Oppose $ 850 billion in 2023 Military Spending
Overblown “defense” spending is nothing new, so it’s easy not to notice when outrageous expenditures spiral even higher.
President Biden asked Congress to allocate $813 billion for the military in FY 2023. Then the House Armed Services Committee, controlled by Democrats, chose to add another $37 to the 2023 National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA), bringing the proposed total to $850 billion.
This in a context, where Congress could not find sufficient funds for covid-related expenses this fiscal year, or the child-care and clean energy provisions of Build Back Better legislation, or for a host of other essential domestic programs.
A House vote on the NDAA is imminent
Call your member of Congress today:
Congressional Switchboard: 202-224-2131
Ask your representative to vote NO on the disgracefully inflated $850 billion National Defense Authorization Act.