Every elected official who runs to a microphone says this, but ask your veterans how they demonstrate that commitment on a daily basis.
Positions on this moral issue can separate more friends and family than the last Presidential election. Money spent on funding the military, support for our veterans, apprenticeship education, support for term limits, infrastructure repairs, decreasing taxes, and so many other issues are fair game for politicians to debate and stake out positions on, or even for you to discuss with your neighbors at backyard barbecues or over a grande caramel macchiato at your local Starbucks. But…bring up abortion and you’ll watch the eyebrows go up, dark clouds gather, and bodies scatter for the wind.
Regardless of whom one quotes, there seem to be those who would tear at the fabric of our nation by trying to assign some ulterior motive to what they said.
When I am your Senator part of my pledge will be to protect this country from all enemies, foreign and domestic. I will immediately join my voice with Senator Ron Johnson from Wisconsin who chairs the Commission, to revitalize this Congressional Act and ensure that we begin responsibly to protect our national power grid.
Earlier this year, I mentioned my support for President Trump’s campaign promise to move the US Embassy from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem. With so many of the President’s initiatives and campaign promises stalled because of inaction by Congress, both by the recalcitrant democrats as well as republicans, this was a laurel waiting to be seized.
Don’t be hoodwinked. The affable Senator Joe Donnelly you see smiling in his many TV ads paid for by the National Democrat Party saying he went to Washington to work for you, is being disingenuous at best.