Inez Tenenbaum on Homeland Security

Do whatever is necessary to win the war on terror

After September 11, 2001, protecting the US from terrorism must be our number one priority. Inez Tenenbaum believes terrorism must be fought both around the globe and here at home-and she is committed to doing whatever is necessary to win the war on terror. She would make our nation safer by securing the peace in Iraq, protecting our ports, securing nuclear materials from the former Soviet Union, and giving our first responders the resources they need in the event of another terrorist attack.
Source: Campaign website, www.Inez2004.com, "On The Issues" Oct 14, 2004

I will do whatever I can to support the war on terror

Winning the war on terrorism must remain our top foreign policy priority. I will do whatever I can to support that war and our troops stationed abroad. In Iraq, we should supply our commanders with the additional troops they need. America should not bear the burdens of rebuilding Iraq alone. We should encourage NATO to participate in the rebuilding effort and transform the American force into an international force, with an American Commander
Source: League of Women Voters D-Net issue grid statement Aug 15, 2004

Supports war in Iraq, death penalty, secure homeland

She strongly supported the war in Iraq & the war on terrorism. At home, she will work to keep our communities safe. She will give our first responders more resources to meet their new responsibilities, fight to keep South Carolina's military bases open, and increase support for the state's active and retired military personnel. A supporter of the death penalty, Tenenbaum has won the endorsement of policemen for her tough stance on crime.
Source: Campaign website, www.inez2004.com Jul 20, 2004

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