Friday, May 4, 2012

Mourdock Vs Lugar Is Foretaste Of Palin Vs GOP Establishment 2016


The Indiana GOP Senate primary race is a perfect metaphor for the eventual Palin versus the GOP establishment battle commencing two years into Obama's second term.


With Romney out of the way and whomever he chooses as his doomed running mate discredited by the association and loss the stage will be set for the last gasp of the Beltway republicans efforts to foist RINO's on the rank and file.


The country club elite will have a hard task in the first place as they will have to explain why their last two choices lost but they will have a major asset to try and overcome that disability. 


Their candidate Jeb Bush will have all the elite support and money and will still be formidable. What he won't have is the mass backing of the great  body of ordinary conservative folks who will want a genuine conservative.


What he also won't have is the crowd pulling adoration and the ability to change elections/bring in the down ticket on coattails as Palin is, once again, showing  with her Indian support of Mourdock.

From; Conservatives4Palin

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New Poll: Mourdock Surges To 10-Point Lead Over Lugar









Despite the latest efforts of the establishment to marginalize Governor Palin and her supporters, a new poll seems to contradict the message behind their mission.
Around the same day of Governor Palin’s endorsement of Mourdock, a previous poll revealed that Mourdock was ahead by five points.  Even Lugar rejected the results and questioned its validity.
After the Palin-effect kicked in and despite McCain’s last minute attempt to come to Lugar’s rescue, a new poll released shows Mourdock doubling his 5 point lead to 10 points within a matter of days.
A new poll shows Treasurer Richard Mourdock building a commanding lead over Sen. Richard Lugar.
The Howey/DePauw Indiana Battleground Poll, conducted by two prominent Republican and Democratic pollsters, shows Mourdock with a 48 percent to 38 percent lead over Lugar.

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