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BREAKING: Senate Republicans Block Hagel Confirmation....For Now

Resist, We Much!!! Wrote: Feb 14, 2013 6:28 PM
Remember when attending 5 colleges and maintaining a “C” average was proof that someone wasn’t fit for high office? Well, Obama has nominated a man, who attended 5 colleges and had a “D” average. Remember when being openly homophobic was a cause for scorn by the Left? Well, Obama has nominated a man, who has been openly homophobic. Remember when opposing abortion even in the case of rape was considered a disqualification for office by the Left, a bar to even addressing the Democratic National Convention, and proof of the “Republican’s War on Women”? Well, Obama has nominated a man, who opposes abortion even in the case of rape. Remember when making anti-Semitic statements, rightfully, drew comparisons to David Duke?
Resist, We Much!!! Wrote: Feb 14, 2013 6:29 PM
Well, Obama has nominated a man, who has made anti-Semitic statements on numerous occasions.


Remember when “smart power” was what the media and the Left called Obama’s foreign policy and his team?

Well, Obama has nominated a man, who has proven that he is anything but smart.


Remember when the Left spit on returning troops from Vietnam and your Secretary of State, falsely, testified under oath about how horrible American soldiers were behaving in Vietnam – much worse than the lie that Jack Murtha told?

Well, Obama has nominated a man, who the Left once accused of atrocities.


Remember when people, who voted for the Iraq War, were called warmongers and alleged to be supportive of “air-raiding villages and killing civilians”?
Resist, We Much!!! Wrote: Feb 14, 2013 6:29 PM
Well, Obama has nominated a man that the Left once called a “warmonger.”


Look, we know the deal here. Obama wants Hagel so that he has Republican cover to do what he wants to do to the military.

Senate Republicans have at least temporarily blocked the confirmation of former Sen. Chuck Hagel as the next Secretary of Defense.  Democrats' cloture motion to proceed to an up-or-down vote failed 58-40, with one Senator voting "present."  Achieving cloture requires 60 votes.  Let's be candid: Hagel (a Republican) is unqualified for this job, which is arguably the most important position in a presidential cabinet.  He all but admitted as much during his disastrous Senate hearings last month: