Paul Broun on The War in Iraq

Last Updated : May 06, 2010

Voting Record

Requirement for Iraq Redeployment Strategy

In October 2007, the House put forth yet another resolution to require that President Bush submit a strategy for redeployment from Iraq. The bill explicitly stated that it endorsed to specific action, but rather required that the Secretary of Defense submit a strategy to congress for the redeployment of troops from Iraq within 60 days of the resolution. Although the resolution passed the House with bipartisan support, it was not voted on in the Senate. Paul Broun voted to support the Requirement for Iraq Redeployment Strategy.

Paul Broun voted to support the Requirement for Iraq Redeployment Strategy.

 

Sponsored and Cosponsored Legislation

Session-110; Bill Number-H Con Res 315; Supporting the idea that coalition victory in Iraq is possible. - Cosponsor

Supports the idea that the war in Iraq is not lost. Recognizes that: (1) the overall progress being made on the ground in Iraq is undeniable; (2) much of this progress is due to the skill and valor of the American service member; and (3) the decision by the President and our military leadership to provide a surge of troops to implement a new counterinsurgency strategy was the correct course of action.

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