Sabrin promises to quit if U.S. troops still in Iraq in Sept. ’10; asks Lautenberg to follow

GOP U.S. Senate candidate Murray Sabrin says he would resign by September 2010 if all combat troops are not removed from Iraq by then, and called on incumbent Frank Lautenberg to make the same promise.

“Senator Lautenberg must take his share of responsibility for not bringing the troops home. Our troops accomplished their mission and won the Iraq War by removing Saddam Hussein,” said Sabrin, a Ramapo College Professor who heads Ron Paul’s presidential campaign in New Jersey. “Americans continue to support our troops and approve going after the terrorists who attacked America on September 11th, however, Americans know we can not end another country’s Civil War.”

Sabrin said that voters sent the politicians to Washington in 2006 to bring our troops home. “These politicians have failed. They should either do their job or step aside. Every congressional and senatorial candidate who is running for office in November needs to make the Sabrin Promise,” said Sabrin.

Sabrin promises to quit if U.S. troops still in Iraq in Sept. ’10; asks Lautenberg to follow