Anti-war senate candidate defends her record on the military

Democratic Rep. Kyrsten Sinema of Arizona, who is running for retiring Senator Jeff Flake's seat, is defending her record on support of the military despite her past criticisms of the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan and her belief in a conspiracy theory about why the wars were fought. The Hill: Democratic Rep. Kyrsten Sinema (Ariz.) is defending her support for the armed forces after a CNN investigation uncovered her past criticism of the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan. The flyers, first reported by a K-File investigation, were created by a group Sinema co-founded to protest the two wars and sharply criticized the Bush administration and U.S. policy in the Middle East.  One flyer depicts a U.S. soldier as a skeleton marching against protesters. "This is not about the United States doing the right and moral thing by a toppling an evil dictator," she said during a local news interview in 2004. "This is more about the United States...(Read Full Post)
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