Mike Bouchard on Homeland Security
BOUCHARD: We need to keep our state safe. We canít give up basic rights to stay safe. I have very big differences than her. Iím a member of the joint terrorism task force with the FBI - what can I do personally to mitigate and respond to the need. Thereís a list of things that they need to do and fix.
STABENOW: Iím a member of the Banking Committee that tracks money of terrorists. There is a critical balance between what it takes to stay safe and keep our rights. Iím proud of having the Detroit Regional Chamberís endorsement because of protecting businesses in Michigan. Iím championing an effort with Congressional colleagues to protect our middle class way of life.
STABENOW: we need to push and pass the 9/11 Report. Iíve lead the effort to fight for those things that allow our firefighters and police what they need to do their job and keep us safe. We have tripled the number of border security. Iíve brought in dollars for sheriffs across the state, including Mike.
BOUCHARD: Thatís just more talk-versus-reality in Washington. I sit on Committee that represents law enforcement - sheís never visited. We need someone who understands security. Security funding has turned into pork barrel spending. They are well intentioned, but no results. If you donít fix a problem - people die.
Skycops utilizes trained law enforcement officers who fly our skies every day for work and personal business to leverage the overextended resources of the Federal Air Marshal Program. My plan calls for a standardized hands-on training class for all personnel who are certified to fly with a firearm.
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