Senator Stephenson interviews Senator Hatch

Last Saturday on Red Meat Radio, Senator Howard Stephenson interviewed Senator Orrin Hatch. The first 7 minutes are about some things going on in Washington, and then right at the 7 minute mark, Senator Stephenson turns the conversation to the Republican convention and what happened to Bob Bennett. S. Stephenson brings up states rights and the 17th amendment and Senator Hatch and he have an interesting conversation about what really happened to Senator Bennett. I encourage you to give it a listen, at least from the 7 minute mark.

Senator Howard Stephenson interviews Senator Orrin Hatch

5 Responses to “Senator Stephenson interviews Senator Hatch”

  • Guest:

    Senator Hatch comes across as rather pompous. He also doesn't score points by saying that the 17th amendment was an improvement. I thought it was rather sad that he thanked Sen. Stephenson for saying that his wife and children had to sacrifice much (and were basically raised without a father.)

  • Milojane:

    Unlike Hatch, we know that Bennett was out of touch with the rest of us here in Utah. He can't see it because he is out of touch too. I have personally been told, on a call to Orrin Hatch's office last year, that “[I] don't understand the issues involved, and that Senator Hatch understands everything involved.” I was calling to voice my feelings about the issues– which is my right– and I was basically told to shut up and sit down because Hatch will do what is best for us, whether we agree with it or not. I was spoken to rudely, and I suppose that I wasn't the first call they had received that day. Hatch and Orrin are apart of the “Washington Problem”. We the people know it– Hatch is too blind to see it.

  • Ladypoet33:

    I disagree with him. We DO need to go back to where the Senators represent the states. I do not like what Hatch has to say.

  • Minimedic71:

    We need to repeal the 17th amendment!, and make our Senators beholden to our State Legislators.

  • Minimedic71:

    We need to repeal the 17th amendment!, and make our Senators beholden to our State Legislators.