Constitutional Emergency

America at Risk: Budget Cuts Threaten Military Readiness

U.S. political leaders are facing a crossroads. They can step up and solve the budget impasse, or they can do nothing and let mandated sequestration cuts take effect. The latter course would have grave consequences for the nation, particularly on our nation's military.

Gambling with the readiness and security of America is not leadership; it is exactly the opposite. That's why we're showcasing real-life stories of veterans who have seen firsthand how fiscal constraints have hampered the Army, Air Force and Navy.

The nation's leaders need to step forward and do the right thing. The Obama Administration and Congress should solve the budget impasse today—not later, not during the lame-duck session, and not during the next Administration.

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Comment by Harry Riley on September 15, 2012 at 9:25pm

Obama has no intentions of signing a bill that would ease the situation.  His intention is the gutting of our military force...even though a presidents primary responsibility is "national security", his primary goal is usher in Sharia Law to replace the US Constitution.  The man is evil, a grave threat to United States longevity.

Comment by Debrajoe Beatty on September 16, 2012 at 5:56am

Obama psychologically is not capable of being the leader of America. Vote out Obama. America requires a man who has good mental health to lead America.

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