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Pull the Plug on Hagel

ConcealedCarry Wrote: Feb 15, 2013 11:19 AM
"Hagel would do himself and the president a big favor by stepping aside. His performance during his confirmation hearings was embarrassing." "Hagel... made himself look like a fool. In fact his inability to answer questions before the Senate committee alone should be enough to derail his nomination." Why are the people making comments in response to this column attacking the columnist rather than attacking the President and his inept, ignorant, and anti-America Secretary of Defense nominee? Maybe Obama's antisemitism is a contagious condition; it's already infected Chuck Hagel.
Tea Party in Wisconsin formerlyTea Party Wrote: Feb 15, 2013 4:13 PM
Because there are none so blind who WILL NOT see, and there are too many Blind little brained mice to see the truth of what their tingod is doing to this Republic. You know when you are so blind in your religious faith, it's a shock to the system when you realized you've been conned, so it's better just to worship and adore him and allow him free rein even with his nominees. (so they think)
TJS Wrote: Feb 15, 2013 11:24 AM
So there we have it folks, he's anti-semite if he doesn't support massive debt spending for the neverending Israel Zionist wars.

Never mind that the last breath out of his Tea Party detractors is less debt.
Len185 Wrote: Feb 15, 2013 12:08 PM
Hey TJS can you be more specific about what spending for Israel you know about and what never ending war Israel is involved.
Making statements without any information to prove your point sounds like you just spewing hatred and show your ignorance.
Ryan_M Wrote: Feb 15, 2013 1:11 PM
"Hey TJS can you be more specific about what spending for Israel you know about and what never ending war Israel is involved."

I can field this one. US "aid" (tribute is more like it) to Israel and Israel's never ending war to drag the US into a regional war on their behalf.

Chuck Hagel's nomination to be secretary of defense is in trouble -- as it should be. The former Republican senator has so much baggage, it is amazing that the administration hasn't dumped him, as they did Susan Rice when her proposed nomination ran into trouble. Unfortunately, having won that battle, the GOP may be in weaker position to defeat another Obama nominee. And Rice, her misstatements about the attack on Benghazi notwithstanding, would have been a less dangerous cabinet member than Hagel.

Hagel has made clearly anti-Semitic statements before public forums time and again. If his target had been, say, blacks...