President Obama is endangering our national security to fulfill a disastrous campaign promise.
In the State of the Union address, he once again vowed to subvert Congress and “shut down the prison at Guantanamo” (Gitmo) – holding some of the world’s most ruthless terrorists.
He’s been releasing dozens of radical Islamic terrorists. 1 out of 3 jihadists end up back on the battlefield.
We’re battling back against President Obama’s dangerous imperialism.
We’ve been aggressively fighting for years – including at the Supreme Court – to hold jihadist terrorists as enemy combatants in the War on Terror. Now we’re vigorously working in Congress to defeat President Obama’s plan to close Gitmo and release dozens more terrorists.
To President Obama and Congress:
We are at war. Releasing radical Islamic enemy combatants in the War on Terror only to have them return to the battlefield is unthinkable. Don’t close Gitmo. Don’t release any more terrorists.
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