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    Dan Bongino – the speech that should launch him to victory

    Dan Bongino – the speech that should launch him to victory

    We have written before about Dan Bongino, running for Senate in Maryland against incumbent Ben Cardin.

    We have to win some races which are not expected. With speeches like this one (h/t Tamminator in Tip Line), Bongino could ignite a spark that achieves the unexpected.

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    Thanks so much for featuring Dan!!
    Pronunciation: Bon-gee-no 🙂
    He’s truly fantastic, it’s an honor to be on his team. Yes, I’m incredibly biased, but I tell people, talk to the man for 60 seconds, and you’ll understand why his groundforce has grown exponentially. I truly believe we have a real shot at winning this, the poll numbers are looking better and better. Please consider showing your support, even if it’s just reposting and getting the name out there. Thanks again!

      Henry Hawkins in reply to wellfonder. | July 26, 2012 at 7:19 pm

      Thanks for the pronunciation. I have family and business contacts in Maryland to lobby on Bongino’s behalf. (And who gave me a dislike for asking how to pronounce a candidate’s name? Tough room!)

    Jeffrey | July 26, 2012 at 6:42 pm

    How do we get guys like this to move to illinois?

    HarrietHT | July 26, 2012 at 10:07 pm

    Fabulous speech. I stopped it at the 7-and-a-half-minute mark to make this comment: Bongino used the word monopoly. MONOPOLY. It used to be in this country that there were laws against monopolies, anti-trust laws, court orders to break up monopolies. These days the Fat Heads in Washington — these, our “public SERVANTS,” mind you — want to form their own monopolies and then demand that we put up or shut up.

    They’re about to get the biggest kick in the pants ever!

    JDmyrm | July 27, 2012 at 12:20 am

    shared on fb, lovely speech – pray he wins!

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