Thursday, March 27, 2008

Williams rips Sestak on FISA bill

Craig Williams, a Republican seeking to unseat first-term Democrat Joe Sestak from the U.S. House, goes on the offensive on Sestak's support of changes to FISA, the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act.

Read the full story, "7th District candidate rips Dems on FISA bill" in The (Delaware County) Daily Times.

Sestak, who bragged about his military background while running n 2006, has supported many Democratic Party measures to weaken the United States' ability to combat terrorism. Sestak has also been one of the leading Democrats in Congress pushing for wasteful pork spending over the past two years. Sestak also supports U.S. surrender in the Iraq War.

The 7th Congressional District covers parts of Delaware, Chester and Montgomery counties in Southeastern Pennsylvania.

For more about Williams, a former federal prosecutor and Marine combat veteran, visit his campaign Web site,

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