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Tea Party Like It's 1976

Most Republican eyes are on the upcoming Wisconsin June recall election and the fates of Scott Walker and Rebecca Kleefisch, but two other races to watch carefully are the primaries of Senators Dick Lugar of Indiana and Orrin Hatch of Utah. Both men were born in the 1930s and have been in the Senate since 1976. If the GOP is to have a future as a conservative party, it’s time for them to go.
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Wisconsin’s Walker and Kleefisch enter homestretch

US Politics / Conservative : Legal Insurrection (2 years ago)

Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker (R) will face Milwaukee Mayor Tom Barrett (D) in the general recall election on June 5, 2012, after both won primary recall elections in their respective parties. Walker previously defeated Barrett in... Read Post

Yes, the Tea Party Mattered

US Politics / Conservative : NRO: The Corner (2 years ago)

Early successes by primary challengers for two Republican Senate incumbents, Dick Lugar in Indiana and Orrin Hatch in Utah, have reminded the country that the Tea Party still represents an important force. But as with many political... Read Post

THE TEA PARTY IS ALIVE: Insurgent Conservative Is Crushing Establishment GOP Senator Dick Lugar

Politics : Business Insider: Politix (2 years ago)

For proof that the Tea Party can still influence a Republican election, take a look at the incredible situation going on in the Indiana Republican race for a U.S. Senate seat. Introducing Richard Mourdock, the Indiana State Treasure... Read Post


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