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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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LukeHandCool | July 26, 2012 at 2:19 pm

Music to my ears.

Heard welcome turncoat Rep. Artur Davis interviewed on Michael Medved’s radio show yesterday while driving to work.

Why hasn’t the media made more of this black, 2008 Obama supporter now becoming a Republican and supporting Romney?

He was very articulate and could be a majore weapon turned on the Dems.

    You haven’t heard about Davis for the same reason you won’t hear from the MSM about NAACP members supporting Romney ( ) — it doesn’t fit the programmed narrative. They’re a marketing arm of the DNC and the Obama campaign, not honest gatekeepers of the news.

      LukeHandCool in reply to Phineas Fahrquar. | July 26, 2012 at 3:37 pm

      I’m afraid you’re right, Mr. Fahrquar.

      I don’t know much about Mr. Davis, but I was impressed not only by his articulateness, but also by what seems to be a first-class temperment … unlike the thin-skinned one who unbelievably received that accolade in 2008.

Wow. Really impressive. Nothing here to disagree with. Bongino for VP!

listingstarboard | July 26, 2012 at 2:50 pm

Bongino is fabulous–unfortunately PGCounty, Baltimore County and Montgomrey County are full of welfare recipients and retired liberals who will vote Dem until they die.

MaggotAtBroadAndWall | July 26, 2012 at 2:50 pm

Tremendous. Hope it goes viral. Unfortunately, only 150 youtube views so far.

Courage is what it is all about and Bongino demonstrated perfectly what it consists of.

I wonder how the the polls are running in MD…

Henry Hawkins | July 26, 2012 at 3:08 pm

How is his name pronounced?

bong EYE no

BONG inno

bon jinno

BON j-eye no

He knows the Truth and can explain it. The Dems will wage all out war to destroy him.

The Democrats have 23 seats up this year (including Sanders and Lieberman) against 10 Republican-held seats.

We do have to pick up some of their current seats as well as hold our own, but to expect us to beat incumbents in the deep blue states of Maryland or New Jersey is dangerous.

People get excited and send money to candidates who have no chance of winning, which means less is available for the races that turn out to be competitive.

We can “lose” the Senate election 19-14 and still take control. The important thing is not spread ourselves too thin.

Some will ask, fairly, “But how can a candidate show they can compete without the resources?” Well, in a limited funding universe, they have to demonstrate it somehow – grassroots excitement, poll movement, their own fundraising – before it is prudent to divert our scare resources to long shot campaigns.

The Cardin family is fairly well entrenched in the Maryland political business, and the Maryland Democratic Party is corrupt. They have been in control for a very long time, and the state is run by a lot of career politicians.

Cardin benefited from an incredibly vicious, racial campaign against black Republican Michael Steel, and around the same time, the Democratic Party scrapped a thoroughly vetted voting system that reported statewide results in 3 hours, spending 90 million dollars on a touch-screen system demonstrably vulnerable to fraud.

All that said, Ben Cardin is a reasonable person who could work with a Republican majority, especially one with a strong strain of TEA Party in it. I’d say Maryland is fortunate in it’s choices for this seat, but the country as a whole is in need of Republican and Independent Senators.

We need some wins right here in Minnesota, but the disgusting Republican party in this State is full of wimps. They’re not supporting or trying to raise money for several of our candidates because they think they “don’t have a chance”. Pathetic.

Like Kurt Bills running for U.S. senate against Amy Klobuchar

And Chris Fields
running against that creep Keith Ellison.

Please check out their sites, and if you feel the urge, please send them money. We’ve got to fight back here in Minnesota, and I’m not ready to throw in the towel just because our stupid Republicans do.

By the way, Kurt Bills was the choice of the Ron Paul people who took over all of our delegate seats. And you know what happened when they realized that Ron Paul had no chance? They either QUIT or they won’t volunteer to support their candidate.
I knew those Paulbots were a bunch of cowards.

TrooperJohnSmith | July 26, 2012 at 4:15 pm

What a guy! Charismatic! Extemporaneous! Passionate!

Can we trade him for Dewhurst?

[…] Bongino Brings His “A” Game Posted at 4:15 on July 26, 2012 by (h/t to Legal Insurrection) For those of you who don’t know, Dan Bongino is running for US Senate in Maryland. He has an […]

If you like that video, you should read what was posted on RedState:  

If you think any Republican has a chance to be elected statewide in Maryland, you’re delusional.

    listingstarboard in reply to JayDick. | July 26, 2012 at 5:59 pm

    JayDick-we are getting dinged for telling it like it is in Maryland. Charles Lollar was another excellent candidate that took on Steny Hoyer–and lost by a wide margin. Republicans don’t have a chance except on the Eastern Shore. The governor of Maryland is most certainly being groomed to run for POTUS as well.

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!)

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

    Henry Hawkins in reply to Jeffrey. | July 26, 2012 at 7:20 pm

    It’s a Catch-22, Jeffrey. You need guys like this to change Illinois into the kind of place to which guys like this might move.

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!

shared on fb, lovely speech – pray he wins!

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