By David Oedel
Last week, the Macon Monitor called attention to Middle Georgia’s freshman U.S. Senator David Perdue’s votes favoring the Obama administration’s preferred approach to dealing with the Iranians. Iran is driving to lift U.S. economic sanctions while ensuring continued development of Iranian nuclear capabilities. The Monitor pointed out that Perdue’s position seemed to be at odds with his first major speech from the Senate floor only days before. In that speech, Perdue railed at Obama’s unconstitutional usurpation of power.
In response to the Monitor’s coverage, Perdue’s press secretary Mark Bednar pointed out to the Monitor this week that the Senator has offered a defense of his votes. In short, Perdue now declares … Continue Reading