Joe Sestak

Congressman (D-PA)

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Democratic Congressman from Pennsylvania's 7th District

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Just two sentences long, it's a " non-binding resolution ," which supports US troops in Iraq, but it goes on to say, "Congress disapproves" of President Bush's  deployment of more than…

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Just two sentences long, it's a " non-binding resolution ," which supports US troops in Iraq, but it goes on to say, "Congress disapproves" of President Bush's deployment of more than…

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