Is the appointment of Governor Johanns a four or at least an eight year tenure?
Eight years you say? Yes sure and why not?
Obviously Hillary wouldn't keep Mike Johanns on, but Chuck Hagel would be obligated too, and we all know, at least here in Nebraska that the left leaning RINO is planning on making a bid for the White house in 08.
Even when he was heading the Campaign for the re-election of George Bush, Hagel was publically dissing the President and distancing himself from his policies. Kind of funny to see Hagel scurrying to the left in an effort to shore up a base of support from which to pander votes for the White House, while on the left Hillary is slithering to the right for the same reasons.
That is not to say that I disagree with everything Hagel is about. It is no big secret that I am not impressed with Hagel as a republican and I just cannot see how Hagel could accept the position to head Mr. Bush's campaign in Nebraska then run all over the state telling everybody how wrong he thought he was.
When you pledge to support someone you do it with everything at your disposal, you do not stab the President in the back while heading his re-election committee. Not only that, you do not during the Republican Convention co-sponsor a dinner across town for his Democratic opponent.