This Thursday marks the 13th anniversary of the Sept. 11, 2001, terror attacks, and a U.S. senator from Illinois is worried.
Republican Mark Kirk tells reporters the U.S. should, “bomb the hell out of them.”
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“The thing I was trying to get through was these criminal empires are far in excess of what Capone would’ve ever dreamed of.”
A stroke victim himself, the Illinois Republican seeks better care for low-income sufferers.
Kirk says Republicans’ stance on fiscally conservative values will help protect Illinois from fiscal insolvency. The party comes off major losses in 2012 as well as a recent gay marriage flap.
Bernard Cherkasov says Kirk is influential among moderate Republicans, but it’s his argument itself that’s compelling.
Asked how he came to the decision to support same-sex marriage, Kirk said the country is ready for it.