One can’t help but wonder why Kay Hagan would want to represent North Carolina in the U.S. Senate.
One can’t help but wonder why Kay Hagan would want to represent North Carolina in the U.S. Senate. A bigger question is why the people of North Carolina would want her to represent them.
Recently Sen. Hagan joined forces with Attorney General Eric Holder in suing the state regarding the recently passed voter ID law. Why would Sen. Hagan wish to represent a people which she considers to be attempting to suppress the vote of anyone in the state? Why would she wish to spend taxpayer money on what will surely be a losing case? The N.C. voter ID laws are similar to those passed in other states and approved by the Supreme Court. It certainly appears as if Sen. Hagan puts politics above the state and its citizens.
Sen. Hagan was in alliance with the president when she assured the people of N.C. numerous times they would be allowed to keep their doctor and insurance under the Affordable Care Act (ACA). Now it is public knowledge this is not the case; however, Sen. Hagan has not apologized to her constituents for misleading them.
Recently Sen. Hagan has attacked the “Citizens United” group. The mission statement of Citizens United states they “seek to reassert the traditional American values of limited government, freedom of enterprise, strong families, and national sovereignty with security.” By opposing Citizens United, Sen. Hagan appears to be un-American along with her other flaws.
If one examines the record of Sen. Hagan, it appears she is more interested in serving her masters in the Democrat Party than the State of North Carolina. It would be in the best interest of the citizens of North Carolina if they elect someone else to represent them in 2014.
Lillian Creger, New Bern