Posted 1 year ago on Sept. 13, 2012, 4:37 p.m. EST by TrevorMnemonic
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We have an obligation to defend our country, but we also have an obligation for housing, for health care, for education, for retirement security.
If you're concerned about Congress regaining authority under Article 1, Section 8, then we should be voting to end this war right now by striking the money for it.
If you are concerned about the debt, then we should be voting to end this war by taking money away from funding and then you could contribute that to resolving the debt.
If you are concerned about emboldening radicals in other countries, who are following in the wake of our invasions, then we should be taking the money out of this Continuing Resolution for more war.
If you're concerned about the budget: that it doesn't have enough for jobs and housing and health care and education and the energy and the environment, then end the war now, vote against it.
If you're concerned about America taking steps to create peace, then we should get this money out of this budget which creates more war.
- Dennis Kucinich
Dennis speaks truth in Congress - much more than what's typed up here - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pEOVxQZJHug&feature=youtu.be