President Obama is once again holding the nation's security hostage after vetoing the National Defense Authorization Act. While he hid his opposition in his stated desire to close down Guantanamo Bay, which the NDAA would keep open, his real reasons were his desire to increase non-defense spending beyond current budget caps.
This marks the fifth time in more than five decades that a president has vetoed the Pentagon spending authorization bill, though this time the reasoning is a little different. You won't believe how illogical the president's defense was.
Read his excuses on the next page.