IN Gov Mike Pence on the way out.

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  1. church mouse guy

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    In a recent poll, 54% of Hoosiers said that they disapprove of Indiana Gov. Mike Pence and only a third of Hoosiers said that they would vote to re-elect Pence.

    The Hoosier Governor lost public respect for his collapse in favor of the LGBT community on religious freedom while at the same time losing the support of the LGBT community for his collapse on the issue in their favor. Pence supported changes which seem to force people to comprise their freedom of conscience to serve a sodomite. The City of Indianapolis is full of yard signs saying, "Pence must go."

    In a curious twist, Indianapolis Mayor Greg Ballard ended up as the Grand Marshall of last week's gay pride parade in downtown Indianapolis, which will probably end Ballard's career also as Indianapolis is rapidly becoming a Democrat town. Ballard probably lost whatever support he had among the statewide GOP. Ballard was already retiring as mayor of Indy and mayor of Indy has been a dead-end job for a string of previous mayors.

    In another curious twist, former county prosecutor Greg Garrison (he convicted Mike Tyson of rape) got into a scuffle when he went into a person's yard to rip up a "Pence must go" sign. That sort of teenage stuff marked Garrison as dubious as a local radio talk-show host.

    Pence, who was a congressman for several years, seems to have divided his own party and opened the door for a lot of otherwise hopeless Democrat candidates. It is rumored that former Indiana Gov. Mitch Daniels, now President of Purdue University, dislikes Pence and has caused Pence a lot of this trouble.

    Another problem that the Hoosier GOP has is to decide upon a candidate for the US Senate to replace Dan Coats. It may be that the GOP Senate candidate will win while the GOP gubernatorial candidate will lose. It seems certain that Evan Bayh's close friend Democrat Joe Hogsett will be the next mayor of Indy and that Ballard will be the last ever GOP mayor of Indy.

    http://www.indystar.com/story/news/...ed-with-bad-news-for-gov-mike-pence/28855597/
     
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    Are you predicting that Indianapolis will go the way of Chicago, Baltimore, Philadelphia, etc.?
     
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    Yes, I think that Indianapolis will go liberal and follow in the footsteps of Chicago, Baltimore, Philadelphia and all the rest of the Democrat pits.

    Downtown Indianapolis is inhabited by LGBTs; Islamist Andre Carson is the Congressman for Indianapolis and he hangs out with the Muslim Brotherhood and their ilk. The average wage in Indianapolis is $9.50.
     
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    Same sort of a thing happened in Minnesota. The Republicans controlled both houses of the legislature. Instead of focusing on jobs, education, and health care they went all in on getting a marriage amendment referendum passed and a voter photo ID referendum passed. Both failed miserably and Democrats took that opening and ran with it.
     
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    Don't know much about the great state of Minnesota, but it seems as if Pence actually made it worse for Christian people. Of course, the Jews in Indiana sat on their hands and said that for their delis to make a ham sandwich and a swastika cake for a party was just too serious of a question to be discussed and that Christians should bake cakes for sodomite weddings no matter what.

    The Democrat candidate for Governor seems to be former Democrat Speaker of the Indiana House of Representatives John Gregg, a sort of down-home, ah shucks, Hoosier farm boy with a liberal twist.

    Gregg's website may have crashed:

    http://www.greggforgovernor.com/
     

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