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Senate War Voting Record

In 2002 the Congress authorized President Bush to go to war against Iraq and that resolution can be read here.  There is no doubt that this authorized force.

Since the Congress approved the war, there have been a number of “war votes” that provided funding and support for our efforts to prosecute the war.  The folks at Vets for Freedom took an analysis of allll these votes during a 1 year period (from 2007 to 2008) and graded each Senator on their war vote.  As you can see, many Democrats, including BHO, received an “F” voting grade on legislation designed to support the troops and win the war–a war authorized by congress.

The attached document shows the overall grade and identifies the war legislation that went through Congress during that time period.  It shows the legislation that was opposed or supported by Vets for Freedom .  An “F” is the worst rating a Senator can obtain.

This is the man who believes he can be Commander-in-Chief, by back-stabbing the troops his organization helped send to Iraq?  This is how the Democrats operate:  they vote to send our troops off to war, then pull the rug underneath them later on. 

2007 Senate Analysis

US Air Force MSgt (Ret)

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  1. Scott
    October 18, 2008 at 12:48 pm

    Is there a comparison of who voted to go to war and then did not support our troops after the fact?

    I was looking for an official congressional voting record and found your site. Very informative! Thank you for supporting our troops.

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