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National Security Scorecard

Posted at Disrupt the Narrative

The folks over at Keep America Safe have just issued a Congressional score card based on votes in the area of National Security. A cross-section of votes between 2001 and 2010 was taken to reflect a range of national security topics. Twenty-nine votes were selected in the Senate, and twenty-seven were selected in the House. The votes reflect a range of topics from the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan to Guantanamo Bay and detainee issues to Iran to missile defense. Virginia: Cantor    A Boucher   C Connolly  F Forbes   A Goodlatte  A Moran  F Nye     C Perriello    F Scott       F Wittman   A Wolf    A Texas: Most get A’s or B’s, with the notable exception of: Doggett   F Edwards  C Gonzalez  F Green TX-9    F Green TX-29   F Hinojosa     F Jackson-Lee    F Johnson     F Ortiz     F Ron Paul     F 

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National Security Scorecard

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Tom White Says:

Nothing is more conservative than a republican wanting to get their majority back. And nothing is more liberal than a republican WITH a majority.

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