Wednesday, August 30, 2006

"Right Hook" and Respect Rankings

There's a nice article, "Right Hook: Conservatives Rebel Against War Party" that's worth a read.
What is interesting, however, is that the Republican base is beginning to crack. A majority believe the President has made a lot of mistakes when it comes to the war: Hagel, who has said that the White House is "completely disconnected from reality" on the question of foreign policy, senses the shifting mood of conservative voters, and is moving to position himself as the only realist in the GOP pack. It is going to be a winning position, as the war in Iraq goes from bad to worse and the prospect of war with Iran darkens the political horizon. The American people are war-weary, and not without reason: they see that the occupation of Iraq is winning us nothing but more enemies, and isn't making us any safer here at home.
God bless Senator Hagel, and let us hope he has the courage to take his campaign for realism in foreign policy to the American people. They are certainly ready for it: I know I am.
Be sure to check it out.

Also, there is an interesting meme out there, the Respect Rankings. Not surprisingly, Chuck Hagel has popped up on people's lists.

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