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cynatnite Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Thu Sep-28-06 09:32 PM
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Torture bill should be a rallying cry from one end of the US to the other
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Do you see any in DC who voted against this quitting? Are any of them saying 'let's throw in the towel or it's over' unlike some DUer's who are doing it?

These men and women will go back to work to get this country back on track and they will be working their asses off to get the house and senate under Dem control. That's what we all should be doing rather than whining about what happened today.

The passage of this horrible bill should be a rallying cry from one end of the country to the other. Tell everyone you know what happened today. Write LTTE's, continue the calls and talk to family and friends.

This day is important not because of how much the passage hurt the US, but because this bill represents EVERYTHING the repukes stand for...stripping of habeas corpus, torture and naming whoever they want as an enemy combatant.

We lost a battle today...but the war still goes on.

:patriot:
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