Saturday, August 19


Joe Sestak, a former Navy vice admiral who's running against wingnut incumbent Curt Weldon (R-PA) for his seat in the House, delivered the response today to the pResident's weekly radio address:

Sestak said ending the U.S. presence in Iraq would free up money and energy to concentrate on other dangers, such as nuclear programs in North Korea and Iran and bolstering homeland security protections. Two days of spending in Iraq would pay for screening all air cargo on passenger planes, while five days of Iraq costs would fund the screening of all cargo coming into the nation’s ports, he said.

Just think about that for a minute. We're hemorrhaging taxpayer dollars in Iraq that could be used to TRULY make us safer. Yet the boy king wants us to believe that a multi-generational project of creating democracies in the Middle East is making us safer today and will save us from terrorism in the future.

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