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Protectionism or Protecting the Troops

Pro Ecclesia asks what should be more important than protecting our troops. Well, I guess it depends on who you ask:

It looks like Georgia will once again be ground zero in a battle over whether jobs take priority over efforts to keep U.S. citizens out of harm's way.

Back in 2002, a U.S. Senator from Georgia lost his Senate seat because he placed union interests ahead of national security interests in his votes on the formation of the Dept. of Homeland Security.

Now, another U.S. Senator from Georgia is working to ensure the safety of U.S. combat troops by extending a temporary importation agreement that would allow a fire-resistant rayon from Austria to continue to be used in the production of military uniforms (currently manufactured in Georgia).
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