Senator Portman Confronted On NDAA Special Interest Money

Via WeAreChange

Luke Rudkowski of WeAreChange confronts Senator Robert Portman (R-OH) on the quarter million he received from special interest to support the National Defense Authorization Act, or NDAA.

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5 Comments on "Senator Portman Confronted On NDAA Special Interest Money"

  1.  You’ve got to admire Luke’s gall.

    I like the video where he’s confronting and (apparently annoying) some “bigwigs” and one of them says something like “You’ve got some stones, kid.”

    I have to agree.

  2. MoneyBuysSouls | Jun 21, 2012 at 1:22 am |

    It’s pretty obvious the senator has no clue how to answer the question posed to him. Proving that the political process is broken, money buys votes. 

  3.  This is his best confrontation since Cass Sunstein no unrelated question about Bilderberg and hearsay about ROmney being there which will always be met with nothing but questions about bills they have actually passed/supported GOOD WORK

  4. Lukredowski? Is that his name?  That was a total fail on his part, well not complete fail because he did get to interview him.  However, just saying NDAA is not specific enough.  s.1021 & s.1022 is what he should of asked about.    I support the NDAA but I DO NOT support 1021 & 1022.  The NDAA is the paychecks for the enlisted men and women among other things. I support paying them.   To attach these two sections was chickenshit and the way of the politician.   1021&1022 has been and is being challenged.  In NY (of all places) those two have been ruled not valid. Not sure of the specific wording?

    Come prepared next time Luke.  

    • Maybe you could post your interview with Senator Portman (or any other Senator you’ve interviewed) so that we can see how it should be done?

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