One day after Indiana Republicans handed Lugar his walking papers, an outfit called the Atlantic Council held a forum to promote the discredited Law of the Sea Treaty. As former Republican U.S. Sens. Chuck Hagel and John Warner beamed their approval, Obama's Secretary of Defense Leon Panetta declared that "the time...
It was because of Sen. Lugar's support of LOST -- and many other "lost" causes too many to mention -- that he lost his bid to run as a Republican in the November election. Ms. Schlafly's column a number of years ago on the Law of the Sea Treaty aroused a sense of urgency to urge our lawmakers not to support that treaty. No matter how much entreaty there was, Sen. Lugar's mind was made up: he supported the treaty. I could no longer support him. Thank you, Ms. Schlafly, for your wisdom.
The stunning repudiation of Sen. Richard Lugar's, R-Ind., bid for a seventh term has sent shock waves through Washington's internationalist lobby. A former Rhodes Scholar, Lugar has spent his career promoting a globalist agenda, since he succeeded the late Jesse Helms as the top Republican on the Senate Foreign Relations Committee.
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