Scott Walker on Homeland Security
Walker sought to convince [his audience] that if he were elected president, "I would listen to the chain of command. I would listen to the generals in the field, not just those in the joint chiefs. I would listen to the secretary of state, to the secretary of defense and to the national security adviser."
I know all of you parents [with children in military service] feel the same way: I want to know the commander in chief will do every thing in their power to ensure that the threat from radical Islamic terrorists do not wash up on American soil. We will have someone who leads. And ultimately we'll send a message not only that we will protect American soil but do not take this upon freedom loving people anywhere else in the world. We need a leader with that kind of confidence. I can take on a 100,000 protesters [in union protests in Wisconsin and] I could do the same across the world.
Here in America, support for our military transcends those same differences. That wasn't always the case, but thankfully, we learned from our past transgressions. We support our men and women in uniform and we thank our veterans. Red, white, and blue runs even deeper.
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