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Rand Paul: "Not One Penny More for Libya, Egypt or Pakistan Until They Act Like Our Allies"

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Published on Sep 13, 2012

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Senator Rand Paul of Kentucky calls for foreign aid to be cut to Libya, Egypt, and Pakistan until they start acting like our allies. Sen. Paul calls for half of the money that would go to these countries to be put towards veterans benefits to help those who have risked life and limb to keep us, and those countries, safe.

In Libya the US Ambassador was assassinated, in Egypt security forces did nothing as the US embassy was stormed by angry protesters, and Pakistan has jailed for life the man who helped us get bin Laden.

September 13, 2012

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