Smoking less irritating than the U.S. Congress
In September, Sen. Rand Paul got the U.S. Senate to vote on ending the “foreign aid” but the measure was voted down 10-81. Shocking!
Are you aware that both Arizona Sens. Jon Kyl and John McCain voted “No” to ending foreign aid (code for funding unfriendly dictatorships). Even more shocking! Sen. McCain, a Republican, opposed Sen. Paul, noting that “110 retired generals and admirals had written a letter to senators backing foreign aid” as “critical to America's national security.”
How absurd this advice is! In the 1940s and 1950s, 20,679 physicians said “Luckies” cigarettes were “less irritating.” Did this mean smoking was beneficial to your health just because an alleged group of medical experts smoked. Does this mean that 110 generals know what is best for the taxpayers of Arizona just because they have white hair and have warmed desk chairs in several offices?
Is the term “foreign aid” code for “blackmail money” to prevent the Muslim extremist terrorists from killing more American soldiers and/or American ambassadors? Are Pakistan, Egypt and Libya our friends or our partners? Do we share a common language, culture, values or religion?
Sen. Rand Paul and Rep. Michele Bachmann would answer “No” to these absurd questions, as I would.
Perhaps Kyl and McCain should join the retired group of the 110 supposed retired generals and admirals in donating their retirement checks and paychecks to their good Mideastern comrades to relieve the taxpayers of the burden of their wasteful spending and cowering to this Muslim-loving administration?
If this waste of taxpayer dollars is not in the interest Arizona, why are we being forced to fund Pakistan, Egypt and Libya's dictatorships and continued terrorism? And even more importantly, why are these two Arizona senators pretending that they “represent their voting constituents”?
There are no stupid questions, only stupid voters!