Well there’s your problem, Dick.

reported a statement given by losing 6 term Republican Senator Dick Lugar, from last night,

“In effect, what [Mourdock] has promised in this campaign is reflexive votes for a rejectionist orthodoxy and rigid opposition to the actions and proposals of the other party,” Lugar said in a statement released to the Evansville Courier and Press. “His answer to the inevitable roadblocks he will encounter in Congress is merely to campaign for more Republicans who embrace the same partisan outlook. He has pledged his support to groups whose prime mission is to cleanse the Republican party of those who stray from orthodoxy as they see it.”

Rejectionist orthodoxy
If Lugar was talking about rejecting the founders, or rejecting the constitution, that phrase could be used against the Democrats, but he was talking about rejection of Democrat party policy. He said that Mourdock, a Republican, intends to reject Democrat party policy.

Rigid opposition
As if there is such a thing as soft opposition. Lugar didn’t see the Democrat party as his opposition.

Partisan outlook
Tell me, what is the purpose of belonging to a party if you are non-partisan or bi-partisan? Either you believe in the party platform, or you don’t, and if you don’t, don’t join the party.

The three phrases Lugar used shows how very out of touch he is, and here’s to the great people of Indiana who chose wisely to primary him.

Lugar is opposed to what Mourdock intends to do, which is start the ball rolling for more conservatives to join congress. In fact, you could say that Lugar rejects the founders philosophy and stands in rigid opposition to a conservative outlook.

There’s your problem, Dick.

Watch Mourdock’s full victory speech .

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