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We Are Libertarians – 026: Election Results, Petraus, Ron Paul’s Legacy

The guys discuss the election results, why Mitt lost, why Mourdock lost, why Petraus resigned, why did an FBI agent send shirtless photos?, what  Ron Paul leaves behind, and what will the libertarian movement do now? Creighton also reads his awesome message to Ron Paul supporters in the third half hour.

This is our last podcast of 2012. We are going to take a hiatus to build a new website and to get settled in a new studio. Stay tuned to http://www.wearelibertarians.com to get updates on what’s next!

Indiana Education Reform: Who Got a Mandate?

The 2012 election is now a few days behind us.

Time To Separate Mythology From Politics

GO VOTE!!

That is all. Just do it. Educate yourself on your options and VOTE!

LPIN Podcast Season 2 – 016: Judge Jim Gray

LP Vice Presidential Candidate Judge Jim Gray speaks to the LPIN podcast.

LPIN Podcast Season 2 – 015: Local Bloggers Jon Easter and Paul Ogden Discuss Libertarians, Blogging, and Civility

Local Bloggers Jon Easter (Indy Democrat) and Paul Ogden (Ogden on Politics) discuss Libertarians, blogging, and civility in politics. They explain what they like about Libertarians, where they can grow, how we all can work together, what blogs they follow, and how to write a local political blog.

We Are Libertarians – 025: Sandy, Charity, Abortion, and Tuesday

The guys discuss Sandy, private charity and FEMA, Mourdock’s abortion comments, and other election related issues.

LPIN Podcast Season 2 – 015: New County Chairs

Paul Gable of Shelby County and Travis Weik of Henry County describe what it is like to start a county party, and what Rupert’s campaign has done for the Libertarian Party of Indiana.

LPIN Podcast Season 2 – 014: Jeremiah Morrell for House District 54

Jeremiah Morrell, House District 54, on his run for office.

Can Mourdock Survive?

The simple answer is no.

By now you’ve heard the quote, probably many, many times, from Richard Mourdock last night about pregnancies from rape. A gaffe? Perhaps. A career killer? Maybe. A campaign ender? Almost definitely.

This comment might have not had an incredible impact on the outcome of the election if it had happened a couple months ago. Even horrible statements have a tendency to be mostly forgotten by the voting masses if there’s enough time for them to fade.

For Mourdock’s statement, though, that’s simply not the case. There’s now just 13 days before the election. There’s no way the voters are going to be forgetting about this one. Even IF they could, there’s even less of a chance that Donnelly and the Democrats would let them.

Not that I think the voters should forget it.

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