AEIdeas

The public policy blog of the American Enterprise Institute

Subscribe to the blog

Discussion: (1 comment)

  1. This is being circulated on Capitol Hill by Sen. Cornyn’s office. It’s an amazing document, a litany of flips and flops and twirls and somersaults, the likes of which have rarely been seen…Hagel apparently doesn’t have the courage of his own convictions; only the courage of everybody else’s.

    If that is the case the GOP would stand and back him. After all, they rejected the candidate who had stood on principle for decades and chose a flip-flopper like Romney to be their man to go against Obama. Since there is no way that Hegel can be any worse on that front there is no reason to reject his nomination.

Comments are closed.

Sort By:

Refine Content:

Scholar

Additional Keywords:

Refine Results

or to save searches.

Open
Refine Content