He said a victory for Lamont will send a message to the country: “In the Democratic Party, there’s no room for strong-on-security Dems.” He said that would be disastrous for the Democrats. “You can’t win in this country,” he said, “unless you assure people" that you aren’t going to compromise on national security. He said he has backed the war on terror because he never forgets about the “radical Islamic terrorists who attacked us on 9/11 and want to do it again.”...read on
So what does attacking Iraq have to do with National security and 9/11? Hasn't the Iraq war weakened this nation in the eyes of the world, created more terrorists that hate us and killed thousands of innocent people? What has it done to our troops? Did you happen to catch this report?
More than two-thirds of the Army National Guard's 34 brigades are not combat ready due largely to vast equipment shortfalls that will take as much as $21 billion to correct, the top National Guard general said Tuesday....read on
How about this Joe?
The federal government received failing and mediocre grades yesterday from the former Sept. 11 commission, whose members said in a final report that the Bush administration and Congress have balked at enacting numerous reforms that could save American lives and prevent another terrorist attack on U.S. soil.
Do you personally take responsibility for the failing grades? Isn't that weak on National security? Maybe if you weren't involved in backing Bush's Iraq civil war, our country would be a whole lot safer? Also, Joe's weak campaign efforts so far have put him in trouble of losing his once very secure Senate seat-- so why should I trust him on National Security? I'm just asking is all.