Saturday, August 18, 2007
Why Walberg's No Good
I'm resposting this past Sunday's post at To Play the King to remind us all of who we're up against.
Tim Walberg stands side by side with President Bush on almost every issue and couldn't be more proud to do so. This rubber stamping is never more evident than when it comes to the War in Iraq.
To trust Tim Walberg to exercise good judgment on the Iraq war is folly. While he claims to supports the war, he clearly does not support the troops fighting in this conflict.
Roll Call Vote 796. H R 3159 RECORDED VOTE 2-Aug-2007 1:53 PM
Explanation (from Library of Congress):
Prohibits units and members of the regular Armed Forces from being deployed for Operations Iraqi Freedom or Enduring Freedom (including participation in the NATO International Security Assistance Force ( Afghanistan)) unless the period between deployments is equal to or longer than the period of the previous deployment. Expresses the sense of Congress that the optimal minimum period between such deployments should be equal to or longer than twice the period of the previous deployment.
I thank Frances Pepper for his diligent and reliable reporting replete with sustantiating facts on Walberg's latest detestable vote. I certainly hope that the newspapers in Walberg's district put him under prolonged fire without any R & R from their blasts upon his NO vote on HR 3159. His failure to support the psychological and physical health of our troops is diabolical. It is further evidence that the man has a hyprocritcal heart and/or a only the slightest bit of brain. I truly hope that this stance may become known to all in his district. Viet Nam required troops to stay 12 months and if they got home alive, they weren't required to return. These troops have their tours of duty repeatedly extended and are caused to return for repeated tours, and Walberg doesn't want to allow them a breather.....his is perverted view of reality.....may God help us all if there are many more like him in Washington.....Post a Comment
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