WND column

Foreigners First

Paul had been filibustering the Senate for days, delaying action
by requiring the maximum amount of time be spent on each vote until he
got a vote on his own bill, which failed, 10-81.  Numerous Republican
senators stood up in opposition to Paul’s bill, calling it dangerous and
irresponsible, especially to Israel.


Keep in mind that this vote took place 11 days after the U.S.
ambassador to Libya, J. Christopher Stevens, was murdered along with
three other U.S. diplomats in Libya. The federal government is sending
money that it doesn’t have to declared and undeclared enemies alike, to
countries that Barack Obama has openly declared are not U.S. allies,
while simultaneously refusing to re-enact the Bush tax cuts because the
country supposedly cannot afford them.