Wednesday, May 5, 2010

Support the Troops: Support Clean Energy

Posted By on Wed, May 5, 2010 at 11:26 PM

A new—and intense—political ad in the Tucson market links U.S. troops to the need for clean-energy legislation.

It's from Billion Dollars A Day; learn more here.

The full text:

We send $1 billion a day in oil money overseas — often to nations that don't like America very much. Some of that money ends up in the hands of terrorists and funds deadly attacks on American forces, like EFPs specially designed to piece our armor.

This is what our troops are up against, everyday.

We need to break that connection and we

Sign our petition and tell the Senate that we need action, not excuses.

can do it with a comprehensive clean energy climate plan. It defunds our enemies and defends America.

Some in Congress say it is a "tough vote."

Not as tough as what our troops are up against.

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