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4 Senators Introduce Bill To Block Obama’s Funding Of Syrian Jihadists

by Tim Brown, Freedom Outpost:

On Thursday, four United States senators, in a bipartisan fashion, introduced a bill to block military funds to Syria. Senators Tom Udall (D-N.M.), Mike Lee (R-UT), Chris Murphy (D-CT), and Rand Paul (R-KY) put forth legislation that would prohibit Barack Obama from using any funds on activities that would escalate the United States’ involvement in the Syrian war.

Senator Paul said, “The President’s unilateral decision to arm Syrian rebels is incredibly disturbing, considering what little we know about whom we are arming. Engaging in yet another conflict in the Middle East with no vote or Congressional oversight compounds the severity of this situation. The American people deserve real deliberation by their elected officials before we send arms to a region rife with extremists who seek to threaten the U.S. and her allies.”

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2 comments to 4 Senators Introduce Bill To Block Obama’s Funding Of Syrian Jihadists

  • B.M.

    What a joke. How many aticles have you read where some Senators create “legislation” to counter something Obummer’s administration has enacted, and what gets done? Nothing!

    Why? Because the Jackasses AND Dumbos are all bought off and paid for by the NWO elite. Period.

    Don’t hold your breath. Don’t count on anyone in Washington D.C. Anything the stooges in Congress do will always be window dressing for the general public ONLY, and won’t change one damn thing. It’s only going to get better when the sheeple wake up and take back their lives, and their freedom. The stooges in Congress are just going to go whichever way the wind, and money, blows.

  • Hannon

    Chris Murphy? That’s my senator here in Connecticutstan, for the first time ever I guess I’ll send him an email that doesn’t explain how much of a worthless dirtbag he is.

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