At the same time, though, let's note that Lugar did not support a single really major Obama initiative.
A Tea Party Republican named Richard Mourdock launched a primary challenge against Lugar and won.
[Former Sen. Dick] Lugar may have seen Richard Mourdock coming, but he was slow to react.
And while five Democratic senators voted against the DREAM Act, three Republicans—Lugar, Murkowski, and Bennett—voted for it.
Long one of the more moderate members of the Senate Republican caucus, Lugar has become a much-wanted scalp for activists.
Lugar is scrambling, staying in Indiana hotels and campaigning hard when not attending to Senate business.
He did not like the word ‘Stinchar,’ so he changed it to ‘Lugar,’ a much more euphonious word.
“Lugar-teniente” is lieutenant in Spanish, but the “Lugar” is left out, and “teniente” stands for the title of the subaltern.
Girvan is the name of the river that suits the idea of the stanza best, but Lugar is the most agreeable modulation of syllables.
The name potonchan, Aguilar translated as, the place that stinks (Lugar que hiede).