Monday, April 02, 2007

Hagel on the issues - PRO-LIFE AND CONSERVATIVE JUDGES

Today I pick up where we left of a week ago on Chuck Hagel's positions on a variety of issues. The information comes from his website.
PRO-LIFE AND CONSERVATIVE JUDGES
  • Senator Hagel has been a consistent supporter of life since he came to the Senate and has supported everyone of President Bush's judicial nominees, including Supreme Court Chief Justice John Roberts and Associate Justice Samuel Alito.

3 comments:

O.M. Linda said...

I am very supportive of Chuck Hagel. I found another site out there that seems to support the Senator.

Just read a great post

http://joeleonardi.wordpress.com/2007/04/02/a-challenge/

but check out the entire sight if you so desire. Seems like there maybe some real conservatives left in the Republican party

ericpaddon said...

Oops, I guess censorship is back in place for the Hagel lovefest based on what's happened to the last five posts of mine.

Like I said before, that's not going to help make the case that Hagel has anything of value for the rank and file GOP who don't want the talking points of Cindy Sheehan, Michael Moore and George Soros to show up in a GOP nominee. I have to admit this blog has been doing a very miserable job of answering those concerns since too often the supporters seem content to keep repeating every Far Left talking point regarding their hatred of the President and the desire to but out of Iraq.

Charlie said...

There is no connection that has ever been shown between Senator Hagel and the people you list. I'm sorry I have not had time to debunk your argument, but my focus has not been on the blog the last few weeks (which is why I'm doing the issues posts - not time consuming, but still important).

My appologies for that. I will respond to your comments when I get the time.

Senator Hagel has never expressed anything but respect for President Bush. He has strongly disagreed with his policies, but never attacked the President personally. It is that civility that I find to be so lacking in politics today.