This August, 81 representatives of The United States will be visiting Israel on an all expenses paid junket,why? With
The United States of America's economy currently in the toilet wouldn't your representatives time be much more well spent at their home district finding out what really matters to their constituents and their own country? Who do these people actually work for? Let's see how these reps vote in the future just for turds and giggles.
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http://www.veteranstoday.com/2011/08/08 … ing-weeks/
These reps should be detained and questioned as soon as their planes land. If there is some diplomatic reason for this trip let Hillary do it,that's her job.
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