The Arkansas Times link also tells us that he, like many others in his party, voted against relief for the victims of Hurricane Sandy, and he’s a darling of the Club for Growth, no matter how that affects his congressional district…figures. Cotton is a bit of a rising GOP star, though – he’s being prompted to challenge conservadem Mark Pryor for Pryor’s U.S. Senate seat (and apparently, based on this, he’s in…yep, no problem with ambition here, having not even finished his first term in the House after winning the seat vacated by Mike Ross). And like a whole bunch of House Repugs (including Mikey the Beloved), Cotton voted to separate SNAP funding from the farm bill (here). Oh, and Cotton wants to punish not only those who violate economic sanctions against Iran (OK), but their family members too, as noted here (um, and why?).
Here, he said that he didn’t think women were qualified to serve in the military (nice - it should be pointed out, though, that Cotton actually did serve, unlike most other Repugs). Here, he said that Iraq was involved in 9/11 (ah, a golden oldie…oh, and when it comes to evaluating Number 43 and “Deadeye Dick,” Cotton believes 9/11 shouldn’t be included, as noted here).
Update 8/1/13: And I'm sure the Pryor campaign will have fun with this also.
Update 8/9/13: Why do I have a feeling that the fun is just beginning with this guy (here)?
Update 3/19/14: And Cotton keeps such cowardly company too, doesn’t he (and on this wretched anniversary, of all days)?
Update 1/30/17: And let's never forget this also, by the way.