Who would vote for Kay Hagan and why? These questions hover up there with “Who built Stonehenge?” or “Where is Jimmy Hoffa?”
Some say “better the liar you know than a liar you don’t know”. Some dislike Tillis, or think Haugh has no chance. Yet when you compare them to Hagan, they look good. So does a braying donkey.
Here are 5 reasons Hagan must be thrown out.
Her criticism of Tillis for accepting out-of-state money was just; unbelievably, she then skipped a security briefing to go to – you’ll never guess – an out-of-state fundraiser for herself.
Hagan says Tillis doesn’t understand “the needs of women”, yet she condemns his support for expanded access to over-the-counter birth control.
According to Kay, former Senator Dole’s record of voting with President Bush 92% of the time proved she was unable to think for herself. However, Hagan views her own record of voting with President Obama 96% of the time as proof she is an independent thinker who courageously stands up to her own party.
5. Even Hagan Can’t Think of a Reason to Vote for Hagan
Hagan can give no reason to vote for her. For one thing, she’s allergic to putting herself on record about anything. It would be nice if she could throw in at least one more thing to set herself apart from the other candidates. Maybe she could come out as anti-suicide or discourage people from becoming serial killers.
Her campaign identified education as the one issue on which she can speak. She wants higher pay, smaller classrooms, better textbooks, etc. But education is a state issue. No matter who North Carolina elects, that person has zero say-so about state education. A United States senator is not consulted, cannot veto, cannot sign anything into law. If Hagan wants to be involved in education, she should get a job at the state level (but not in North Carolina).
And her record? She’s been in the Senate for six years. Isn’t there anything she’s proud of doing? Apparently not. Hagan literally ran away at her own press conference when reporters asked her questions about her voting record. You would too, if you had her record.