Posts Tagged ‘ Senator Tom Cotton ’

Cotton: Conservatives Could Back ACA Bill With ‘A Lot Of Carpentry’

Mar 13th, 2017 | By

Sen. Tom Cotton (R-Ark.) said a House GOP leadership’s proposal to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act will require “a lot of carpentry on that framework” before conservative Republicans in Congress can support it during an interview Sunday on ABC News’ “This Week.”

Sen. Tom Cotton Reacts To Angry Democrat Protesters At Townhall Meetings

Feb 24th, 2017 | By

Senator Tom Cotton (R-AR) appeared on “Fox & Friends” recently to discuss a chaotic Townhall meeting he experienced over the congressional recess. Bernie Sanders, Obama and Hillary operatives are orchestrating protesters to launch vicious verbal attacks on GOP legislators during these meetings.

Cotton, Perdue Unveil The Reforming American Immigration For Strong Employment (RAISE) Act

Feb 8th, 2017 | By

“It’s time our immigration system started working for American workers,” said Senator Cotton. “The RAISE Act would promote higher wages on which all working Americans can build a future-whether your family came over here on the Mayflower or you just took the oath of citizenship.”

Tom Cotton: Maybe More ‘Seasoning’ In Leadership Would Benefit Chuck Schumer

Jan 26th, 2017 | By

Sen. Tom Cotton on Wednesday chided Senate Minority Leader Charles E. Schumer for a delay on a confirmation vote for CIA Director Mike Pompeo and suggested Mr. Schumer’s tenure as the top-ranking Democrat in the Senate might improve with “a little more seasoning and experience.”

Cotton Condemns Obama For Failing To Veto Anti-Israel UN Security Council Resolution

Dec 26th, 2016 | By

President Obama is personally responsible for this anti-Israel resolution. His diplomats secretly coordinated the vote, yet he doesn’t even have the courage of his own convictions to vote for it. This cowardly, disgraceful action cements President Obama’s richly deserved legacy as the most anti-Israel president in American history.

Senator Tom Cotton: Most Republicans Ready To Work With President Trump

Nov 15th, 2016 | By

Senator Tom Cotton (R-AR), a GING-PAC endorsed lawmaker, appeared on Tucker Carlson’s new Fox News program to discuss how the GOP-controlled Senate and House will work with President Donald Trump beginning in January. Cotton says that the majority of Republicans are ready to help Trump achieve his goals for a stronger economy, stronger military, etc.

Tom Cotton Joined Hugh Hewitt To Call For The Clinton Foundation To Stop Accepting Donations

Oct 26th, 2016 | By

The Clinton Foundation’s finances are notoriously opaque. They largely subsidize the Clinton family’s lifestyle. There’s one reason and one reason only that you would pursue this work through the Clinton Foundation. It’s because since the Foundation was set up, Hillary Clinton has been in office or been expecting to return to office, and these people are trying to curry favor with powerful politicians in America.

Sen. Cotton Sounds Off On $400 Million Ransom Payment To Iran

Aug 8th, 2016 | By

The Obama Regime smuggled $400 million on pallets in an unmarked cargo plane to Iran in the middle of the night. Almost simultaneously, four American hostages boarded a plane and were freed by Iran. Yet, the Obamunists still claim that this wasn’t ransom. Sen. Tom Cotton disagrees.

GING-PAC Newsmaker: Sen. Cotton On Obama Ransom Payment To Iran

Aug 4th, 2016 | By

Senator Tom Cotton (R-AR) appeared “On The Record” with Greta Van Susteren last night to discuss the $400 million cash ransom payment secretly flown into Iran in January. The Obama Regime denies it paid ransom for four American hostages, but the timing is certainly curious.

Sen. Cotton Interviewed By SkyNews At GOP Convention

Jul 28th, 2016 | By

We have some differences of opinion, but let’s not forget that Barack Obama has been unsettling our allies pretty severely for the last seven and a half years. He implied in a magazine article just a couple months ago that the UK was not a reliable ally. He went to London and essentially threatened British voters that they would not a favorable trade deal if they exercised their sovereign right to govern themselves and to leave the European Union. So I strongly disagree with those comments just as I have some differences of opinion with Donald Trump.