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Here is a link to a petition that I started on Move ON .

http://petitions.moveon.org/sign/dishonorable-discharge?source=c.url&r_by=

If I can get 50 signatures, they will sent it out to another one thousand email addresses. So please take a few minutes to visit the site and if you agree with me, please sign it and send it to at least two other people.

I want this man to know that women are not powerless and we will fight back. Please join me and sign the petition. Thanks to all those that have already done so.

Here is a post that I posted in the general discussion group

but Mnemosyne suggested I post it in a women's group as well.

I hope you can take the time to read it and sign it. Thanks.





This is a post that I posted a couple of days ago that I started on Move On Petitions.

So far it has only got six signatures and that is understandable because there are so many worthy causes out there, but I would really appreciate it if any of you could find the time to to to the site and sign the petition and if possible, send it to a couple of friends to get the count higher..

It came to me as a way to deal with the rage and hatred that was consuming me after I found out that a general had thrown out the sentence of an officer that had been found guilty of raping a women in his house. The general,'s rational was that she could have gotten a ride home after the party but felt comfortable enough to spend the night as she apparently knew the hosts and the man that had assaulted her was a happily married man and a good officer.

So please, just take a minute and to to the site and sign my petition

http://petitions.moveon.org/sign/dishonorable-discharge?source=c.url&r_by=

Thank you so much.

This is a post that I posted a couple of days ago that I started on Move On Peytitions.

So far it has only got six signatures and that is understandable because there are so many worthy causes out there, but I would really appreciate it if any of you could find the time to to to the site and sign the petition and if possible, send it to a couple of friends to get the coumt.

It came to me as a way to deal with the rage and hatred I that was consuming me after I found out that a general had thrown out the sentence of an officer that had been found guilty of raping a women in his house. The general,'s rational was that she could have gotten a ride home after the party but felt comfortable enought to spend the night as she apparently knew the hosts and the man that had assulted her was a happily married man and a good officer.

So please, just take a minute and to to the site and sign my petition

http://petitions.moveon.org/sign/dishonorable-discharge?source=c.url&r_by=

Thank you so much.

I just originated a petition at http://petitions.moveon.org/create_finished.html?petition_id=43959

I was visiting their site today and they have make it really easy to start one. I have been so irritated the the outrageous behavior of the general who overturned the verdict of an officer found guilty of sexual assault, I thought I would try to add a voice to let him know that it is not over.

Here is a copy of my petition, and if just one or two people would go over there and sign it I would be so very grateful.

http://petitions.moveon.org/create_finished.html?petition_id=43959
Subject: Dishonorable Discharge for Lt. Gen. Craig Franklin.

Hi,

General Franklin's behavior is so outrageous that it boggles the mind. However, this kind of action will happen over and over unless we make people like him accountable. Enough is enough, I want this type of person out of uniform. He is not fit to wear it.

That's why I created a petition to Secretary of Defense Chuck Hagel..

Will you sign this petition? Click here:

http://petitions.moveon.org/sign/dishonorable-discharge?source=c.em.cp&r_by=1434536

Thanks!

Posted by pennylane100 | Wed Jun 5, 2013, 07:55 PM (4 replies)
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