"The only thing more shocking than the president's nomination of Mr. Adegbile is the support he received from 47 senators, including Sen. Landrieu," Maness said. "Working with the NAACP's Legal Defense Fund, Mr. Adegbile was instrumental in having Mr. Abu-Jamal's death sentence commuted. How can anyone who labored for such leniency be a part of anything our nation calls 'justice'?"
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"Bill Cassidy flip-flopped on the Troubled Asset Relief Program (TARP), but the NRSC has nothing to say about that," said U.S. Senate candidate Col. Rob Maness (USAF, Ret.; R-LA). "Bill Cassidy says he opposes Obamacare but he not only proposed parallel legislation in the Louisiana legislature, but refuses to sign a pledge to defund Obama's disastrous version of the law."
Maness embraces Cruz's hard line on federal spending bills. He believes there's "no need to raise the debt ceiling" under any circumstances. He opposes the Affordable Care Act and Obama's 2014 strategy of using executive action to get around a deadlocked Congress, saying, "I'm with Sen. Cruz on that. It's completely lawless."
U.S. Senate candidate Col. Rob Maness (USAF, Ret.; R-LA), responding to a question from ABC News, confirmed he will not vote to reelect Sen. Mitch McConnell (R-KY) as Republican Senate Leader next year, and sent a Tweet to Congressman Bill Cassidy Tuesday asking for his position. Cassidy has not responded.
Col. Rob Maness (USAF, Ret.; R-LA) said he will not vote to reelect Mitch McConnell as Republican Leader and that career politicians like McConnell and Sen. Mary Landrieu are failing the people they serve.