The fight against Chuck Hagel’s nomination is entering a critical phase. Yesterday, writing on Fox News’ website, Jay highlighted how Senator Hagel was calling for increased cooperation with Iran just weeks after an Iranian-coordinated attack on American troops in Iraq. In other words, Senator Hagel was calling for engagement with Iran even as Iran was committing acts of war against the U.S.
With a vote scheduled as early as next week, fifteen Republican senators wrote President Obama asking that he withdraw Senator Hagel’s nomination. The tidal wave of grassroots opposition to Senator Hagel has already led to a filibuster and to Senator Hagel being questioned more than any defense nominee in recent memory, but several senators are now wavering.
We’re urging our readers to use the “Contact Congress” function on our website to directly contact your Senators. Your petition signatures have slowed his nomination and helped empower a so-far successful filibuster; now it’s crunch time. Personal contact could make the difference.
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I would say that I pity Chuck Hagel. After all, here was his mandate: Maintain America’s strategic position while shrinking American military power and amplifying the Obama administration’s desires for global disengagement. It turns out that the SECDEF could accomplish only two of those missions.
The Left, licking its wounds from its stunning defeat this week at the polls, has gone back to incessantly complaining about the amount of money in politics. It is estimated that $3.7 billion dollars was spent this election cycle. To the Left, this is a horrible, terrible, no good, dirty,
As President Obama sits down on Friday with Republicans who will soon control the Senate and the House, there’s no shortage of issues lawmakers want to tackle when the new Congress convenes in January. The economy. Health care. ISIS. Energy. These are all critical issues that must be addressed.