Sen. Lugar is Richard Mourdock.

Mourdock has served as the State Treasurer and is a dedicated pro-life leader endorsed by Indiana Right to Life.

On May 8, Indiana voters have a chance to retire Dick Lugar and select a strong pro-life voice to represent them in the Senate.

We’re set to launch ads in Indiana encouraging Catholics to go to the polls on May 8 to support Richard Mourdock, a strong champion of the pro-life cause.

Can you chip in $5 real quick to help?

Senator Lugar has been in the United States Senate since 1977 and has not owned a home there since. When he visits his state, he stays in a hotel!

It’s time for some fresh new leadership in Indiana. Help us shake things up and send a new Senator to Washington D.C. by electing Richard Mourdock.

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10 thoughts on “Richard Mourdock for Senate

  1. Buddy says:

    This pathetic reprobate RINO needs the boot! He is a One-World Order kook. As Pres. of the Council on Foreign Relations, he is quick to sale out his country’s sovereignty. He will vote liberal any chance that he can get away with it. Tose him out into the street!

    1. Nathan says:

      For starters, Richard Haass is the president of the Council on Foreign Relations, and he served in both the H.W. and W. Bush Administrations. Hardly a flaming liberal there. Sen. Lugar, however, is the Ranking Member of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee. As a Republican who works in Washington and on foreign affairs, I believe he’s thoughtful and not at all what you say he is.

    2. CJ2 says:

      Buddy,
      It is you that is selling out America. You cannot even write a clear, coherent sentence in English. Learn the language before you post again.

      Oh, and Republican John Danforth said if Mourdock is elected, it will mean that the Republican party has lost its way. It sure has.

  2. Nathan says:

    I’d vote for Lugar. He’s up 20 points on the likely Democrat. Mourdock? Dead heat. I want to win the Senate back. So we’ll get Mourdock, just like we had O’Donnell in Delaware and Angle in Nevada in 2010. Fan-freaking-tastic. Bravo. This guy better win in November, or you did a serious disservice here.

    1. bpeters1 says:

      First, who is the “we” you speak of? From the examples you give (Angle, O’Donnell), it sure sounds like it means the GOP (which only supports the idea that CV.org is perceived as “a GOP front group”). Second, are you aware of who “the likely Democrat” is, and how his own positions line up with the whole of Catholic Social Teaching (including abortion)?

      1. Nathan says:

        The “we” I speak of is the GOP, of which I’m a member. Lugar has scored 100% seven times from NRLC since 1996 and only less than 75% once. Joe Donnelly, with a much shorter record, has only scored 100% once since 2007 and less than 75% twice since 2007. Hardly reliable there in terms of Church teaching. Looks to me if he gets elected, not only is his vote for life not reliable, but Harry Reid would increase his chances of being the first to be recognized on the floor. So even if Donnelly were reliable, it’d go nowhere with Reid dictating the agenda. Ask Joe Manchin.

      2. Randall says:

        “We” are Republicans. There’s no such thing as a Catholic Democrat – to be a Democrat is to support abortion, all Democrats are pro-death so Democrat and Catholic are mutually exclusive. Any good Catholic will vote straight ticket (R) every time, regardless of whose name is next to the R. Defeating liberal Democrats is #1 priority.

        1. bpeters1 says:

          @Randall: Well even if CV.org isn’t declaring itself bound at the hip to the GOP, many of its readers apparently are! And I’m no Democrat, but to say “to be a Democrat is to support abortion, all Democrats are pro-death” is extreme…and rather ignorant. IIRC, right after the Stupak episode, Thomas Peters even refused to agree with this sort of position that you’ve articulated.

  3. bpeters1 says:

    It says above, “CV is sometimes accused of being a GOP front group. And while we readily admit that we often find ourselves in agreement with many Republicans, their party affiliation means nothing to us. What does matter is electing REAL leaders that will stand up for the cause of life, faith, family and freedom. We have no problem whatsoever working to defeat Republicans that fail to stand up for what matters most.” I’d be more likely to doubt the aforementioned accusation if it were another pro-life candidate running against Lugar, namely, Joe Donnelly (a Catholic who pretty well fits the Casey-esque profile described recently here by Mark Strichez: http://www.catholicvote.org/discuss/index.php?p=29748), who was the subject of this post. But I suppose that, in the eyes of many of you, Donnelly’s association with (the imo exaggeratedly and unfairly maligned) Bart Stupak probably outweighs his overall stellar record opposing abortion and his dedication to so many other issues at the heart of Catholic Social Teaching. CV.org will continue to look like “a GOP front group” until the day Thomas, Matt, Tom et al can bring themselves to publicly and vocally support a non-GOPer (not counting libertarians!) other than Dan Lipinksi.

    1. Brian C says:

      Donnely will be the Democratic candidate in the fall election. Mourdock is running against Lugar this week. I haven’t studied these candidates in detail, but if all is true in this post and your comment, then from the perspective of your argument the defeat of Lugar by Mourdock would leave the two best candidates standing for the fall election, and therefore CatholicVote’s support of Mourdock at this time would be appropriate.

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