Have you gotten your tickets for our annual Robert L. Bartley Gala yet? There’s still time left – and if his performance at Minnesota’s Lincoln Day dinner is any indication, our special guest, Senator Tom Cotton, will not disappoint.
Sen. Tom Cotton was recently called, “one of the foremost leaders of his generation” by PowerLine’s John Hinderaker, and “ready to be on a national ticket.”
He hit the Democrats hard, as is appropriate for this type of event, but always in his measured style. His delivery has slowed some, which is good, and he makes no visible reference to notes. His presence is commanding, particularly in one so young. And his conclusion, which contrasted his own experience as a member of the team that met the returning bodies of men who died in battle with Hillary Clinton’s post-Benghazi lies, was devastating.
My takeaway is that Cotton is ready to be on a national ticket, and should be on any Republican nominee’s list of potential running mates.
You won’t want to miss Sen. Tom Cotton’s speech at the Bartley gala!
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