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    Dan Bongino in a great interview with the Daily Caller

    Dan Bongino in a great interview with the Daily Caller

    If you have time to watch the entire interview, I encourage you to do so. It offers an in-depth look into Bongino’s policy positions and personal philosophy.

    If you’re in a rush I recommend starting at 9:27, where Bongino address the question of class warfare and the President’s divisive rhetoric.

    That 1% is never the same people. It’s not, there’s no such thing as the 1%. It’s not a homogenous class. He has to get you, at a deep, visceral level, to hate those people. So that when he says: they did it,” you believe it. When he drives home in a BMW and you’re in a Buick you say “I need to take the tires off his car and put them on mine because he took them from me.”

    That is not the way economics works, it is not a zero sum game. That value added to society was not something he took from you.

    Having received some high profile endorsements, such as those from the Senate Conservative Fund and Sarah Palin, Bongino’s fundraising numbers are up. However, despite these encouraging signs, Bongino has still only raised about half as much as his incumbent opponent.

    With fewer than 50 days until election day, you can help Bongino flip the long-held Democratic Senate seat by donating to his campaign here.

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    Conservative BRILLIANCE!!! We need this guy.

    He’s definitely one of the bright spots for the GOP, and it’s a shame that he’s stuck in the People’s Republic. One of the reasons that he has not raised a lot of money is that Karl Rove – you know, the genius architect who is the smartest man in politics – has decreed that he is not worthy of financial support, so he’s been left to fend for himself. Cardin is one of the biggest zilches in the Senate and Bongino could have a legitimate shot to win, but unfortunately the smart set decided before the race even began that it’s just not worth the effort.

    kobayashi | September 17, 2012 at 1:58 pm

    Done. He has my vote.

    MaggotAtBroadAndWall | September 17, 2012 at 2:51 pm

    Talking economic conservative principles comes naturally to him. He comes off as genuine and authentic. The interview was about 20 minutes and he did not mention a word about abortion or gay marriage – which I assume is intentional considering Maryland has a reputation for being a pretty liberal state. If that interivew is indicative of how he’s run his whole campaign, he’s probably given himelf the best chance of winning.

    If only he were running in a state in the midwest or deep south, he’d probably be a shoe in to win.

    I am dismayed that the Republican establishment is not behind this exceptional candidate. I have contributed, but I am beginning to fear that it is for nought.

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