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Chicago Democrat Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Fri Apr-09-04 03:02 PM
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Write to Kerry to Stop Siege of Fallouja!!
Write to your Senator or Congressmember too! Here's my letter to Kerry:

Dear Senator Kerry,

Please consider changing your position on Iraq. We need to stop fighting Iraqis! This uprising is no different than any revolt against a brutal occupation. Please criticize the brutal violence against women and children.

Please, Senator Kerry. Please lets get out of Iraq. Let's start by stopping killing patriotic Iraqis with patriotic Americans. This war has become completely senseless.

I forgive you for your vote supporting Iraq War... After all those lies they told us, I would have voted for it too! I still am shocked that Powell lied in front of the UN security council. We all see the true facts and motive behind this war. Repudiate this War! Condemn Bush's war mongering!You can see an untenable situation, I know you can. Please, become more critical of Bush's failed senseless worthless war of aggression.

You have the entire worlds hope for the future in your hands, Senator Kerry. I will give you ever dollar I can and I have faith in you.

Your faithful freind and supporter..

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montanacowboy Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Fri Apr-09-04 03:30 PM
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1. He won't do it
He is actually for continuing the war by trying to bring on board an international force -

Remember he voted to give the * a blank check - no matter how he tries to spin it or tries to quantify it in retrospect

Millions in the streets knew and tried to stop the war - why didn't the Democrats? I think that is a rhetorical question

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Chicago Democrat Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Fri Apr-09-04 03:58 PM
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2. He changes with the wind.... Changing events will change his view.
He's more of a weathervane than Clinton was. He wasn't my first choice, but the thing I like about him most (and least really) is that he seems to be able to adjust to a changing situation. See how he co-opted first Dean's anti-war retoric and then Edwards Nafta stand.

With respect to Iraq, events are going to decide things... not Bush, not the amount of troops ... Things are going to get much worse very soon. Kerry has refrained from criticising Iraq because its hasn't been too bad. Now that things are going to Hell in a hand basket. This fact alone will mean a Kerry victory.
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