Saturday, October 28, 2006

The General and The Doctor

With the war in Iraq spinning wildly out of control, Americans are looking to Democrats to fix the mess. Military leaders understand this best and that's why General Wesley Clark has endorsed Democrat David Hunter for Congress in Oklahoma's 5th District.

The war in Iraq continues to be the number one election issue this year. American deaths are nearing 3,000 with 99 this month. "Stay the course" is not a strategy for success. And "stay the course" is clearly not working. Yet, the "stay the course" rubber stamp Congress remains in a state of denial. Our soldiers, their families, and America deserve better, not more of the same.

General Wesley Clark knows that a strong Democratic majority in the US House of Representatives will lead America in a new direction with a strategy for success in Iraq. That majority must include Democrat David Hunter, he said.

“Dr. Hunter understands that our government is going in some wrong directions while ignoring the needs of its people for better jobs, access to quality health care, and better schools for our children so that they can succeed in the 21st century. He understands people’s concerns about the war in Iraq and supports a responsible and definable plan to transfer responsibility to the Iraqis and to bring our troops home. He sees that the government’s spending is out of control and knows what it will already cost all of us, our children, and our grandchildren. It is now Washington that needs healing, which is why David has chosen to run for Congress.”

Mary Fallin represents more of the same. She is a career politician who will be another rubber stamp for her party in Washington. We believe voters must trust our military leaders in these very serious matters. General Clark says we should trust Dr. David Hunter to get the right things done in Washington.

Vote Hunter for Congress on November 7th.

1 comment:

Red Stater said...

Democrat strategy for Iraq.
Learn the lesson of vietnam, "cut and run". (redeploy and walk)